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José Bellesi Filho, pastor and administrator, was born February 12, 1921, in the city of Fernando Prestes, state of São Paulo, Brazil.

​Oliver S. Beltz was among the most influential musicians in the Seventh-day Adventist Church during the twentieth century.

Guilherme Belz (Wilhelm, in German), one of the first converts to Adventism in Brazil, was born in 1835 in the province of Pomerania, currently belonging to Germany.

Rodolpho Wagner Belz was a pastor, evangelist, teacher, and church administrator.

Urbanus Bender was a minister, conference president, and educator in the United States, the West Indies, and Africa.

Bernard Wilfred Benn dedicated more than fifty years of his life to Christian education as a teacher, principal, professor, department chair, and college president.

​Harry Benson served for over 35 years as a minister and missionary teacher in Japan and Korea. He was the longest serving expatriate missionary in the Far Eastern Division during the pre-Second World War years.

Isaac Ackah Benson was an Adventist minister and the first Ghanaian national personal ministry director.

​Roy Benton served the church in several leadership capacities, including nearly 20 years in the Southwestern Union Conference as a local conference president and then president of the union.

​LeRoy Arthur Benzinger, Jr. was a teacher, educator, missionary, and school manager and administrator.

Henrique Berg was a pastor, missionary, and administrator in South America.

Albert Berger, canvasser and missionary, was born in Gutenberg, Germany, on November 5, 1865.

Theophilo is considered one of the Seventh-day Adventist pioneers in the Brazilian states of Pernambuco and Bahia.

​William H. Bergherm was an Adventist evangelist, pastor, and administrator. He was the second Adventist minister to become a commissioned chaplain in the United States Army during World War II.

Esther Bergman was a leading medical missionary nurse and educator in the United States and in Ethiopia, where she made a critical contribution to the early development of Adventist mission.

Adolpho Bergold, administrator, was born May 10, 1899, in the city of Indaial, state of Santa Catarina, Brazil.

​Edgard Ernesto Bergold, pastor and administrator, was born on October 19, 1932, in Taquara in the state of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil. The son of Hugo Bergold and Maria Rocher Bergold, Edgard had two older siblings, Hary and Edith, and the youngest one, Lily Elsa.

Ernesto Alberto Bergold was one of the first Adventist missionaries to work with indigenous people in Brazil. He contributed also to the consolidation of the Brazil Food Factory.

​Missionary, physiotherapist, and nurse, Hanna Bergström served in Dogba and Koza, Northern Cameroon, between 1931 and 1953, together with her husband Ruben Bergström.