Taiwan Church News. Occasional Bulletin, V13, no.5
Weare sad to report the death of Rev. Howard Theodore Ellis（伊天賜）, known as Ted, on September 21, 1996, in Scarborough, Canada. The cause of his death is cancer.
Rev. Ted Ellis served in Taiwan as a
Presbyterian Church in Canada missionary for 26 years between 1963 and 1991.
Rev. Ellis had been a beloved high school chaplain and teacher at Chang Jung
chaplain of Tainan Theological Seminary（台南神學院）,
later a New Testament professor. His two children, Robert and Stephanie,
were born in Taiwan.
Rev. Ted Ellis was a Vancouver, Canada
native and attended Knox College in Toronto.
At the time of death he was the Pastor
of Wexford Presbyterian Church in Scarborough, Canada. A worship and
Thanksgiving service was held at the Wexford Church on September 29.1996.
Rev. Ted Ellis is survived by his
wife, Marilyn, son Robert and daughter Stephanie, and several brothers and
Brief biography of Ted Ellis ---From
Memorial Service Bulletin
Born to the Rev. Walter
and Alice Ellis in Vancouver, British Colombia
Graduated from Knox
Minister in Knox, Vernon and St. Andrew’s,Armstrong, British Colombia
Studied in London, England on Traveling Scholarship; lived in the All
Soul’s Rectory with John Stott.
Missionary of the Presbyterian Church in Canada to the Presbyterian
Church in Taiwan (PCT)*
Language study, Taipei
College student work. & Industrial evangelism, Keelung
Chaplain,Chang-Jung Middle School (PCT)
Married to Marilyn Bruce in Fairview Church, Vancouver, British
Birth of son, Robert John, in Changhua.
Chaplain, Tainan Theological College (TTC)
Birth of daughter, Stephanie Anne, in Tainan.
Received MTh from the Toronto School of Theology
Lecturer in New Testament, Tainan Theological College
years of service in Taiwan, Ted served the church on several institutional
boards; on the General Assembly executive Committee; and as Worship Chairman
Minister, Wexford Presbyterian Church, Scarborough, Canada.
outstanding marks, through all Ted’s years of ministry, were his pastoral
heart and his love for and gift in sharing this love for Christ and the Word