Nebraska Authors

Gary Gabelhouse

Born 1951 Lincoln, NE (USA)

Died 2019-01-16
Missoula, MT (USA)

Places Lived

Lincoln, NE

Author Of

  • Fiction
  • Nonfiction

Keywords

Fiction; Africa; Spirituality

Education

High School Diploma, Lincoln High School, Lincoln, NE
Bachelors Degree in Biology Education, 1972, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, NE
Cotner School of Religion, Lincoln, NE
Graduate studies, Iliff School of Theology, Denver, CO.
Graduate studies, University of Minnesota, Mankato, MN
Masters Degree in Education

Occupation

Biology Teacher
Dock Worker
Pastor, Epworth United Methodist Church
Swiss Climbing Guide
Martial-Arts Instructor
Magician
Door Man
River Guide
Musician
Curriculum Developer
Sales Executive
Executive Vice President, Fairfield Research, Inc.
Chief Executive Officer, Fairfield Research Inc.
Author

Places Worked

Epworth United Methodist Church
Fairfield Research, Inc., Lincoln, NE
Gallup Research

Honors

Nominated into the Explorer's Club by Sir Edmund Hillary, 1986

Associations

National Outdoor Leadership Schools
Explorer's Club
Nebraska Outdoor Encounter

Bibliography

Dreams of the N'dorobo. 2003.
Prophets Reborn, a Gabe Turpin Adventure Mystery. 2007.
Gods of Eden: A Gabe Turpin Novel. 2012.
The Third Temple. 2013.
Soul Eaters of the Ganges. 2014.
Dance With the Devil. 2015.
Art of the Gods. 2017.

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