|Brinson, Stephen W., 59|
Died 11 May 1987
Burial in Kennard Cemetery
Veteran-World War II
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Stephen W. Brinson, 59, died May 11, 1987, in Omaha at Immanuel Hospital.
He was born in Groton, Connecticut, January 27, 1928, to Stephen and Edith M. (Trask) Brinson.
He attended and graduated from Groton Elementary and High Schools.
He attended the Jartford Conservatory School of Music to be a band leader before serving in World War II.
He moved to Omaha in 1949, and worked for Homes Freight Lines for 25 years.
On August 8, 1950, he married Ramona Maslonka in Kansas City, Missouri.
They resided in Council Bluffs, Iowa, until 1970, when they moved to the Blair-Kennard area. Because of ill health, they were moving to Omaha at the time of his death.
Survivors include wife Mona; a son, Stephen W. Brinson III of Fremont; two daughters, Mrs. Bud (Ramona "Squeaky") Bacon of Papillion, and Mrs. Pete (Stephene) Dinovo of Denver, Colorado; grandchildren Kimberly, Joseph and Jeffrey Bacon, Carm Marie Dinova and Joshua and Danielle Brinson; an aunt, Muriel Trask of Groton, and a brother, Fredrick "Skeeter" Bacon of Uncasvill, Connecticut.
Funeral services were held May 14 at 11 a.m. at Campbell Funeral Home in Blair.
Rev. Debra Thompsett and Rev. K.F. Kaleuati officiated.
Burial was in the Kennard Cemetery.
~~~ Obituary courtesy of the Washington County Genealogical Society. Newspaper clippings on file in the Blair Public Library at Blair, Nebraska.~~~
Note: Buried in Blk 7 Lot 3 Sp 2; Find a Grave Memorial # 26239342