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Rev Meyer Tan-Ditter
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Birth: Oct. 26, 1896
London
Greater London, England
Death: Aug. 26, 1962

Suddenly Called to Be With Christ

Meyer Tan-Ditter, one of our faithful home missionary to the Jews, died suddenly of a heart attack on Sunday afternoon, August 26. He was 65 years old. He had not been ill previous to his death.

Brother Tan-Ditter and his wife Alice spent the past nine years preaching Christ among Jews on the West Coast. A recent letter to the Home Missions Department from the Tan-Ditters' home in Hollywood, Calif., reported that five souls, including a Jewish couple, were saved in July.

Prior to his ordination in 1924, Meyer Tan-Ditter attended two Bible schools and was graduated from both. He was a native of London, England.

A Jew by birth, Meyer Tan-Ditter accepted Jesus Christ as his personal Saviour in his youth and dedicated his life to preaching the glorious gospel of the Son of God. For many years he conducted evangelistic campaigns in Assemblies of God churches. In recent years his burden for lost souls was so heavy that he worked diligently in personal ministry, going from door to door and from office to office to speak to friends and neighbors about the salvation of their souls.

(The Pentecostal Evangel, 30 Sep 1962).
 
 
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  Alice Laura French Tan-Ditter (1898 - 1975)
 
Burial:
Worcester County Memorial Park
Paxton
Worcester County
Massachusetts, USA
 
Created by: Ryan
Record added: Apr 16, 2010
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Rev Meyer Tan-Ditter
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Rev Meyer Tan-Ditter
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Thank you for your ministry at Russellville First Assembly (1927-1928).
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