White, Duncan, 1929-1999

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White, Duncan, 1929-1999

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1929-1999

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Duncan White (1929-1999) was a United Church Minister. He received his Bachelor of Divinity from Victoria University and his Masters in Theology from the University of Glasglow, Scotland. He served in Clune Park and Port Glasgow churches in Scotland; Trinity United Church in Newmarket and was field secretary of the Board of Christian Education of Bay of Quinte before leaving for New Zealand to take up the post of National Director of Christian Education of the Presbyterian Church in New Zealand. On his return to Canada, he ministered at First United Church in Galt (Cambridge) and Port Hope United Church.

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