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Klaas Tilstra, an Adventist administrator and missionary, was born in 1897 in the Dutch province of Friesland (Frisia).

Klaas Tilstra served as pastor, evangelist, and conference and union president in Indonesia, as union president in the Netherlands, and as educator and builder in New Guinea.

Tin Tun Shin was a leader of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Myanmar.

Charles Tinworth was an Adventist missionary and Sanitarium Health Food (SHF) Company Manager.

​Tobias Tobiassen became an Adventist in his 40s when he began his preaching ministry. He was one of the most successful Seventh-day Adventist preachers in Denmark and Norway of his time, and later also added administrative responsibilities to his service for the church. Many were led to the Savior through his ministry.

​Athal Tolhurst was born in Tonga of missionary parents. He was a pastor, evangelist and administrator who was for a time a Union President, Secretary of the South Pacific Division and Under-Secretary of the General Conference. He was married to Linley (Willis), and together they served the Seventh-day Adventist (SDA) Church for 45 years.

Tonga was a charter member and deacon of the Titikaveka church, Cook Islands.

Aaron Moiben Too was a pioneer Adventist evangelist and pastor in Northern Nandi in Western Kenya. Aaron Moiben araap Too was born in 1898 to the Kapcheptuigong family in northern Nandi.

Job Kibirgen Too was a pioneer Nandi evangelist and gospel worker who zealously planted Adventist churches and schools in Nandi and beyond.

Pioneer Seventh-day Adventist missionary V. E. Toppenberg worked 43 years in the countries of Tanganyika, Ethiopia, Uganda, and Eritrea.

Theodore Racine Torkelson was a church administrator, writer and editor who served the Adventist Church in the Southern Asia Division and at the Pacific Press.

​Ollie Oberholtzer Tornblad was a physician, Bible instructor, writer, motivator for young people, and a missionary to Burma.

Chester Lozere Torrey served the Seventh-day Adventist Church as editor and secretary-treasurer of the Southern Asia, Far Eastern, and Inter-American Divisions, and as treasurer of the General Conference.

Evelyn Totenhofer was known affectionately as Nurse Totenhofer. She served as a nurse at the time of the establishment of the Batuna Mission Station in the Solomon Islands, and then for thirty years as the nurse for Pitcairn Island.

​Nelson and Sadie Town were North American missionaries who served in the United States, Scotland, England, and South America, pioneering work in the areas of publications and education and participating in church administration.

​Max and Eunice Townend spent three years as missionaries to India. They subsequently served in the Australasian Division, based in Australia, and the Far Eastern Division, based in Singapore.

Walter Austin Townend was a Seventh-day Adventist pastor, author, teacher and administrator from New Zealand who had broad influence in the South Pacific Division.

David M. Traill is believed to have been the first Seventh-day Adventist person on the island of Puerto Rico because he had been sent by the U.S. Army as a military medic before Pastor Albert M. Fischer was sent by the Adventist Church as a missionary. Traill became interested in sharing the Adventist gospel in this unentered field.

Humberto Raúl Treiyer had extensive professional and academic experience and served in pastoral service, in academic administration, and in teaching.