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Sieck, Louis John

(March 11, 1884–October 14, 1952). Son of H. Sieck*; b. Erie, Pennsylvania; educ. Conc. Coll., Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and Conc. Sem., St. Louis, Missouri; asst. to F. Pfotenhauer, Hamburg, Minnesota, 1904. Asst. Zion Luth. Ch., St. Louis, Missouri; pastor 1914–43. Teacher, pub. speaking, Walther Coll., St. Louis, 1909–10. Pres. Conc. Sem., St. Louis, 1943–52. Mem. Bd. of Dirs., Valparaiso (Indiana) U., 11 yrs. Pres. The Luth. Publicity Organization of St. Louis (organized January 14, 1917); pres. St. Louis City Miss. Soc. (see also Herzberger, Frederick William); charter mem. Conc. Hist. Institute. Coauthor The Glory of Golgotha.

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