Henry Parsons Crowell
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Crowell spent much of his life in business and philanthropy. For 40 years he was the chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Moody Bible Institute. The Henry Parsons Crowell and Susan Coleman Crowell Trust carefully states that the purpose of their personal family Trust is to fund the teaching and active extension of the doctrines of evangelical Christianity.
Legacies and contributions
Crowell donated over 70 percent of his wealth to the Crowell Trust. The Moody Bible Institute named the 12-story Crowell Hall building after him. He was regarded as one of the most respected Christian businessmen in the early 20th century in the US.
Day, Richard Ellsworth, "Breakfast Table Autocrat The Life Story of Henry Parsons Crowell". Moody Press, Chicago, 1946.
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- History of Moody Bible Institute