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Home News Baltimore News Originally published October 30, 2013

Lynchburg Seminary Confers Honorary Degrees

by AFRO Staff

    Chairman of the board of trustees, Dr. A.C.D. Vaughn, left, stands with honorees Dr. Loretta Daniels, retired educator and musician; Dr. Frank Conaway, Clerk of the Court of Baltimore City and Dr. Archie Gee, retired warden from Patuxent. (Courtesy Photo)
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Eastern Theological Seminary in Lynchburg, Va. recently awarded honorary degrees to Frank M. Conaway, Loretta Foster Daniel and Archie M. Gee at its 20th Convocation on Oct. 17.

Conaway, a graduate of Morgan State University, and currently Clerk of Circuit Court for Baltimore City, received the Doctor of Laws degree, as did Gee, who is a board member of the Patuxent Institution Board of Review in Baltimore City. The Doctor of Sacred Music was conferred upon Daniel, director of the Kingdom Kids Choir at New Psalmist Baptist Church.

The Rev. Dr. A.C.D. Vaughn is chairman of the seminary’s board of trustees. Dr. Lanksford E. Hankins Sr. is president.



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