Queensland/South Queensland Conference Leaders

The Queensland Conference of the Seventh-day Adventist Church was formed at the Toowoomba camp meeting held 13-23 October 1899. At the time there were 211 Seventh-day Adventist church members in Queensland and there were four Seventh-day Adventist churches. In 1968 the name was changed to South Queensland Conference to permit the northern part of the State to be designated Northern Australian Conference. To-date, thirty-two men have served as president (or CEO) of the Conference.

LeaderDates

Tenney, George C

1899 - 1900

Teasdale, George

1900 - 1901, 1910 - 1912

Colcord, Willard A

1902

Robinson, Asa T

1902 - 1903

Nellis, Sylvester W

1903 - 1907

Craddock, Thomas H

1908 - 1910

Watson, Charles H

1912 - 1914

Butz, Edwin S

1914 - 1915

Piper, Harold E

1916 - 1918

Pascoe, William H

1919

Kent, Albert W

1920 - 1923

Rudge, Edmund B

1924

Chesson, Alfred C

1925 - 1928

Turner, William G

1929

Hill, Henry A

1929 - 1932

Guilliard, Egbert H

1932 - 1936

Rampton, Frank G

1936 - 1940

Guilliard, Egbert H

1941 - 1942

Branster, Gordon

1943 - 1948

Greive, Robert A

1948 - 1954

Sibley, David

1954 - 1958

Uttley, Stuart M

1958 - 1961

Parmenter, Keith S

1961 - 1970

Vince, Ronald A

1970 - 1971

Rose, Leo S

1971 - 1978

Lemke, Ernest C

1978 - 1980

Harker, Harold G

1980 - 1985

Lawson, David E

1985 - 1989

Colquhoun, Peter J

1989 - 1995

Stanley, Chester G

1996 - 1999

Vogel, Ken

1999 - 2003

Watts, Neil W

2004 - present

Biographical details composed by Arnold C Reye