Clipped From Corsicana Daily Sun
1 Aged Methodist Minister Dies Rev. Wallace Vinsant, 87, Ions- time Central Texas Methodist mia- ister, died at his home in Waco Monday night. Funeral services will bo hel from the First Methodist chur? in Waco Wednesday at 10 a. n.. Burial will be in the Rosemound cemetery in Waco. The rites will be conducted by g Rev. Maggard B. Howell, pastor, '" and Dr. D. L. McCree, Methodist minister. Rev. Vinsant served in the Central Methodist conference for 62 years in McLennan, Hill and Limestone counties. Surviving are his wife of Waco; three sons, O. C. Vinsant, Oklahoma City; Granville Vinsant, Fort Worth, and Newell W. Vinsant, Dallas; five daughters, Mrs. Irons Daniel, Mrs. Ethel Rhodes, Mrs. Ruth Love and Mrs. Keren Hunter, all of Waco, and Mrs. Estiier Mitchell, Temple; a brother, Ben Vinsant, Kansas City, Mo.; 13 grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren. Wllkerson-Hatch directs.