Former Speaker and director of Breath of Life, Pastor Leonard Pearson has passed away. Walter Pearson had such a way with words. He was amazing at making Bible stories come alive. Pastor Walter was reported to have died today but his cause of death was not disclosed to the public.

Walter Pearson death was announced by the Villa Seventh Day Adventist Church via their official Facebook page.

The Facebook Post Reads.. “JUST RECEIVED! ‪We regret to announce the death of Pastor Walter Pearson, second Breath of Life Speaker/Director. ‬
‪Funeral Service information will be announced. Please remember the Pearson Family in your prayers.‬”

The Three Angels Aviation Ministry also confirmed the death of Pastor Walter. The ministry sent their condolonces to the family of Walter “The giant has slept – He has run his race. Ps Walter Pearson – USA Our deepest condolences to the Pearson family and may they be comforted in the Lord. Yes resurrection is promised”

The Breath Of Life in s series of tweets confirmed that Pastor Walter passed away. The tweets reads below..

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“We regret to announce the passing of Pastor Walter Pearson, second Breath of Life Speaker/Director. Funeral Service information will be announced. Please remember the Pearson Family in your prayers.”

Tributes Floods Twitter

Few Things You Need To Know About Pastor Walter L. Pearson, Jr.

Walter Leonard Pearson is an American Minister who was ordained to gospel ministry Seventh-Day Adventist Church, 1973.

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He was born on November 18, 1945 in Mobile, Alabama, United States. Son of Walter Leonard Senior and Bernice Cecile (Davis) Pearson.

Bachelor in Religion, Oakwood College, 1967; postgraduate, Georgia State University, 1990-1991; Doctor of Divinity (honorary), Union Theological Seminary, 1972; Doctor of Laws (honorary), Union Theological Seminary, 1973.

He was Associate pastor, Glenville Seventh-Day Adventist Church, Cleveland, 1968-1970, pastor Northwestern Virginia District of Seventh-Day Adventists, Charlottesville, 1970-1972