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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.
Luiz Braun, pastor and evangelist, was born in 1878 in the city of Duesseldorf, in the state of North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany.
Lionel Brooking, English Adventist nurse, canvasser, teacher, was one of the first converts and missionaries in Argentina.
John Lewis Brown was an Adventist pastor, missionary in three continents, pioneer in El Salvador and the Amazon region of Brazil, diffuser of Adventist publications and church administrator.
Galdino Nunes Vieira was a physician, administrator, and writer in Brazil.
Jean Vuilleumier was a pastor, evangelist, editor, and professor from Switzerland who served as a missionary in the United States, Canada, Argentina, Uruguay, and France.
Ricardo Olmserved as a Bible instructor, teacher, and missionary in South America.
Luis Antonio Rojas Ayala was a pioneering pastor, public evangelist, and administrator in Argentina, Paraguay and Chile.
Konrad F. and Erna Mueller served as missionaries and teachers. Konrad served as a pastor and evangelist in the Seventh-day Adventist Church on different continents and in difficult times.
Max-Israel Munk was a Seventh-day Adventist of Jewish descent and a survivor of the holocaust.
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