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Stephen Vaughan Kinsey: An Obituary

A recent search of the Google Newspaper Archive revealed another lengthy article about Stephen Vaughan Kinsey of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.

The following obituary from "Page Three" of 3 November 1943 Saskatoon Star-Phoenix provides a fine synopsis of his life:

Steve Kinsey Dead at 89
The funeral of S. V. (Steve) Kinsey, 89, Saskatoon oldtimer who formerly lived at the Queen’s Hotel, will be held at the chapel of the Saskatoon Funeral Home at 2 o’clock, Thursday.  Mr. Kinsey died in Wolseley on Monday.  The funeral will be under Masonic auspices, and Rev. R. K. Sampson will officiate.
“Steve”, as Mr. Kinsey was affectionately known to his many friends in the city, came to Saskatoon in 1899 to run a creamery for James Leslie and James R. Wilson.  After service with the creamery, he was employed by the Grand Trunk Railroad as a pump man, and later served as a caretaker of the Masonic Temple, Fourth Avenue and Twenty-first Street.
Mr. Kinsey left Saskatoon in 1940 to live for a tim…

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