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​Durval Stockler de Lima was a pastor, administrator, editor, translator, and writer from Brazil.

João Stinglin Linhares was a pastor, teacher, and lecturer from Brazil.

Johannes Rudolph Berthold Lipke (known as John Lipke) was a canvasser, evangelist, teacher, medical doctor, and one of the pioneers of the Adventist Church in Brazil.

​Manuel Margarido was a pastor and canvasser from Portugal. He lived and served in Brazil.

​Ernesto Marquart was a pastor and missionary evangelist from Brazil.

​Geraldo Roberto Marski was a Russian (Latvian) pastor and teacher in Brazil.

​Altino Venâncio Martins was a pastor, teacher, and administrator from Brazil.

​Admir Josafá Arrais de Matos was a teacher, scientist, writer, and lecturer in Brazil.

​Aracely da Silveira Mello was a pastor and writer in Brazil who was born October 26, 1905, in the city of Cachoeira do Sul, state of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil.

​João Darcy Menegusso, entrepreneur and philanthropist, was born on March 4, 1930, in the city of Curitiba, state of Paraná, Brazil.

​Moysés Salim Nigriwas served as a pastor, administrator, and the first Latin American to be a vice-president of the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists.

Antônio Nogueira, Jr., was a pastor, missionary, and canvasser in Brazil.

​Lapim Teixeira Nunes, pastor and canvasser, was born on September 5, 1920 in Pitangueiras, state of São Paulo, Brazil.

​Luiz Nunes, pastor, evangelist and teacher, was born on October 10, 1941 in Rio de Janeiro city, Brazil. Son of Tibúrcio Nunes (1916-1986) and Otelina de Mello Nunes (1916-1986), he had six siblings: Maria Lígia, Guilherme, Jorge, Sergio, Fernando Augusto (who died early), and Fernando de Mello Nunes.

​Renato Emir Oberg was a pastor, teacher, translator, and historian from Brazil.