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Mr. David Jennings M.

Minister

Greater Pentecostal COGIC Galleries

HQ Phone: (316) 262-7155

Greater Pentecostal COGIC Galleries

730 North Cleveland Street

Wichita, Kansas 67214

United States

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Background Information

Employment History

Chief Executive Officer

Greater Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce

Superintendent

Minneapolis Public Schools

Affiliations

Board Member
Put Kids First Minneapolis

Education



Truman Public Schools



U.S. Marine Corps

bachelor of arts
political science
Mankato State University

degree
political science
Mankato State University

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Welcome to GREATER PENTECOSTAL CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST

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Welcome to GREATER PENTECOSTAL CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST

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 |  Deep Roots into God's Word | Wide Reach into God's World Officers

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, David Jennings, Chairman

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Facilities Administrator


Stratton House Inn :: Ohio Revisited: Belmont County, Part 09 -- Wilson Shannon, Ohio's First Ohio-Born Governor.

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Hammond and David Jennings at St. Clairsville, and soon became prominent at the bar. In 1838 he was elected governor on the Democratic ticket by 5,738 votes over Jos. Vance, the Whig candidate. In 1840 he was defeated by Mr. Corwin, but in 1843 was elected governor for a second time.

In 1844, he was appointed minister to Mexico. In 1852 he was sent to Congress, where he was one of the four Ohio Democrats who voted for the Kansas and Nebraska bill. President Pierce later appointed him governor of Kansas, which position he resigned in 1857 and resumed the practice of law. In 1875, in connection with the Hon. Jeremiah Black, of Pennsylvania, he argued the celebrated Osage land case before the Supreme Court and won the case for the settlers.
As a lawyer he was bold, diligent, courteous and ever ready to assist the weak and struggling. Possessing a noble presence, in his old age he was described as a picture of a hardy, hale old gentleman of the olden time. He died in 1877 and was buried at Lawrence, Kansas, where the last twenty years of his life had been spent.

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