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Otto Christensen

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Educator, cleric.

Originally from Aabybro, Denmark, he worked in education in Denmark and Nigeria before coming to Canada where he was a pastor in the Danish Lutheran Church and in The Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada. Retired from a position as spiritual care coordinator for the Interlake-Eastern Health Authority, he is a member of the Jens Munk Commemorative Steering Committee under The Federation of Danish Associations in Canada. He lives at Gimli where he will curate an exhibit on Jens Munk for the New Iceland Heritage Museum in February-March 2020.

Otto Christensen. B.Ed., M.Div.,

His articles for the Manitoba Historical Society:

Jens Munk’s Journey, A 400-Year Commemoration
Manitoba History, Number 90, Fall 2019

Page revised: 5 December 2019

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