Dudley Scott Stark
Stark, Dudley Scott was born on November 19, 1894 in Waverly, New York, United States. Son of Rodney Jewett and Lelia May (Scott) Stark.
Bachelor of Arts, Trinity College, 1917, Doctor of Divinity, 1948. Doctor of Divinity, Episcopal Theological Seminary, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1920. Doctor of Laws, Chicago Medical School, 1939.
Doctor of Divinity, Kenyon College, 1940. Doctor of Sacred Theology, Hobart College, 1950. Doctor of Humane Letters, Alfred University, 1959.
Deacon and priest in the P.E. Church, 1920, curate St. Mark’s Church, Mauch Chunk, Pennsylvania, 1920-1921, rector, 1921-1926. Vicar Church of the Holy Trinity, St. James Parish, New York City, 1926-1932. Rector St. Chrysostom’s Church Chicago, 1932-1950.
Bishop Episcopal Diocese of Rochester, 1950-1962. Pastor Trinity Church, York Harbor, 1963-1971. Chaplain of various civic orgns., York Harbor, Maine Trustee Chicago Medical School.
Chancellor, trustee Hobart College, 1950-1962. Ensign United States Naval Reserve Force, 1918.
Born November 19, 1894