Myron G. Lindow
Myron G. Lindow, 88, of Selinsgrove, passed away on Monday morning, Aug. 12, 2019, at the Manor at Penn Village, Selinsgrove.
He was born June 27, 1931, in Detroit, Mich., a son of the late Myron E. and Helen (Reichle) Lindow. In 1955 he married the former Joan Douglas who survives.

Myron was a 1949 graduate of Castle Heights Military Academy, Lebanon, Tenn. He earned his bachelors degree from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor in 1953 with distinction and honors in history. His post graduate work was done at Drew University's School of Theology, Madison, N.J. In 1954, he received his master of divinity degree Magna Cum Laude. Myron was an avid Michigan Wolverine fan.
Pastor Lindow joined the Newark Annual Conference of the Methodist Church and was ordained a Deacon in 1956, and an Elder in 1957. In 1956, he became pastor at the Vailsburg Methodist Church, Newark, N.J., and served as pastor of Grace Community Church in Herndon from 1970-1973. In 1976, he was called to be pastor at the Mountain Gospel Chapel, New Berlin and in 1978 he also became pastor of the Grace Bible Fellowship Chapel in Sunbury, serving both chapels till January 1971. He had also been employed in insurance sales.

In addition to his wife, he is survived by one son, Mark S. Lindow of Georgia; one daughter and son-in-law, Mary E. and Dale Long of Selinsgrove; two grandsons, Nathan A. Long and wife Jessica, and Tyler D. Long; and one great-grandson, Cooper Long.

Funeral services will be private with the Rev. David L. Dearing officiating.
Burial will be in Salem Lutheran Cemetery, Selinsgrove.

Arrangements are by the V.L. Seebold Funeral Home, 601 N. High St., Selinsgrove.
Published on August 12, 2019


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