W. H. Griffin Resource Center
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William H. Griffin, known by many as Brother Bill, was born July 7, 1933. He was one of the very first four-year graduates of Memphis Christian College (now Mid-South Christian College) in 1964, and he went on to serve churches in Memphis, TN, Caruthersville, MO, and Southaven, MS.
In 1982 Mr. Griffin was appointed as Executive Vice-President of Mid-South Christian College, and he later served from 1988 to 1997 as President of the institution.
In addition to his service to the local church and the college, Brother Bill was known for his evangelistic efforts, holding meetings throughout the mid-south area as well as in Australia, Zimbabwe, India, China and the Dominican Republic.
Bill Griffin was married to Dorothy Cooper of Weiner, AR and they had two sons Gerald Griffin, professor at Ozark Christian College, and Larry Griffin, current President of Mid-South Christian College.
William H. Griffin received his eternal reward on November 29, 2008 and on August 24, 2013 the Resource Center at Mid-South Christian College was officially dedicated in his memory.