Discoverer of the pasteurization process
According to Wikipedia,
Thomas Bramwell Welch was a British–American Methodist minister and dentist. He pioneered the use of pasteurization as a means of preventing the fermentation of grape juice. He persuaded local churches to adopt this non-alcoholic wine substitute for use in Holy Communion, calling it "Dr. Welch's Unfermented Wine". The company he founded is now called Welch's.
Thomas Bramwell Welch is affiliated with the following schools: