Ewald J. Bash

BASH, Ewald Joseph (Joe). b. Portland, Indiana, 4 November 1924; d. Minneapolis, Minnesota, 17 July 1994. Bash graduated from Trinity Lutheran Seminary in Columbus, Ohio (1948), and served Lutheran parishes in New Lexington and Eagleport, Ohio (1948-53), and Cleveland, Ohio (1953-56). After being a campus pastor at Ohio State University (1956-60), he was appointed Associate Youth Director of the American Lutheran Church. Later he taught extension courses for Augsburg and other schools in the Twin Cities, and served as director of the Center for Communication and Development in Minneapolis , in which capacity he founded KMOJ, the first Black radio station in Minnesota. Bash was active in the...

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