Charles Eddis, the leading founder of the Canadian Unitarian Council, was its first chairman, executive secretary, and president. He was educated at the University of Toronto (B.Comm., 1948) and at Harvard Divinity School (S.T.B., 1952). He received a D.D. from Meadville/Lombard Theological School in 1979. He served churches in Edmonton, Alberta (1953-58); Pointe Claire, Quebec (1958-66); Evanston, Illinois (1966-77); and Montreal, Quebec (1977-93). He is now minister emeritus of the Montreal congregation. His historical writing includes Stephen Fritchman: The American Unitarians and Communism (2011), The Story of a Sacred Space: from Creation to Ruins: an Account of the Creation and Destruction of the Sanctuary of the Unitarian Church of Montreal (1992) and several chapters contributed to Edgar Andrew's Montreal's Unitarians, 1832-2000 (2001).
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Stephen Hole Fritchman
William Phillip Jenkins