David Fish's Website
David Fish was born
in Maryville, Missouri, the son of John
Frederick "Fred" Fish,
a Christian Church minister. He lived in Missouri, Iowa, and Illinois
growing up, graduating from high school in Joliet, Illinois.
He enrolled at Ozark Bible College in the fall of 1971 and graduated
in 1976. He held student ministries in Oklahoma and Missouri during
his student days.
David married Rosemary
McGill in 1975. David and Rose left for missionary service in Chile
in 1976. They have three children, all born in Chile:
Charissa, married to Steven Robinett since 1998; Gregory,
married to Emily Benson since 2000; and Kimberly, who has permission
to consider getting married when she's 38 years old. They have three
grandsons, Nathan Gregory Fish, born June 12, 2002, and
Montgomery Fish, born March 11, 2004, and Samuel Malachi, born December
Charissa is a graduate
of both Missouri Southern State University and OCC. Both Greg and
Kimberly are graduates of Ozark Christian College.
David served as
a missionary in Chile, South America from 1976-1994, at which time
he joined the faculty of Ozark Christian College.
David was a contributing
author of The Encyclopedia of
the Stone-Campbell Movement, published by William B.
David has an M.A.
from Columbia International University (SC). He has done additional
graduate work at Pittsburg State University (KS), at
the University of Missouri - Columbia, at Trinity International University
(IL), and recently passed his comprehensive exams for the Ph.D degree
at the University of Nebraska - Lincoln. He expects to finish his
dissertation during 2008.
Click here for his
PDF resume (C.V.).