Company: Tristate Unitarian Universalist Cluster
Location: Lake Wilson, Minnesota, United States
Wesley Vinton Hromatko, D.Min., Minister at Tristate Unitarian Universalist Cluster, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in theology.
Mr. Hromatko’s calling to ministry was encouraged by youth group leaders and ministers in summer camps, as well as in his college years. A graduate of the University of Minnesota, he earned a Bachelor of Arts, cum laude with honors, in 1968. Soon thereafter, he attended the Meadville Theological School in Chicago where he achieved a Master of Arts in 1971 and secured a Doctor of Ministry in 1973. That same year, he was officially ordained to ministry through the Unitarian Universalist Association.
A renowned minister, Mr. Hromatko served as such throughout numerous religious institutions including the First Congressional Parish, the Church of Larger Fellowship, the Unity Temple and the All Souls Church, between 1972 and 1990. Currently, he excels with the Tristate Unitarian Universalist Cluster as a speaker, a position he has held since 1990. In addition to his primary endeavor, Mr. Hromatko has been the owner of Century Farm, since 2011. In the past, he participated as a member of the Independent Unitarian-Universalist Legislative Conference and contributed as the chaplain Oaklandon Volunteer. In a career filled with highlights, Mr. Hromatko is proud of coordinating visits for the Chicago Children’s Choir.
A respected voice in the field, Mr. Hromatko has contributed numerous publications in the industry. Notably, is submitted articles to “A Simple Faith,” “Hosea Ballou,” “Unitarianism to 1961” and the “New Encyclopedia of Unbelief.” He also served as the co-editor of the “Appeal of the Irregulations,” which was published in 1980. Likewise, Mr. Hromatko has written 14 articles, including on topics regarding Sylvia Plath and Kurt Vonnegut. For his accomplishments in the field, he was presented with the Entemann Ohanian Award in 1975. In his spare time, Mr. Hromatko enjoys reading, collecting stamps, painting, drawing, buying and selling books.
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