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Juanito Rivera Obregon was an Adventist teacher, pastor, writer, translator, and church administrator in the Philippines.

Julián Ocampo, regarded as the first Adventist pastor in Chile, was previously a tinsmith of Methodist confession who accepted Adventism in the north of the country.

​Daniel Adam Ochs was a teacher, chaplain, pastor, author, principal, General Conference youth leader and union conference president.

​Robert Leo Odom was a United States Navy sailor, an evangelist, pastor, researcher, writer, and editor.

Alfred R. Ogden served for nearly fifty years as a pastor and president of conferences and union conferences in the United States and Latin America.

​Daudi Inda Ogillo was a Tanzanian teacher, pastor, and pioneer missionary to Sudan.

Ogun Conference of Seventh-day Adventists was organized in 2013 and is part of Western Nigeria Union Conference in the West-Central Africa Division.

The Ohio Conference is an administrative unit of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the Columbia Union Conference.

Bruno Ohme was a pastor, missionary, teacher and administrator in Germany, Tanzania and Indonesia.

Teruhiko Okohira was one of the earliest Japanese Seventh-day Adventists, translator, teacher, pastor, administrator, and editor.

​Lui Oli was a pioneering Papuan pastor and leader. He was the first Papuan to be the president of the Central Papuan Mission and the first of his countrymen to be a member of the Australasian Division executive committee.

​Edmir de Oliveira, teacher and administrator, was born on November 18, 1936, in the city of Nova Aliança, state of São Paulo, Brazil. Son of Cristina Maria Meula and Edgard de Oliveira, a skilled tailor, they had eight siblings: Edval, Edvanei, Edna, Ednice, Edmeia, Edgar, Ednilson and Francis. He was baptized into the Adventist faith when he was 12 years old, on November 13, 1948, in the city of Valparaíso, state of São Paulo.

​Enoch de Oliveira was a pastor, teacher, administrator, writer, and evangelist from Paraná, Brazil.

​Geraldo Gomes de Oliveira was a canvasser, evangelist, pastor, and teacher in South America.

Gideon de Oliveira was a physician, theologian, teacher and lecturer in Brazil.

​Manoel Rosa de Oliveira was a pastor, evangelist, canvasser, and teacher from Brazil.

​Modesto Marques de Oliveira was a teacher, pastor, and administrator in Brazil. Modesto was raised in an Adventist home.