John Mott– How Did the Religious Leader Die?

John Mott died at age 89, impressive. Check out the death cause, death date, and more facts about the circumstances surrounding religious leader John Mott's death.

Biography - A Short Wiki

American religious figure and leader of the YMCA. He received the Nobel Peace Prize in 1946 for his work in establishing and strengthening international Protestant Christian student organizations that worked to promote peace.

He was a chief figure at the World missionary Conference in 1910.

He was offered free passage on the Titanic in 1912 but turned it down in favor of a more humble liner.

How did John Mott die?

Information about the death of John Mott
Cause of deathN/A
Age of death89 years
ProfessionReligious Leader
BirthdayMay 25, 1865
Death dateJanuary 31, 1955
Place of deathOrlando, Florida, United States
Place of burialN/A


"There is an irresistible demand to strengthen the leadership of the constructive forces of the world at the present momentous time. This is true because of stupendous, almost unbelievable changes which have taken place in recent years on every continent."

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"As the President has indicated, my life has been a life of travel - for 60 years constantly moving over the wide world on journeys which first and last have taken me to 83 countries, and, what is more significant, to most of them again and again."

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"Among the qualities most needed among those who aspire to true leadership in the fostering of peace and goodwill among the nations and in overcoming racial and religious antagonism is the cooperative spirit and objective."

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"Of front-line importance among the most contagious and enduring traits of the leaders of nations and of all callings is that of spotless character."

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"A most highly multiplying trait in point of far-reaching influences is that of ability to discover and use strong men. This trait stands out impressively in Rothschild's 'Lincoln, Master of Men'."

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