Religion: The Good Neighbors

Almost everybody in Long Island's Garden City South knew Tibert V. Anderson and liked him. He was 17 when he arrived in the U.S. from his native Sweden, but his way of doing things seemed to suit his adopted country from the start. He worked in greenhouses to earn money for college, later finished courses in a Lutheran seminary, and was ordained. In 1947, after his board sent him to start a new church in Garden City South, he acted as contractor and did a lot of the work with his own hands. Last...

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