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Dr John W Kincheloe Jr

Dr John W Kincheloe Jr

Passed: November 27, 2006

Dr John W Kincheloe Jr

Passed: November 27, 2006

Obituary

Dr. John W. Kincheloe, Jr. Died In Richmond, Virginia At The Age Of 100 On Monday, November 27, 2006. Son Of A Baptist Minister, And A Native Of Crewe, Va, He Was The Oldest Of Four Brothers. His Early Education Was In Richmond And At Rocky Mount, Nc. His College Education Was At The University Of Richmond, Where He Graduated With A Bachelor Of Arts Degree And Was President Of The Class Of 1928. He Was A Member Of The Honorary Fraternity Omicron Delta Kappa, And In 1981 Was President Of The Board Of Directors Of The Frederic W. Boatwright Society Of Alumni. After Graduating From College, And After A Brief Pastorate At Matoaca, Va, He Enrolled As A Student At The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary In Louisville Where He Received The Th. M. Degree And Later The Ph. D. Degree In Religious Education. During His Seminary Years, Dr. Kincheloe Served Several Rural Pastorates In Western Kentucky. He Went On To Pastor Seven Churches In Virginia And North Carolina, Including Main Street And Calvary Baptist Churches In Emporia, First Baptist Church In North Wilkesboro, First Baptist In Norfolk, Hayes Barton In Raleigh, And Branchs Baptist Church In Richmond. At Branchs He Was Honored As Pastor Emeritus. After Retirement In 1971, He Served For Eight Years As Interim Pastor At Mount Hermon Church In Caroline County. Dr. Kincheloe Held Numerous Denominational Positions, Including Chairman Of The Board Of Directors, Biblical Recorder, Nc Baptist Paper; Trustee, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary; Trustee, Fork Union Military Academy; President, Virginia Baptist Pastors Conference; And Member Of The Southern Baptist Foreign Mission Board. Dr. Kincheloe Is Survived By His Dear Wife Of 66 Years, Barbara Farmer Kincheloe; Daughters, Jane K. Mcdonald Of Mariemont, Oh And Anne K. Easterling Of Richmond; Sons, Paul L. Kincheloe Of Chesterfield And John W. Kincheloe, Iii Of Durham; Eleven Grandchildren And Nine Great-Grandchildren. He Was A Beloved Pastor Of Many, A Kind And Caring Patriarch For The Family, And A Loyal And Devoted Husband. He Was High-Minded In All He Did; He Was A Gentle Man And A Gentleman. He Loved God And His Fellow Man, Poetry And Family, Fishing And Learning. He Wrote In A Recent Letter, Life Has Been Good. We Are Grateful To God For His Providential Guidance, Protection And Blessing. The Family Will Receive Friends From 4 To 8 P.M. Thursday At The Morrissett Funeral Home, 6500 Iron Bridge Rd. (Rt. 10). His Funeral Service Will Be Conducted At 11 A.M. Friday At Branchs Baptist Church, 3400 Broad Rock Blvd. Following The Service, Interment Will Be In The Church Cemetery. In Lieu Of Flowers, Memorial Gifts May Be Sent To The Baptist Theological Seminary, 3400 Brook Road, Richmond, Va 23227.

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