Rick Ufford-Chase, born in York, Pennsylvania, is a peace activist and long-time member of the Southside Presbyterian Church in Tucson, Arizona. He was elected Moderator of the General Assembly of the 216th General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church (USA) on June 26, 2004. Ufford-Chase was 40 years old at the time, the youngest PC (USA) moderator in recent history. Ufford-Chase was the first Presbyterian Church (USA) moderator to serve for two years. Previous moderators served one-year terms.
David Critcherson Miller (March 9, 1917 – March 27, 1997) was an American physician and epidemiologist who attended to Albert Schweitzer until the humanitarian's death and later devoted his life to famine and medical relief efforts together with his wife, who was Schweitzer's only child.
George Ashmore Fitch (1883–1979) was an American Protestant missionary in China, the Young Men's Christian Association, Nanking Safety Zone International Committee Administrative Director, and the grandfather of politician George B. Fitch.
Judith Ann Mayotte (born January 25, 1937) is an American humanitarian, author, theologian, producer, former Catholic Religious Sister, ethicist, and university professor.
Ellsworth Culver was an American humanitarian and aid worker and co-founder of Mercy Corps International.
Ly Thai Hung is the current general secretary of the Vietnam Reform Party. He was elected in September 2006 at the 6th Party Congress.
Bertha Elizabeth (Wikoff) Berry (1876–1954) was a nurse and the founder of the Berry Hospital in Ekalaka, Montana.
Robert Dexter was the founder of the Unitarian Service Committee (later the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee), which during World War II worked in the rescue and assistance of Jewish refugees and the victims of Nazism in Europe.
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