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Alexander John Campbell (known as Alex) was a pioneer missionary to the Solomon Islands and the Highlands of New Guinea.

​Malcolm Neal Campbell was an early Adventist pioneer who served in North America and the British Union Conference. He served as General Conference secretary; division, union, and conference president; and a district pastor.

Samuel Arthur Campbell was an American naturalist whose lectures, films, and children’s books were made popular among Adventists when the Missionary Volunteer Reading Course promoted them in the 1940s and 1950s.

​Alcides Campolongo was a pastor, evangelist, professor, TV and Radio presenter, and writer from Brazil.

Avelino S. Canlas was a gifted translator evangelist, director, and administrator, and he was the 10th president of the Central Luzon Mission.

Paddy Cannon was the first indigenous Australian to be ordained as a local church elder.

​William John Cannon was a pastor, evangelist, professor, psychologist, author, and founder of the first psychology degree program in Seventh-day Adventist higher education.

​Elmer Howard Capman was an Adventist pastor and administrator in the United States and the Philippines.

​Eugenio Antigua Capobres was a pastor and church administrator in the Philippines.

Ron Carey served the Church for nearly 50 years in various capacities, including as a missionary, publisher, administrator, and denominational leader.

David Emmanuel Carlsson was a pastor, youth leader, conference president, Bible teacher, and author.

Carl Oskar Carlsson was an evangelist and educator in Sweden.

​Addison S. Carmichael was a pioneer Adventist medical missionary to Africa.

Dr. Edgar Caro, a gifted doctor, was the medical superintendent of the Sydney Medical and Surgical Sanitarium of Summer Hill in Australia from 1898 to 1901.

Margaret Caro was the first registered woman dentist in New Zealand and supported the work of the Seventh-day Adventist Church by assisting with the program at the New Zealand Training School and serving as a Bible worker.

Harold and Clara Carr, along with Calvin and Myrtle Parker, were the first Australian Seventh-day Adventist (SDA) missionaries to the New Hebrides (now Vanuatu).

Septimus and Edith Carr commenced the first Seventh-day Adventist training school in Fiji and were the first Seventh-day Adventist missionaries in New Guinea.

​Arthur Asa Grandvile Carscallen was the first Seventh-day Adventist missionary to Kenya. He was also a missionary to British Guiana.

William Robert Carswell, teacher and translator for the Maori, was born in Wellington, New Zealand on May 17, 1863 into what became a sheep farming family after it relocated to the Hawkes Bay region of North New Zealand.