1892–1987

Introduction

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Born: Feb­ru­a­ry 2, 1892, Whea­ton, Il­li­nois.

Died: Oc­to­ber 3, 1987, Ho­no­lu­lu, Ha­wa­ii.

Buried: Na­tion­al Me­mor­i­al Ce­me­te­ry of the Pa­c­i­fic, Ho­no­lu­lu, Ha­wa­ii (sec­tion II, site 165).

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Biography

From 1914 to around 1920, Love­less toured Am­er­i­ca with an en­ter­tain­ment group, re­ceiv­ing a ground­ing in voice and pi­ano.

He served as a Ma­rine Corps of­fi­cer in World War I, and was con­vert­ed as a re­sult of read­ing the Bi­ble at home.

He di­rect­ed the ra­dio de­part­ment (WMBI) at Moo­dy Bi­ble In­sti­tute, Chi­c­ago, Il­li­nois (1926–47), and lat­er pas­tored at church­es in Whea­ton, Il­li­nois; Bo­ca Ra­ton, Flo­ri­da; and Ho­no­lu­lu, Ha­wa­ii, con­tin­u­ing his ra­dio min­is­try in the last two lo­ca­tions.

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Lyrics

Music