Rev. Lewis E. and Sis. Treva Mae Manual
July 17, 1922 and
lived at 628 Lawrence Avenue, Mishawaka, Indiana, until marriage.
from Mishawaka High School, Mishawaka, Indiana,1940.
· Born Dec.14, 1918 in Oswego, Illinois; moved to Indiana at age two; lived in several places in Mishawaka, Indiana, and South Bend, Indiana. Went to be with Jesus Sept 21, 2004
from Mishawaka High School, Mishawaka, Indiana, 1938.
a track scholarship and attended Pittsburgh University for 2-1/2 years where he
was training for the Olympics when he felt the call to the ministry.
November 1, 1940, in Rev. G. B. Rowe’s home.
attendants: Worthy & Marjorie
family attended wedding; went directly to young people’s meeting.
Afterward some friends tied cans on their car – the full extent of
year in South Bend, Indiana.
moved to St. Paul, Minnesota, where Lewis attended Apostolic Bible Institute for
one year. Treva worked in a sewing
to Mishawaka, Indiana. Lewis worked at Studebaker’s.
Lee was born May 19, 1943. Here, they rented their first home.
for five years with one child from coast to coast.
lived in Mishawaka, Indiana. Lewis sold real estate.
Hope born April 13, 1948.
of 1948, Lewis felt call to Sunbury, Pennsylvania, to have house meetings with a
handful of people. God blessed, built a new church building and in five years
had a record attendance of 526.
Lou born in 1950 in Sunbury, Pennsylvania.
Jo born in 1952 in Sunbury, Pennsylvania.
felt call to be missionaries in Oahu, Hawaii, where they pastored for two years;
church grew to record attendance of 126.
returned to Pennsylvania and started a church in West Milton, Pennsylvania;
stayed three years.
Ann born in 1958 in Allenwood, Pennsylvania.
moved to Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, to pioneer a new church; built a new
building; reached record attendance of 100.
evangelized for two years throughout the United States and Canada.
1965,went to Racine, Wisconsin; pastored there until 1970; built new building;
church thrived, reaching a record attendance of 676.
1978 – evangelized a few years; then lived in Phoenix, Arizona, traveling out
of there until Treva was diagnosed with breast cancer in 1976 (surgery,
chemotherapy) and stayed there until she recuperated.
1979, left Phoenix to return to the evangelistic field; however, Lewis became
ill with a pituitary tumor, underwent surgery and then settled in McComb,
Mississippi, for a year to recover.
took over pastorate of church in Hampton, Virginia; built new church building;
record attendance of 125.
evangelized, then pastored in Mishawaka, Indiana; built new church; record
evangelized throughout United States and Canada, then took an interim pastorate
position in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
pastored in Milton, Pennsylvania.
moved to Grand Junction, Colorado, assisting in son-in-law's church and
evangelizing out of there.
evangelized across the country.
in Richmond, Virginia, in 1997.
· TOTALED 54 YEARS OF MINISTRY from 1943 to 1997
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