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Anne K. LeCroy

Short Name: Anne K. LeCroy
Full Name: LeCroy, Anne K.
Birth Year: 1930
Death Year: 2016

Rev. Anne LeCroy was a professor of English at East Tennessee State University. Following her work as a translator she was a vocational deacon in the diocese of East Tennessee, serving St. Timothy's in Kingsport, and St. John's in Johnson city.

Dianne Shapiro, from email sent by Rev. Margaret Zeller, Rector, St. Christopher's, Kingsport

Texts by Anne K. LeCroy (8)sort descendingAsInstances
Christ, Mighty Savior, Light of all creationAnne LeCroy, b. 1930 (Translator)18
Jesus, Redeemer of the world, Word of the Father throned on highAnne K. LeCroy, b. 1930 (Author (st. 5))4
Lord Jesus, Sun of RighteousnessAnne K. LeCroy, b. 1930 (Translator)1
Most Holy God, the Lord of heavenAnne K. LeCroy, b. 1930 (Translator)4
Now let us sing our praise to GodAnne K. LeCroy, b. 1930 (Author (st. 4))3
O blest Creator, source of lightAnne LeCroy (Translator)3
The Word whom earth and sea and sky Anne K. LeCroy, b. 1930 (Translator (st. 2))3
Two stalwart trees both rootedAnne K. LeCroy, b. 1930 (Translator)5
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