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Clair A. Nowlen, North American Adventist canvasser, served as a pioneer missionary in Central and South America.
Enrique Balada was an Adventist minister born in Spain and one of the first Adventists in the republic of Chile. He made extensive mission trips and did evangelizing work in Argentina, Chile, Bolivia and Peru.
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).
Arno Schwantes was a professor and administrator in Brazil.
Central Tabasco Conference is part of Southeast Mexican Union Mission, which in turn is part of Inter-American Division of the Seventh-day Adventists.
Lillian and Orley Ford devoted their entire adult lives to mission service in South America and Central America.
Born on the high western plateau of Guatemala, Albino Ixcot Ordoñez was one of the most outstanding pioneers of the Adventist work in Guatemala. He traveled to and worked in many places throughout the country in his passion to share the message of the second coming of Jesus with other people, regardless of their language, beliefs, or race.
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