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der Mennoniten in Canada 1902-1952"'']]    Daniel Loewen (16 September 1872-14 March 1951), an elder of the General Conference Mennonite (GCM) Church, was born at Yazykovo, South [[Russia|Russia]]. He was the son of Jakob and Maria Klassen Löwen. In 1898 he married Anna Ketler and together they had five daughters and one son.
 
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'']]    Daniel Loewen (16 September 1872-14 March 1951), an elder of the General Conference Mennonite (GCM) Church, was born at Yazykovo, South [[Russia|Russia]]. He was the son of Jakob and Maria Klassen Löwen. In 1898 he married Anna Ketler and together they had five daughters and one son.
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When Daniel Loewen was 16 years old his family moved to [[Boragan (Crimea, Ukraine)|Borissovo]] in the [[Bachmut (Donetsk Oblast, Ukraine)|Bachmut settlement]] which was the first of at least six pioneering experiences for him. In about 1905 he was ordained to the ministry. In 1910 the family moved to [[Davlekanovo (Ufa, Bashkortostan, Russia)|Davlekanovo]] in the province of [[Ufa (Bashkortostan, Russia)|Ufa]], where Daniel and two bothers owned a thriving mill. After the Revolution following [[World War (1939-1945) - Soviet Union|World War I]] the family moved to the [[Omsk (Siberia, Russia)|Omsk]] settlement in Siberia. In 1924 they moved to [[Canada|Canada]] and settled, at first, on a farm near Harris, Saskatchewan. During his time in Canada Daniel Loewen served as a minister in the Westheim Mennonite Church in Rosemary, Alberta (now the [[Rosemary Mennonite Church (Rosemary, Alberta, Canada)|Rosemary Mennonite Church]]), and as elder of the [[Hoffnungsfelder Mennonite Church (Rabbit Lake, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Hoffnungsfeld Mennonite Church]] in Rabbit Lake, Saskatchewan from 1936 until he was compelled by his health to resign in 1942. He continued, however, to serve as assistant elder in the [[Schoenwiese Mennonite Church group (Manitoba)|Schönwiese Mennonite Church]] of Manitoba. On 14 March 1951, he died in [[North Kildonan (Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada)|North Kildonan]], Manitoba.
 
When Daniel Loewen was 16 years old his family moved to [[Boragan (Crimea, Ukraine)|Borissovo]] in the [[Bachmut (Donetsk Oblast, Ukraine)|Bachmut settlement]] which was the first of at least six pioneering experiences for him. In about 1905 he was ordained to the ministry. In 1910 the family moved to [[Davlekanovo (Ufa, Bashkortostan, Russia)|Davlekanovo]] in the province of [[Ufa (Bashkortostan, Russia)|Ufa]], where Daniel and two bothers owned a thriving mill. After the Revolution following [[World War (1939-1945) - Soviet Union|World War I]] the family moved to the [[Omsk (Siberia, Russia)|Omsk]] settlement in Siberia. In 1924 they moved to [[Canada|Canada]] and settled, at first, on a farm near Harris, Saskatchewan. During his time in Canada Daniel Loewen served as a minister in the Westheim Mennonite Church in Rosemary, Alberta (now the [[Rosemary Mennonite Church (Rosemary, Alberta, Canada)|Rosemary Mennonite Church]]), and as elder of the [[Hoffnungsfelder Mennonite Church (Rabbit Lake, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Hoffnungsfeld Mennonite Church]] in Rabbit Lake, Saskatchewan from 1936 until he was compelled by his health to resign in 1942. He continued, however, to serve as assistant elder in the [[Schoenwiese Mennonite Church group (Manitoba)|Schönwiese Mennonite Church]] of Manitoba. On 14 March 1951, he died in [[North Kildonan (Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada)|North Kildonan]], Manitoba.
 
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From "Jubilaeum-Album der Konferenz der Mennoniten in Canada 1902-1952"
Daniel Loewen (16 September 1872-14 March 1951), an elder of the General Conference Mennonite (GCM) Church, was born at Yazykovo, South Russia. He was the son of Jakob and Maria Klassen Löwen. In 1898 he married Anna Ketler and together they had five daughters and one son.

When Daniel Loewen was 16 years old his family moved to Borissovo in the Bachmut settlement which was the first of at least six pioneering experiences for him. In about 1905 he was ordained to the ministry. In 1910 the family moved to Davlekanovo in the province of Ufa, where Daniel and two bothers owned a thriving mill. After the Revolution following World War I the family moved to the Omsk settlement in Siberia. In 1924 they moved to Canada and settled, at first, on a farm near Harris, Saskatchewan. During his time in Canada Daniel Loewen served as a minister in the Westheim Mennonite Church in Rosemary, Alberta (now the Rosemary Mennonite Church), and as elder of the Hoffnungsfeld Mennonite Church in Rabbit Lake, Saskatchewan from 1936 until he was compelled by his health to resign in 1942. He continued, however, to serve as assistant elder in the Schönwiese Mennonite Church of Manitoba. On 14 March 1951, he died in North Kildonan, Manitoba.


Author(s) John H Enns
Date Published 1957


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Enns, John H. "Loewen, Daniel Jakob (1872-1951)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. 1957. Web. 20 Sep 2014. http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Loewen,_Daniel_Jakob_(1872-1951)&oldid=92461.

APA style

Enns, John H. (1957). Loewen, Daniel Jakob (1872-1951). Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. Retrieved 20 September 2014, from http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Loewen,_Daniel_Jakob_(1872-1951)&oldid=92461.




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