David L. Eubanks
|David Lawson Eubanks|
Dr. David L. Eubanks, 5th President of Johnson Bible College, in his trademark hat.
|5th President of Johnson Bible College|
|Term||1969 – 2007|
|Predecessor||Robert M. Bell|
|Successor||Gary E. Weedman|
|Born||November 18, 1935|
David L. Eubanks (born November 18, 1935) is an American preacher associated with the Restoration Movement of Christianity. Eubanks was the fifth President of Johnson Bible College, serving from 1969 to 2007, which ranks him among the longest serving college presidents in the U.S.
Early life and education
Johnson Bible College
Eubanks became the President of Johnson Bible College in 1969. He held the office until resigning in 2007, but remained with the college as an advisor. His term was marked by unprecedented admissions and campus growth. Nine buildings were constructed and between 1997 to 2007 admissions nearly doubled. Under Eubanks's leadership, the college received its first regional accreditation from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools in 1979. Graduate programs were also added during his tenure.
Robert M. Bell
|President of Johnson Bible College
Gary E. Weedman
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