Stanley Llewellyn Osborne
OSBORNE, Stanley Llewellyn. b. Clarke Township on a farm near Bowmanville, close to Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 6 Jan 1907; d. 7 Dec 2000, Oshawa, Ontario. He graduated (BA 1929, BD 1932) from Victoria University, Toronto. After ordination in The United Church of Canada in 1932, he served as minister in Alberta at Paradise Valley, and in Ontario at Core Hill, Hay Bay, Timothy Eaton Memorial Church in Toronto, and First United Church in Port Credit. In 1948, he became principal of Ontario Ladies’ College in Whitby where he taught music and German. In 1965 he became secretary of the joint committee that prepared HB71. At the University of Toronto he completed his MusB in 1936 and his MusD in...
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