Obit: Kenyon, Myron #2 (1890 – 1972)


Surnames: Kenyon, Antrim, Schmidt, Humke

----Source: Tribune/Record/Gleaner (Loyal, Wis.) 14 Sep 1972

Kenyon, Myron (29 APR 1890 – 08 SEP 1972)

Funeral services were held Monday morning at 11:00 a.m. at Grace United Methodist Church in Greenwood for Myron Kenyon, 82, who passed away at 8 p.m. Friday at the Memorial Home in Neillsville, where he had been since June 19, 1972.

The Rev. Eugene Antrim officiated and burial was made in Forest Cemetery in Stevens Point.

Hill Funeral Home had charge of funeral arrangements. Masonic services were conducted there Sunday morning.

Mr. Kenyon was born April 29, 1890.

He was a director and vice president of the Farmers and Merchants Bank in Greenwood (Clark Co., Wis.), was treasurer and trustee of the United Methodist Church in Greenwood, and a director of the Clark County Taxpayers Association since his retirement in 1969.

Active in Masonic affairs, Mr. Kenyon was a member of the Greenwood Masonic Lodge, Neillsville Chapter of Royal Arch Masons, Neillsville Commandry, Knights Templar, Order of the Easter Star, of which he was a past patron and chaplain. He was past master of the Greenwood Lodge No. 249, and past commander of the Neillsville Commandry. He was also a member of the Eau Claire Consistory and a 32 degree mason. He was also a past member of the Grand Commandry, Knights Templar of State of Wisconsin.

Mr. Kenyon was a depot agent for Soo Line Railroad in Greenwood until his retirement.

Mr. Kenyon is survived by his wife, the former Elizabeth Schmidt; a daughter, Mrs. Harvey (Betty) Humke, Green Bay; a son, Lloyd, Newport Richie, Florida, and three grandchildren.

One sister preceded him in death.



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