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Walter Miller, a printer, was an early convert to the Seventh-day Adventist (SDA) faith in Melbourne, Australia.
Milton Lee, best remembered as the American missionary who could speak the Chinese Mandarin language with a perfect accent, was an evangelist, radio broadcaster, and author of Chinese Voice of Prophecy lessons. He and his wife, Helen Lee, devoted over fifty years of untiring service to the Chinese people in mainland China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Southeast Asia, not only when they were in active church employment but even during their retirement years.
William Prismall was a founding member of the Melbourne Seventh-day Adventist Church and was influential in the breakfast cereal industry.
W. H. Heckman was president of six conferences and two union conferences in the United States during more than 30 years of administrative leadership.
William Lawrence Murrill was a church planter, pastor, educator, administrator, treasurer, missionary, missiologist, and philantrophist.
Eric Hon served the Seventh-day Adventist church as a pastor, church administrator and health educator for over 40 year. Hazel Hon, wife of Eric served with her husband but also in her own right as an author and health educator.
Charles Tinworth was an Adventist missionary and Sanitarium Health Food (SHF) Company Manager.
Frank and Jean Gifford served the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the Australasian and North American Divisions.
William Gifford was a manufacturer in the New England shipping industry whose life was remarkable both for its longevity and for prioritizing radical causes such as abolitionism and Adventism over business success.
William Hunt was the first known American Seventh-day Adventist to come to South Africa.
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