WHITE, ROY IRVEN, 1901-1992


Writer, clergyman. Born– November 23, 1901, in Winamac, Ind. Parents– William E. and Nancy Elizabeth (Yost) White. Married– Ruth E. Wine, June 7, 1924. Children– Two. Education– Manchester College, B.A., 1927; Bethany Biblical Seminary, B.D.; Northwestern University, M.A. Worked at Chicago Transit Authority, 1927-1960. Minister, Douglas Park Church of the Brethren, Chicago, 1936-1945; pastor, Churches of the Brethren, Bristol, Tenn., 1960-1962; Spindale, N.C, 1962-1965; Frostburg, Md., 1965-1968. Retired to Citronelle, Ala., 1968. Moderator of his denomination, 1964-1965, 1972-1973; president of Citronelle Kiwanians, three years; president ministerial associations, Maryland and Alabama, five years. Published nine novelettes; thirty short stories; column “Top of the Morning”, ten years. Died January 18, 1992.


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Stormy Crossing. Elgin, Ill.; Brethren Press, 1963.

Venturing South. Elgin, Ill.; Brethren Press 1958.