Bishop William B. Caractor was born in New York City on April 18, 1948 and graduated from Freeport High School in 1965 and served in the U.S. Army from 1965 to 1968 as an Airborne Infantryman and spent a tour in Vietnam. Bishop Caractor continued his education by attending Hofstra University , where he received his B/S and M/S and heeding to the call of God, he attended Dickerson Theological Seminary on the campus of Allen University , where he received his Doctorate in Divinity. Bishop Caractor also attended Gupton Jones College of Mortuary Science where he received his A/S and continues to practice the art of embalming. Bishop Caractor was ordained in the African Methodist Episcopal Church and Pastored as a Itinerant Elder before founding Discovered Being Ministry, Incorporated where he is now the Presiding Bishop. Bishop Caractor is also a Civil Rights Activist in the area of Fair Housing. For Thirty-Five years, Bishop Caractor has filed legal briefs in the United States District Courts on behalf of people who felt they were discriminated against based on Race, Color, Religion, Familial Status and Handicap. Discovered Being Ministry, Incorporated is a not for profit organization as defined in section 501 c 3 of the Internal Revenue Tax Code and serves low income communities through the outreach program called C.L.O.W.N.S. Tutorial Program (Children, Love, Obedience, Wisdom, Nourishment, Success). Bishop Caractor is married to Reverend Helen MacDonald Caractor and is the father of five children, three by a previous marriage. Bishop Caractor has two children who are now in ministry. The Reverend Reggie Kaye Caractor and Evangelist Jacklyn C. Stevenson.
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