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MANNING, Herbert E.
MANNING, Herbert E. (Unknown--Santa Monica, CA, May 1, 1968). Manning did undergraduate work at the University of Arizona. He earned his M.Div. degree and then studied for a year at New College of the University of Edinburgh (Scotland). He returned to the UNIVERSITY OF DUBUQUE in 1948 to serve as the dean of students. He became assistant to the president in 1949. (1)
In 1950 he accepted a call to the First Presbyterian Church at Kirksville, Missouri. The church was the leading one in the Kirksville Presbytery which served northeastern Missouri. (2) He later held pastorates in Lost Nation, Iowa and Phoenix, Arizona. From 1965 until his death, he was an area counselor in Southern California for the Fifty Million Fund of the United Presbyterian Church. (3)
1. Rev. Manning to Leave UD," Telegraph-Herald, June 21, 1950, p. 6
3. Obituary, Telegraph-Herald, May 15, 1968,