Promoted to Glory

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Promoted to Glory

was promoted to Glory on March 24th from Queen’s Medical Center in Honolulu, Hawaii. He was 94 years old.

Felix entered The Salvation Army Training College from the Lihue, Kauai Corps in 1926 and was commissioned a probationary lieutenant on June 20, 1926 with the Victory Session.

All of his appointments were in Hawaii, and included the Honolulu #4 Corps, Makewali, Waimea (Kauai), Honokaa, (Hawaii), Lihue and Koloa (Kauai), Wailuku (Maui), and the Big Island of Hilo. In 1938 Felix was appointed to the Honolulu Boys Home and then to DHQ in the Finance Department. In 1944 he was appointed Financial Secretary.

While in this appointment he won the heart of Captain Alice Sinn who had entered the training college from the Kauluwela Corps in 1936. In 1945 Major Querubin and Captain Sinn were united in marriage. Together they served as commanding officers of the Lihue, Kauai Corps. The Querubins were noted for their effectiveness with youth ministries.

In 1960 they were appointed to the Men’s Social Service Department in Honolulu until their retirement in 1972.

Both Brigadier and Mrs. Querubin (who predeceased him in 1985) have been awarded the Long Service Order.

An older brother and a nephew, both living in Hawaii, survive Brigadier Querubin. A memorial service and graveside service was held at the Hawaiian Memorial Park Cemetery. Lt. Colonel Don Mowery, divisional commander officiated.

WALTER E. HOLMAN JR., Portland Metro Advisory Board member since 1975 and restaurateur died March 14 of congestive heart failure at 74.

In 1987, Mr. Holman was inducted into the Oregon Restaurant and Hospitality Association Hall of Fame. He was instrumental in getting leftover food from banquets donated to nonprofits to feed the hungry.

He was an active member of the Cascade Division disaster response team, conducting training sessions and maintaining the canteen. On New Year’s Eve 1999, he delivered cleaning supplies and food to people stranded in their flooded homes on the Oregon Coast. He was always willing to help, whether it was driving the canteen from California to Oregon, making and serving coffee at events, or serving The Salvation Army band pancakes at his restaurant after the Portland Rose Parade.

After serving in World War II in the Army Signal Corps, he earned a business administration degree from the University of Oregon. He is survived by family and friends.


GIFTY MIYOBA the eldest son of Majors Grey and Leniah Miyoba was tragically killed in Zambia. The Miyobas came to the USA Western Territory for a year of training, leaving five of their children with relatives and friends in the Zambia and Malawi Territory.

A memorial service took place at the Lusaka City Corps.

Cards and messages may be sent in care of Captain Mariam Rudd, officer services secretary, The Salvation Army THQ, 180 East Ocean Blvd., Long Beach, CA 90802.



Following the sudden loss of our precious daughter, mother, sister, and aunt, Michele Prince, our family has experienced how broad God’s love is. God’s people from all over the worked have written…and we have received so many expressions of caring from our Pasadena Tabernacle Corps.

We were almost overwhelmed and tremendously supported by the fact that so many of ours and Michele’s friends attended the Service of Celebration of her life. So many people, each with special love and memories. We thank you all.

God’s love is measured and we are finding each day has its supply.

–Russell and Shirley Prince, Nicholas and Cameron, Anne-Marie, Collins and Chelsea Bradley


Promoted to Glory

Promoted to Glory

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