Early Family Life
Breese was born in Chicago to David and Ruth (Gunton) Breese. He was the youngest of four children, having three older sisters including, Betty, and twin sisters, Mary and Margaret ("Marge"). He also had a foster brother, Bob Guadio, whom Breese's parents took in as a child. Breese attended Lane Technical High School, an all-boys school with 8,000 students. As a youth, he had been fascinated by airplanes and flying. During World War II, Breese entered Pre-Flight Training at Lane Tech, in the hope of serving his country.
When he was in high school, all of Breese's sisters were involved in a, "Hi-C Club," a Christian youth organization. One week, when Breese was 16-years-old, the Hi-C meeting was held at his house. Though Breese had no interest in religious pursuits, he heard a woman clearly present a Gospel message while teaching on the Holy Bible's, Book of Romans. A couple weeks later, he decided to believe the message and was converted to belief in Jesus Christ.
Breese completed his undergraduate studies at Judson College, in Elgin, Illinois, and then went on to Northern Baptist Seminary, in Lombard, Illinois. Eventually, he earned his "multiengine rating." In the years that followed, he flew himself to speaking engagements all across the country.Ministry
In addition to pulpit preaching, Breese also recorded many messages for broadcast. His family tells stories of him sitting up late at night, making radio programs on a simple recorder with a blanket over his head, because of the outside noises. At that time, he didn’t have a recording studio.
In addition to his prolific writing, Breese was also a poet. His sister, Betty, has told of how in his early years his mother would have a young Dave Breese recite poetry. This contributed to his abilities as a public speaker and writer.Family life
Breese married Carol Fleming, whom he met at a meeting in Winona Lake, Indiana. They had two daughters, Lynn and Noelle. Just as his parents had a foster son named Bob, Breese and his wife provided a home for a young Laotian boy, Lomae, who is considered part of the extended Breese family today.
Articles By Dave Breese
Cyclone of Apocalypse - Open
The Rapture - PZ Insider Content
Globalist Rife at the Throttle - PZ Insider Content
All the King's Men Storm to Armageddon - PZ Insider Content
Europe and the Prince That Shall Come - PZ Insider Content
The Roman Empire's Greatest Caesar - PZ Insider Content
Become A PZ Insider
Become a PZ Insider via Pay Pal, billed monthly. This is the most convient way to become a PZ Insider and gaurantees that you get your PZ Insider Report, PZ News Watch, PZ Survival New and much more. Come on board and become a PZ Insider today.
To Become a monthly PZ Insider and subscribe for only $10.00 a month.
If you would like to help us here and donate, please use the following button