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Otto Uebersax served in the Seventh-day Adventist pastoral ministry in Germany, Switzerland, Austria, and Israel.

Carl Ulrich, an Adventist minister, held a number of significant managerial and leadership positions within the denomination in Australia over a timespan of almost forty years.

​Laura Louisa Lee Ulrich Smith was a nurse, educator, and promoter of the Adventist health message and lifestyle.

​T. Edgar Unruh, an educator and conference president, played a critical role in facilitating historic consultations between Seventh-day Adventist and American evangelical leaders during the 1950s.

​Walter Charles Utt, influential Adventist historian, taught for thirty-four years at Pacific Union College (PUC) and chaired the department of history and social studies for all but three of those years.

​Stuart Uttley worked in his early years of ministry in public evangelism, and the later years in local conference and union conference administration.

Jacob Van de Groep was a pioneering literature evangelist Southeast Asia. He also worked in Australia for a short time.

Elam Van Deusen was a pioneering Adventist minister who, with his missionary wife, Mary, and young daughter, labored in the eastern Caribbean from the mid-1890s into the first two decades of the 20th century.

George Jacob Van Druten was one of the first South Africans who came to know about the Seventh-day Adventist Church through William Hunt.

Clifton Garfield van Putten (known also as “C. G. van Putten”) worked continuously in the Caribbean Union Conference’s territory for over 40 years as a missionary, evangelist, pastor, and administrator. He continued contributing to the church after retiring from active service.

Emmett Kaiser Vande Vere was a historian, author, educational administrator, history professor, historical consultant to university presidents, and promoter of the narrative interpretation of Adventist history.

George Vandeman was an ordained Adventist minister, founder of the It Is Written telecast, and its lead speaker for thirty-four years.

As an evangelist, Bible teacher, administrator, and editor, Axel Varmer played a key role in leading people to Christ, training young people, and building up the Seventh-day Adventist church in Denmark. His book, I Skyggen af Store Begivenheder (In the Shadow of Great Events), was widely sold during the World War II years and was instrumental in preparing the way for evangelism in many communities. In his later years he served the church at division level and as a missionary in Africa.

​Curtis and Esther Varney, missionaries for 14 years in South America, served the church in financial administration and other office capacities, and then engaged in an evangelism-oriented medical practice after returning to the United States.

Anton Vasilievich Vasyukovich was a Seventh-day Adventist evangelist and martyr.

​Pastor Dudley Vaughan was distinguished as a pioneer worker among Aboriginal people in Western Australia for the Seventh-day Adventist Church.

Kenneth Granville Vaz was a distinguished Jamaican church leader, pastor, evangelist, educator, and scholar.

​Daniel E. Venden, pastor, teacher, singing evangelist, and conference president, was widely known for his dedication and effectiveness as a Seventh-day Adventist administrator and evangelist.