Clipped From The Brownsville Herald
a re- hoiii , T Â· DR. W. ,1. VINSANT SAN BENITO -- Dr. W. J. Vinsant, n long time resident of 3enilo, died in thc Dolly Vinsant Memorial Hospital Salurday morn- Dr. Vinsanl moved lo San Benlo in 1DI2 and was B praclicing physician until shortly before his dealh. He was a graduate of .he University of Tennessee mcd- 'cal school. He was a member of the American Medical Association, Ihe eron County Medical Socielv, Ixxlge No. 1661 of S;in licni'lu, San Renito Itolnry Club, The A- mci'ican Legion and Ihe Veterans nf Foreign Wars. He is survived by his wife, v j I J c a t r i c e Mae Vins.inl. to; nne son. Collin Vinsant. one daughter. Mrs. Lucille Jennings, Foil Worth; one sister, 224. streets In Alice Sfntcll. New Ftope, Ala., one grandson, Tommy Jenninui, Fort Worth, Funeral services will he conducted ir, the Kreldlcr-Ashcrnfl Chapel In San Benilo Monday nt 10 with the San Benlto Klks 1-odge In charge. Grnveside services In Mont IVfela Cemetery will be con- dueled by the American I-cgion. Active pall bearers will he Ciuil, Dr. T. .1. I.amolle. Arthur Moore, Clark Creps, Jim Sweeney, and Tommy C'ocke.