Rev. Dr. Conrad “Doc” Black, a former St. Louis pastor who died of a heart attack at age 78, has been linked to a number of mysterious deaths.
According to his obituary, he had been a member of St. Mary’s Catholic Church, where he died in 1999.
The Rev. Black was married to a woman named Karen Black, but the couple divorced in 1997.
They divorced and were married again in 2000.
According the obit, they had two children: Karen Black and Rev. James “Jimmy” Black.
Rev. Blacks obit says his “health deteriorated rapidly” and he was taken off life support.
The obit also says he had a heart condition and had been hospitalized for heart problems.
The church, the Rev. White and his wife have not responded to requests for comment.
He was the pastor of the St. James Episcopal Church in North St. Clair.
According in his obituaries, Rev. Jim Black was a minister of the United Methodist Church, a leader in the local African American community, and the president of the Southern Methodist Episcopal Church.
According his obits, Revs.
Jim and Karen Black were married for 45 years.
He also had children.
His wife died in 2010.
In 2008, his obito listed him as a member in good standing of the North St Clair, Illinois, chapter of the NAACP.
The chapter had an office in St. Paul, Minnesota.
The NAACP did not respond to requests from Medical News Online for comment on the obituarist’s death.
Dr Black was pastor of St Joseph’s United Methodist Missionary Baptist Church in St Louis.
According obituations, he and his family lived in St Joseph, Missouri, but their home address was not listed on the home telephone directory.
The pastor’s obit lists him as the director of the hospital where he worked and as an active member of the local St. Joseph chapter of Black United Methodist.
He served as a chaplain to the local chapter of St Louis United Methodist, the local branch of the National Council of Churches and the St Joseph branch of Black.
The group is not a registered 501(c)(3) organization.
According, Dr Black did not have a medical license, and he did not register as a doctor.
He is survived by Karen Black.
He died on October 10, 2019.