|16 January 2016 80–81) (aged
|Cranmer Hall, Durham
Timothy Yates (1935 – 16 January 2016) was a British canon, theological educator, missiologist and historian.
Yates was the Warden of Cranmer Hall, the Anglican theological college that forms part of St John's College, Durham, from 1971 to 1979.Under his headship, the college first admitted women in 1973. In 1979, he wrote the first history of the college in celebration of its 70th anniversary. From 2008 until his death, he was a member of the college's Development Board, fundraising and consulting on a proposed Learning Resource Centre.
He died on 16 January 2016.A public service of thanksgiving was held on 2 February, and a private memorial and burial was held for his family during the next school holiday.
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