Gundy, George (1880-1951)
George Gundy, a leader in the Central (Illinois) Conference, was born at Carlock, Illinois in 1880, son of Jacob Gundy and Lena Kinsinger, and married Clara Strubhar in 1904, with whom he had three sons. He was ordained minister on 4 October 1909, and served two pastorates: Congerville, Illinois, 1909-25, and Meadows, Illinois, 1925-51. He served as superintendent of the Meadows Old People's Home many years until 1945. He was president of the Central Conference Ministerial Association 1911-26, and member of the conference mission board and of the Congo Inland Mission Board. He died 16 September 1951.
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