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McKinsey - Glen

Source: Crawfordsville Journal Review 31 May 1951 p 5 typed by Walt W

Glen M. McKinzey, 61, of 1012 Kimber, died Wednesday morning (May 30, 1951) at General Hospital in Indianapolis where he was taken following a heart attack. He was in Indianapolis to view the annual 500-mile Memorial Day classic but was stricken prior to going to the race track. Mr. McKinzey was a native of Crawfordsville and formerly operated a barbershop there. He had been a resident of Danville about 14 years and owned his barbershop at Kimber and N. Logan. Funeral services will be at 10:30 a. m. Saturday at Barrick & Sons Funeral Home and burial will be in Masonic Cemetery at Waynetown. He was born Oct. 2, 1889 at Crawfordsville, the son of Henry and Renda Keeling McKinzey. Survivors include the wife, Agnes; the mother, Mrs. Renda Fletcher of Veedersburg, two sisters, Mrs. Pearl Sheets and Mrs. Eva Hicks, both of Veedersburg; and a half-sister, Mildred Boyan of Chicago. He was a member of the Evangelical United Brethren Church. The body is at the funeral home.

Source: Unknown newspaper - included in the Waynetown Masonic Cemetery database

Veedersburg - Glenn McKinzey, 59 years old, died in an ambulance on the way to General Hospital in Indianapolis Tuesday night after he was suddenly taken ill near the entrance to the Indianapolis Motor SPeedway. He had gone to the track Tuesday night, having traveled as far as Crawfordsville with his wife who was visiting relatives there. He had not been ill.  A farmer near Danville, Ill, Mrs. McKinzey had spent most of his life in the Veedersburg vicinity.  He was born near Wallace Oct 2, 1891 the son of Henry and Rinda Keeling McKinzey. He was married to Agnes Wilson of Crawfordsville who survives. Other survivors include the mother, Mrs. Rinda FLetcher of Veedersburg and two sisters, Mrs. Eva Hicks and Mrs. Pearl Sheets, also of Veedersburg.  Funeral arrnagements are incomplete.  

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