boyden death announcement
LUMBER MAN Is Claimed By Death. Boyden Kinsey Formerly District Sales Head For Steel Company 111 For Long Time. Boyden Kinsey, Vice President of the Lockland Lumber Company, who formerly was district sales manager for the Jones and Laughlin Steel Corporation for a number of years, died late yesterday at Holmes Hospital after a long illness. Mr. Kinsey, who was 67 years old, had been comparatively inactive in business affairs in the last decade, although he retained the lumber firm connection. He lived at 313 Burns Avenue, Wyoming. Following his association with the steel company, Mr. Kinsey was with Frank Malick, real estate broker, for a time. He had dropped most of his club activities, but still be longed to the Cincinnati Club. He was a graduate of the University of Cincinnati. Surviving him are his widow, Mrs. Greta Stearns Kinsey; three sons, George Stearns Kinsey, Alfred Stephenson Kinsey, and Boyden, Jr.; two daughters, Mrs. John JC. LeBIond and Mrs. Van W. Knox, Jr., Toledo; two brothers, Robert, Chicago, and Charles, Xenia, Ohio, and three sisters, Mrs. Lewis M. Webb, Mrs. George E. Dimock, Elizabeth, N. J., and Miss Martha Kinsey, LaJolla, Calif. Arrangements for services will await the expected return on emer gency furlough of Boyden Kinsey, Jr., a pilot officer in the Royal Canadian Air Force, who ia on ground duty in Canada.