Company: Marketplace Ministries
Location: Memphis, Tennessee, United States
D. Lyn McWhorter, Reverend at Marketplace Ministries, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in the field of chaplaincy.
Since 2011, Rev. McWhorter has garnered a laudable reputation as a chaplain, coach, and client service leader on behalf of Marketplace Ministries, a Texas-based corporate chaplain company that boasts a staff of nearly 2,500 chaplains with a presence in most U.S. states and several countries abroad. In this capacity, he serves as a coach for a team of 10 chaplains that visit regional workplaces and provide spiritual comfort and counsel to hundreds of employees per week. Outside of these duties, Rev. McWhorter has also visited patients in hospitals and officiated weddings and funerals.
Prior to his work in religious service, Rev. McWhorter served as an electrical engineer for four years. Additionally, he found success as an area manager of operations and a controller for the United States Postal Service from 1971 until his retirement 2007. During this period, Rev. McWhorter was responsible for financial services, deliveries, and mail processing.
Before Rev. McWhorter ventured onto his vocational path, he sought a formal education at Christian Brothers University, earning a Bachelor of Science in electrical engineering in 1967. Following this accomplishment, he studied at Auburn University, where he received a Master of Science in electrical and electronics engineering the following year. Continuing his academic efforts, Rev. McWhorter attended the University of California Los Angeles and graduated with a Master of Business Administration in 1971. He concluded his education in 2008 with a Master of Arts in Biblical Studies from the Dallas Theological Seminary.
In a career suffused with highlights, Rev. McWhorter is most gratified to have given himself over to his Christian faith, through which he has served as a beacon of inspiration to hundreds of people.
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