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Other, : CONRAD, FLAVIUS LESLIE, JR. Date/Place of Birth: May 5, 1920; High Point, N.C. Parents: The Reverend Flavius Leslie Conrad, Sr. and Mary W. (Huffman) Conrad. Two brothers are the Reverends David F. and Paul L. Conrad, one of his sisters is the wife of the Reverend Philip L. Wahlberg, Jr. Spouse/Marriage Date: Mary Elizabeth (Isenhour) Conrad; November 4, 1944 in Salisbury, N.C. Children: Elizabeth Ann Meisner, Susan Leslie Amis. Education: Lenoir-Rhyne, A.B. 1941; Lutheran Theological Southern Seminary, B.D. 1944; Temple University, S.T.M. 1955, S.T.D. 1958. Ordination: July 16, 1944 by North Carolina Synod. Calls: St. Timothy, Catawba County, 1944-49; Holy Comforter, Belmont, 1949-50; St. Luke, Richardson, Texas, 1960-86, Pastor Emeritus. Other: Executive Secretary, Luther League of America, 1950-60. Published more than 1,100 sermons, articles, book chapters, encyclopedia write-ups, devotional booklets, book reviews, poems and hymns. Prepared several series of Augsburg Sunday School Quarterlies. Developed and directed the Lutheran Youth Caravan Program, 1950-59. Supervised new Constitution and By-Laws for Luther League of America. Authored two books Four Non-Denominational Youth Movements and Poetic Potshots at Preachers and People. Synodical Delegate to several conventions of the Lutheran Church in America. Member of General Board and General Assembly of National Council of Churches. Winner, National Poetry Contest, 1960. Member of Lutheran Church in America Board of Publications, 1974-82. Assistant Editor, Church Management Magazine, 1964-77. Correspondent, The Lutheran, 1962-87. Columnist, Texas-Louisiana Lutheran, 1961-87. Listed in Who's Who in the East, Who's Who in Religion, Who's Who in America, Who's Who in the World, and Who's Who in the South and Southwest. Dean, Dallas and North Texas Conference of the Texas-Louisiana Synod, 1975-78. Retired December 1986 in Richardson, Texas.
Obituary, : Mary Elizabeth Conrad Publication Salisbury Post Date April 20, 2005 Section(s) Obituaries Page b2 Byline Brief Mary Elizabeth Isenhour Conrad, of Richardson, Texas, formerly of Salisbury, died April 5, 2005, at her home in Texas. Born Aug. 13, 1920, in Salisbury, Mrs. Conrad, a daughter of the late Harry Edgar and Elma Cauble Isenhour, graduated from Boyden High
Mary Elizabeth Isenhour Conrad, of Richardson, Texas, formerly of Salisbury, died April 5, 2005, at her home in Texas.
Born Aug. 13, 1920, in Salisbury, Mrs. Conrad, a daughter of the late Harry Edgar and Elma Cauble Isenhour, graduated from Boyden High School. She received a degree in early childhood education from Lenoir-Rhyne College, Hickory.
She taught second grade in China Grove before her marriage on Nov. 4, 1944, to the Rev. Leslie Conrad Jr. In 1960, she moved to Richardson, where her late husband pastored at St. Luke's Lutheran Church until 1986.
A daughter, Ann C. Meisner, preceded her in death.
Survivors include daughter Susan C. Amis, Cincinnati, Ohio; sister Ann Isenhour Brown, Clemson, S.C.; brother Charles R. Isenhour, Salisbury; and four grandchildren.