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Subject: Actor Stephen Mines

Dies at 80
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Date Posted: Tuesday, July 23, 11:35:49am

1939 - 2019

Stephen D. Mines, of Grant Mi, age 80 passed away on Tuesday May 21, 2019. He was born in Muskegon, Michigan on February 3, 1939 to Stephen D and Bessie M (Reed) Mines. He was married to Michele (Maynard) Mines Stephen graduated high school from Muskegon Catholic Central in 1957 and also from Pasadena Play house in 1959. He served in the U.S. Army from 1962 til 1964. He went on with acting in the movies and TV until 1970 and moved on to ship building. He later was owner/operator of Custom Furniture and Artisan wood turnings. In 2004 Stephen returned to Muskegon and resumed his passion of wood turning. Stephen was an Adventurer, avid reader and researcher, and a machinery innovator. He was preceded in death by: father and mother, Stephen Mines and Bessie (Mines) McGrady, Robert Mines and Roumele Mines. Survived by wife Michele Mines, Son Stephen D Mines III, Sisters: Theresa Weller, Josephine (Ed) Olshaske, and Michael (Mary) McGrady and also many nephews and nieces. A celebration of life will be held at Lakeside Veterans Club 1777 Lakeshore Drive Muskegon MI on June 16 2019 between 1PM and 6 PM.

Published in Muskegon Chronicle on June 6, 2019.


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