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Religion of Carl E Callahan
I no longer pastor, but am asked to fill-in, asked to stand at different churches, do weddings and funerals as called or needed.
Served as clerk of the Union Association of Free Will Baptist for 21 years, corresponding with 97 churches, and their clerks and many more sister Associations and their clerks.
Served the Minister Conference of Union Free Will Baptist Association as clerk for 11 years during the same period and corresponded with 147 ordained ministers.
I took the annual minutes of the Union Free Will Baptist and had printed 500 copies each year for 21 years and printed the Minutes of the Minister Conference for 11 years.
As clerk of the Union Association I sat with The Ordaining Council and had voting rights as the committee examine the licensed ministers coming for ordination.
One of the responsiblies of the clerk of Union Association FWB was to make annual reports to the Tennessee State Association of Free Will Baptist.
Trades and Work of Carl E Callahan
I worked at Tennessee Eastman Kodak Company in Kingsport, Tn., starting in June 29, 1969, for 31 years as a 1st class maintenance mechanic after finishing the 4 year apprenticeship program. I repaired anything and everything that tore up or broke down, and know how to heal a broken heart.
I am also a pipe fitter, welder, carpenter building houses, form carpenter in concrete work, and do run some heavy equipment.
I retired at age 51, in 2000 from Tennessee Eastman Kodak company.
We worked on building roads, bridges, landing pads, and supported the 'grunts' with explosives, opened up the roads every day to rid of land mines and booby-trays running a daily mine sweep. I was in charge of truck convoy into Dang-Nan, Viet Nam to pick up supplies. We went over by ship and made assault landing on the beach at Chu-Lai, Viet-Nam, I have PTSD and am disabled veteran.
Hobbies of Carl E Callahan
I enjoy studying the Holy Bible and apply myself to the teachings of the Bible. I enjoy woodworking, building anything of wood, from small to large, for the home, friends, and neighbors. I enjoy gardening and raise lots of vegetables for winter. I enjoy walking and doing exercise. I enjoy working on my family tree. I enjoy cooking and can cook any thing I desire. I am enjoying retirement since 2000 real good.
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