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11 HISTORY OF THE VA CONFERENCE, E.U.B. CHURCH—D.F. GLOVIER

SUPERINTENDENT FLOYD L. FULK
Rev. Floyd L. Fulk, son of Abram and Lena Neff Fulk, was born on
November 15, 1911 near Fulk’s Run, Rockingham County, Virginia. During
a revival meeting in the Mt. Carmel Church, on the Broadway Circuit,
he was converted at the age of 12. He was educated at Broadway High
School, Shenandoah and Bridgewater Colleges, and Bonebrake (United)
Seminary. He graduated from Bridgewater College with a B.D. degree, and
in 1952 he was awarded the degree of Doctor of Divinity by Lebanon Valley
College, in recognition of his outstanding achievement in the office of
Conference Superintendent. Rev. Fulk was married to Miss Marie Olinger
on May 14, 1938, and they are the parents of three children — George Newton,
Robert Garfield, and Joyce Marie. He joined the conference in 1934, and
was ordained at the Annual Conference held in Winchester in 1937 by
Bishop G. D. Batdorf. At this same conference he was assigned to the
Church at Dayton, Virginia, where he served from September 1937 to
September 1939. His second pastorate was at Elkton, Virginia. In 1946 he
was elected Superintendent of the Conference. In the fiscal year of
1959-60 Dr. Floyd L Fulk served as Governor of District 24-C, Virginia
Association of Lions Clubs. He is distinguished by having the longest
term of office of any active Superintendent in the Denomination. He was
elected Superintendent at the Annual Conference of 1946 and has served
continuously for 19 years.
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