Washington District United Pentecostal Church International

Rev. David Da Pron

About Pastor Da Pron

Born May 7, 1951 South Beliot, Illinois.

Graduated from Palymra High School and then attended ABI College, St Paul, Mn.

Enlisted in the US Army 1971 and retired after 20 years in 1991.

Our military travels took us to many states and seven years in Europe with travel to Germany, Italy, France, Austria, Switzerland, Holland, and other locations.

Received my call to the ministry in Europe and was first licensed with the Military District International, under Bro. Nathaniel Urshan and Rev. Arlie Enis.

After leaving the military, received employment in the social services field with DSHS, State of Washington starting 1993 and happy to announce after 18 years my retirement December 30,2011.

We have served in many elected and appointed capacities, including:

  • Sunday School Director for Rev. Leonard Westberg, Junction City, Kansas – 1971-1972
  • Associate Minister K-Town Germany, with Rev Arlie Enis – 1972 -1975
  • Pastor Manheim Fellowship Germany – 1975-1976
  • Associate Minister, Rev Leonard Westberg, Kansas –1976-1978
  • Pastor, Budigen Fellowship Germany –1978-1981
  • Associate Minister, Federal Way, Rev Joe Parker –1981-1982
  • Associate Minister, Calvary Tabernacle, Honolulu, Hawaii-1982-1985
  • Bible School Teacher for three years, 2 nights a week at Calvary Bible School
  • Associate Minister, Federal Way, Rev. Joe Parker-1985-1987
  • Founding Pastor Lakewood UPC-1987 to present
  • I have served as Sect 4 Home Missions Director, Sect 4 Secretary, District Home Missions Secretary, District Home Missions Director 2006-2010 and newly elected Sect 4 Presbyter 2011.

My family includes my wife Susan of 41 years, three grown children, Andrew, Angela and Christina. We also enjoy our love our 8 grandchildren and love spending time with them.

My first love is my family and the ministry, serving as Pastor to the wonderful Saints of Lakewood UPC. When time allows, I enjoy golfing, traveling, and the fellowship of fellow ministers.


Section Four Presbyter

Rev. David Da Pron

Section Four Presbyter

Born May 7, 1951 South Beliot, Illinois.

Graduated from Palymra High School and then attended ABI College, St Paul, Mn.

Enlisted in the US Army 1971 and retired after 20 years in 1991.

Our military travels took us to many states and seven years in Europe with travel to Germany, Italy, France, Austria, Switzerland, Holland, and other locations.

Received my call to the ministry in Europe and was first licensed with the Military District International, under Bro. Nathaniel Urshan and Rev. Arlie Enis.

After leaving the military, received employment in the social services field with DSHS, State of Washington starting 1993 and happy to announce after 18 years my retirement December 30,2011.

We have served in many elected and appointed capacities, including:

  • Sunday School Director for Rev. Leonard Westberg, Junction City, Kansas – 1971-1972
  • Associate Minister K-Town Germany, with Rev Arlie Enis – 1972 -1975
  • Pastor Manheim Fellowship Germany – 1975-1976
  • Associate Minister, Rev Leonard Westberg, Kansas –1976-1978
  • Pastor, Budigen Fellowship Germany –1978-1981
  • Associate Minister, Federal Way, Rev Joe Parker –1981-1982
  • Associate Minister, Calvary Tabernacle, Honolulu, Hawaii-1982-1985
  • Bible School Teacher for three years, 2 nights a week at Calvary Bible School
  • Associate Minister, Federal Way, Rev. Joe Parker-1985-1987
  • Founding Pastor Lakewood UPC-1987 to present
  • I have served as Sect 4 Home Missions Director, Sect 4 Secretary, District Home Missions Secretary, District Home Missions Director 2006-2010 and newly elected Sect 4 Presbyter 2011.

My family includes my wife Susan of 41 years, three grown children, Andrew, Angela and Christina. We also enjoy our love our 8 grandchildren and love spending time with them.

My first love is my family and the ministry, serving as Pastor to the wonderful Saints of Lakewood UPC. When time allows, I enjoy golfing, traveling, and the fellowship of fellow ministers.