Gaglardi, Philip Arthur

GAGLARDI, Philip Arthur  () , evangelist, politician (b 13 Jan 1913, Silverdale; d 23 Sept 1995, Vancouver). Raised on a homestead near MISSION, he left home at age 14 to earn his living as a mechanic in LOGGING and construction camps. Through the influence of Jennie Sandin, whom he later married, he converted to Pentecostalism, attended bible college and in 1938 became a pastor for the Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada (see CONSERVATIVE...

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