William B Gulick grew up in Covington, Kentucky. Baptized into Christ in July 1940. He graduated High School in 1947. He received his BA degree from Cincinnati Christian University in 1951 and graduate work in 1952.
He married Ethel E Walker in August 1949. During their student years they served Hamilton County Infirmary, Laurel Home Church of Christ, Kentontown Christian Church and Banklick Christian Church.
The Gulicks arrived in Tamilnadu, India in 1953. He taught at South India Christian College and then began and directed the Christ Nagar Institute in Ennore, Madras.
The Gulicks studied privately for 1st examiniation in Tamil before their first furlough, Bill attended the Missionary Language School of United Theological College in Bangealote. He passed 3 Tamil exams give by the South Indian Language Board.
During Furloughs, Bill took classes at the University of Cincinnati and mission seminar at Abilene Christian University in Texas. He was the first missionary in residence at Cincinnati Christian University (Then Cincinnati Bible Seminary) and again in that capacity in other furloughs.
Health required the Gulicks to leave India in 1973. While Assistant Professor in Cincinnati Bible Seminary, Bill taught Missions and Bible, and took further classes there and at University of Cincinnati. He preached at Taylor Mill, Price Ave, Williamston, and Mt. Olivet churches of Christ before moving to Virginia in 1982.
He retired in 1995 from thirteen years of ministry with the Tri-City Church of Christ, Hopewell, Virginia.
He attended several churches and supported the Kingdom - during his retirement ...through the India Fund and supporting the India work, working with Indian community and churches in the US, and several congregations in the Central VA area including Southwest, Chippenham, and lastly Bonnie Brae Church of Christ. He is preceded in death by his lovely wife, Ethel.
Bill Gulick the last couple years moved to the Christian Village in Mason, Ohio to be closer to some family and friends. There will be a Memorial service forthcoming.
Source of Bio Comes from Bill Gulick's book "What Christ Taught" 1955. First English Edition 1998.
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