|Birth: ||Mar. 26, 1906|
|Death: ||Jun. 18, 1956|
New York, USA
Founder of the Navigators, a ministry to Soldiers and Sailors during World War II. The ministry expanded in many areas. The program of discipleship he founded became the basis for the literature distributed during The Billy Graham Crusades.
Born to Charles Earle Trotman and Adelaide Rowland Trotman. His father was born in India, the son of an English Military officer.
He Married Lila Clayton Trotman, born in Tennessee. They were married July 3, 1932. He had an older sister Mildred and a younger brother Rowland. Rowland died in December 1936.
The Ministry of the Navigators is world wide with its headquarters in Glen Eyrie, Colorado Springs, Colorado.
Dawson Trotman died as he lived, saving a young girl from drowning.
Source: Daws: A Man who Trusted God.
Lila Clayton Trotman (1913 - 2004)
Dawson and Lila had a passion to know Christ and make Him known - and to help generations of others do the same through the world wide Ministry of The Navigators. The Navigators which began in their home and continues to this day.
Note: Dawson is buried on a bluff overlook the Glen Eryie conference Center
El Paso County
Created by: Robert C. Peurifoy
Record added: Aug 20, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 40896506