KENYON, Ron




Author Tags: Business

A retired newspaperman, Ron Kenyon worked for the Halifax Herald, Sudbury Star, London Free Press, The Canadian Press, Toronto Telegram, Toronto Star and The Sunday Times (England. He was the first Canadian member of the National Association of Science Writers, U.S.A. and remained an active member for 20 years. His wife Sheila published small newspapers in Ontario and B.C.

CITY/TOWN: Lake Cowichan B.C

DATE OF BIRTH: March 15 1921

PLACE OF BIRTH: Hartlepool, England

ARRIVAL IN CANADA: 1932

ARRIVAL IN BRITISH COLUMBIA: 1985

EMPLOYMENT OTHER THAN WRITING: public relations

BIBLIOGRAPHY:

A Private Concern by W.W. Seccombe (ghost written) 1974 ISBN 0-919324-17-7

To the Credit of the People -- A history of the Credit Union movement in Ontario. Published 1976 for the Ontario Credit Union League. Printed casebound version and paperback. No ISBN

The Golden Years of Trucking -- A history of the Ontario trucking industry for the Ontario Trucking Association published by the Association. 1977 ISBN paperback 0-9690748-0-8 casebound 0-9690748-1-6

The Magic Years. An autobiography self-published 1998 ISBN 0-9682788-0-9.

[BCBW 2003] "Business"