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Ignacio Kalbermatter was part of the first group of Adventists in Uruguay. He served as pastor in Paraguay, Bolivia, Peru, and Argentina.

​Pedro Kalbermatter was a canvasser, nurse, and pastor in Argentina and Peru. He served as a missionary for nearly two decades among the indigenous population of the Peruvian highlands.

Romualdo Kalbermatter was a descendant of one of the first Adventist families in Argentina, administrator of medical institutions in Church fields, and pioneer of an Adventist Sanitarium in the north of Argentina.

​Born in Japan, Tossaku Kanada was a pastor, evangelist, and teacher in South America.

Emílio Keppke was a secretary and professor who served in Brazil for many years.

​Otto Keppke was a canvasser, treasurer, editor, and translator in Brazil.

Naor Klein’s 40-year ministry to the Adventist Church in Brazil was very important in the administrative and pastoral areas.

Paul Krämer has an historical importance for the SDA Church in Brazil due to his involvement in the early administration of the Curitiba International School, which was the first school founded by Adventists in Brazil.

​Carlos Enrique Krieghoff was one of the first pastors in Chile, and a missionary and administrator in Chile, Argentina, and Uruguay.

Maria Kudzielicz was an Adventist nursing pioneer and first director of the Adventist nursing school in Brazil.

Siegfried Kümpel was a German pastor, accountant, and teacher in South America.

​Waldomiro Victor Kümpel was an influent member of the Adventist Church in Ijuí and the grandson of Adventist pioneers in Brazil. He was born on January 11, 1931 in Carazinho, state of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil, to João Kümpel (b. July 1, 1890 – d. October 10, 1958) and Martha Nowack Kümpel (b. April 11, 1894 – d. November 16, 1948).

​Manuel Lacunza was an eighteenth-century Chilean Catholic theologian now remembered for his influential study of eschatological prophecy, La Venida del Mesías en Gloria y Majestad (The Coming of Messiah in Glory and Majesty). Many regard his views as a precursor of some fundamental Adventist beliefs, including Christ’s literal and imminent Second Coming.

​Lake Titicaca Mission (Misión Del Lago Titicaca or MLT) is an administrative unit of the Seventh-day Adventist Church within the territory of South Peru Union Mission (Unión Peruana del Sur or UPS). It is headquartered on 115 Jirón Lima, Zip Code 21001, in the Miraflores neighborhood in the city of Puno, Puno province, Puno department, Republic of Peru.

​Latin American Adventist Theological Seminary (Seminário Adventista Latino-Americano de Teologia, SALT) is a Seventh-day Adventist Church institution responsible for the theological education in the territory of the South American Division. SALT comprises eight regional campuses. One of them operates in the territory of the North Brazil Union Mission and is known as SALT-FAAMA because it is located in the Faculdade Adventista da Amazônia (FAAMA) (Amazonia Adventist College) in the city of Belém, Pará, Brazil.

​Latin American Adventist Theological Seminary (Seminário Adventista Latino-Americano de Teologia, SALT) is a Seventh-day Adventist Church institution responsible for the theological education in the territory of the South American Division. SALT comprises eight regional campuses. One of them operates in the territory of the East Brazil Union Mission and is known as SALT-FADBA because it is located at Faculdade Adventista da Bahia (FADBA) in the city of Cachoeira, the state of Bahia, Brazil.

​Latin American Adventist Theological Seminary (Seminário Adventista Latino-Americano de Teologia, SALT) is a Seventh-day Adventist Church institution responsible for the theological education in the South American Division. SALT comprises eight regional campuses. One of them operates in the territory of the South Brazil Union Conference and is known as SALT-IAP because it is located at Parana Adventist College (Instituto Adventista Paranaense, IAP) in the countryside of the municipality of Ivatuba, Paraná, Brazil.