John Loor, Jr.

John Loor, Jr. was named to the Walla Walla University Board of Trustees  in August 2000 when he was elected president of the Montana Conference of Seventh-day Adventists.  

Having served the Seventh-day Adventist Church for 35 years as a pastor, departmental director, and administrator, Loor was elected as the executive vice president for administration of the North Pacific Union Conference. In 1972, Loor earned his bachelor’s degree in religion from Southern Adventist University. After earning his undergraduate degree, he attended Andrews University and received his Master of Divinity in 1974.  In 1994, Loor received a Bachelor of Science in business administration from Southwestern Adventist University.

In addition to his ministry in different levels of church organization, Loor served as president of the Association of Adventists Camping Professionals, an organization that was formed to assist camp personnel around the United States in their work.  

In 2004, Loor received his certification as a Stewardship Director for the North American Division of Seventh-day Adventists.  

He enjoys traveling, sports, and his two grandsons.

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