August 26, 1873, Granville, Wisconsin.

January 7, 1964, Oconomowoc, Wisconsin.

Saint Johns Lutheran Cemetery - North Willow Creek, Vernon Center, Minnesota.

Czamanske graduated from Concordia College, Milwaukee, Wisconsin (1894) and Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, Missouri (1898). Ordained in 1898, he served at Lutheran churches near Madelia, Minnesota (1898-1902); West Henrietta, New York (1902-04); Rochester, New York (1904-10); and Sheboygan, Wisconsin, (1910-51). He contributed poems to the Lutheran Witness, Sunday School Times, Etude, Expositor, and Northwestern Lutheran. He was a member of the subcommittee of the Committee on Hymnology and Liturgics for the Synodical Conference of North America, which edited The Lutheran Hymnal.

  1. Beside Thy Manger Here I Stand
  2. Beside Yon Pearly Portals
  3. Commit, O Heart Repining
  4. Dear Father, Who Hast Made Us All
  5. Dearest Savior, Hear My Promise
  6. How Gently the Shadows Are Falling
  7. I Have Fought the Christian Fight
  8. O How Joyfully, O How Merrily
  9. Wait, My Soul, and Tarry
  10. What a Faithful Saying This
  11. Where, O Lord Jesus, Could I Find Salvation?
  12. Youth, Like a Blossom Unfolding
  1. On Christ’s Ascension I Now Build
  2. There Still Is Room (1938)
  3. This Body in the Grave We Lay (1938)
  4. Ye Parents, Hear What Jesus Taught (1939)
  5. Zion, Rise (1938)

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