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​Nelson Schwantes, pastor, administrator, and evangelist was born on January 8, 1903, in the city of Cachoeira do Sul, state of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil.

​Siegfried Júlio Schwantes was a pastor, professor, archaeologist, and writer from Brazil. As a theology and sciences professor, he taught in ten institutions across five continents. He worked in Brazil, Perú, United States, Lebanon, France, Espanha, Mexico, Australia, and Rwanda.

​Sergipe Mission is an administrative unit of the Seventh-day Adventist Church located in the territory of the East Brazil Union Mission. Its headquarters is in Aracaju, the capital of the state of Sergipe, Brazil.

​Reid Sears Shepard served as an educator, administrator, and missionary in Peru and Bolivia, mission territories of the South American Division.

​August R. Sherman was an Adventist pastor and missionary who worked for many years in South America and Central America, where he was a tireless worker and an advocate of the work of publications and the mission of the church.

Kiyotaka Shirai was a pastor, photographic reporter, and pioneer producer of the Adventist radio/TV programs in the Japanese language.

​José Maria Barbosa Silva was a pastor, teacher, and youth leader in Brazil.

Ajax Walter César Silveira was a physician, organizer and cofounder of drug/alcohol rehabilitation clinics, promoter of the “Quit Smoking 5-Day Plan,” and health field editor.

​Silvestre Adventist Hospital (Hospital Adventista Silvestre or HAS) is a medical missionary institution of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Brazil. HAS was the first private hospital in the city of Rio de Janeiro.

Albertina Rodrigues da Silva Simon was a public-school teacher, a translator, a reviewer, and the first Brazilian teacher at the Brazilian Adventist Seminary (UNASP-SP).

Francisco Nunes Siqueira was a pastor, educator, and administrator from Brazil.

​Elwin Snyder was a missionary in Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay, Paraguay, and Cuba with his wife, Jane Ketring, and was one of the first canvassers sent from the United States to South America.

​Haroldo Moreira Soldani was a pastor, canvasser and missionary from Brazil.

The South American Division (SAD) is one of the 13 administrative divisions of the Seventh-day Adventist Church that comprise and at the same time represent this denomination in the world.