Orville D. Jobson (July 11, 1900-Oct. 12, 1974) was a missionary who spent more than 40 years in Africa. He and his wife, Charlotte Hillegas, ministered together at Bassai, Bosoum and Bangui. He was field superintendent from 1938-1961. Jobson received a doctor of divinity degree from Grace Theological Seminary in 1947.
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