[Missouri-l] Bio On Tony Gallagher
Denny Huff, (MCB - A Great Place To Be)
dhuff at moblind.org
Wed Aug 5 11:55:43 CDT 2009
Tony will be one of our guests on the MCB Connect, Sunday, August 16 at 2:00
Bio on Tony Gallagher:
Born in Chicago. Joined Army at age 15. Served 2 years in combat in Korea. 6
years as a Drill Instructor at Ft. Leonard Wood.,1st Purple Heart before he
Left military to study to be a Catholic priest. After 4 years , decided that
was not the life for him. Joined the CIA. Earned 13 weeks of Marine Basic
Training. Spent 20 years as an Operative behind enemy lines. Speaks 12
During those years, accepted Christ as Lord and Savior.
Retired from CIA in 1989. Was ordained to the ministry by Southern Baptist
Spent over 10 years in Branson as manager for Jimmie Rodgers.( Honeycomb,
Kisses Sweeter than Wine) Also, performed on stage as a stand up comic and
opening act for Jimmie..
Met his wife , Jean while in Branson. Both had been widowed. They have been
married almost 7 years.
Today he is pastor of a Salem Evangelical Church near Marshall, MO
He is Commander of Voiture 333 of the 40 & 8, which is responsible for a 10
county area in West Central Missouri. Under his command has grown from 10
members to 163. In September he was appointed National Public Relations
Director of the 40 & 8. He is president of the Press Associates of the 40 &
8. Writes a weekly column for his web site and the 40 & 8 publication.
Always willing to speak to any organization.
Denny Huff - President
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St. Louis, MO 63109
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