Out of the Depths
Today, we'll take you "Out of the Depths" with Ed Harrell, a survivor of the WWII ship, the USS Indianapolis.
About the Guest
This week on the broadcast, we're re-airing some of 2005's most listened to broadcasts. Today, we'll take you "Out of the Depths" by listening to an interview with Ed Harrell, a survivor of the WWII ship, the USS Indianapolis. Hear about the sinking of this historic ship from an eyewitness who barely escaped with his life.
Ed HarrellEdgar Harrell owned and operated the Pella Window Company, Inc., Rock Island, Illinois for thirty-five years until his retirement in 1985. During the years 1970 to 1985, he served on the board of trustees of the Moody Bible Institute, in Chicago, Illinois, and has been a popular Bible teacher and lay minister throughout his adult life. He has enjoyed many years of fishing and big game hunting in the Rocky Mountains from Alaska to New Mexico, and currently resides in Clarksville, Tennessee with h...more
Today, we’ll take you “Out of the Depths” with Ed Harrell, a survivor of the WWII ship, the USS Indianapolis.
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