Neale McLainNeale McLain
Lifetime Service Award

Neale McLain (49) is a retired pastor and New England District Superintendent, now living in Manchester, Connecticut with his wife, Gladys, whom he married in 1944. Neale was born in Endicott, New York in 1925 and served in the U.S. Army Air Corps during World War II as a bombardier-navigator. His many years of ministry included pastorates in St. Albans, VT; Fairfield, ME; Cambridge, MA; Dover, NJ; and Manchester, CT. Neale was elected District Superintendent of New England in 1984, retiring in 1992 and then serving interim pastorates in Danbury, CT; Syracuse, NY; Spring Valley, NY; Auburn, NY; Danielson, CT; and Wollaston, MA. Honored to be part of the Maranatha Youth Revival on the New York Metro District with a Friday night coffee house ministry from 1969 – 1975, Neale joined Gladys in the founding of The Cornerstone Christian School (pre-school through high school) in 1981, a ministry which continues now into its second generation.