“We will out-think, out-fight,
out-pray, ...out-die our enemies.” 
– Capt. Fraser

 “This unusual statement is the finest definition of PC spirit yet written.”
– W. P. Jacobs II


Powell A. Fraser, a native of Brunswick, Georgia, graduated from Presbyterian College, and was commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in the
Army in 1941. He spent four years in combat in the Pacific, earned the Distinguished Service Cross, and advanced to the rank of Lieutenant Colonel. When he retired from the Army, he returned to PC as Director of Development. He later served as President of King College in Bristol, Tennessee. Col. Fraser lived a life based on PC's motto, "Dum Vivimus Servimus". He founded the Military Protestant Men of the Chapel, organized the Presbyterian Men of the Church, was voted the National Outstanding Presbyterian Layman of the Year, and founded the Christian Faith and Economic Values Forum. He was awarded honorary degrees from both Presbyterian and King colleges. He died on October 23, 2005 at the age of 87.

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