Historical records matching Ruth J. (Clements) Steacy
About Ruth J. (Clements) Steacy
Ruth Jeanette Clements
Ruth Jeanette Clements was born in Vancouver on November 23, 1898.
On July 7, 1921, in Vancouver, she married Newton Phillips Steacy, who was a commercial traveller with the W.H. Malkin Company. He was born in Vancouver on October 30, 1896. His father was Albert Richard Steacy (1859-1926), who was a school teacher. Newton’s mother was Frances Adelaide Phillips (1862-1923).
Newton later became a local manager for Borden Co. Ltd. From 1956 to 1960 he was the Minister of Agriculture in the Social Credit government. After leaving politics, Newton was British Columbia’s trade commissioner in San Francisco.
Newton died in Marin County, California, on July 7, 1969.
Ruth died in North Vancouver, British Columbia, on September 20, 1969.
Newton and Ruth had four children: Ruth A. Steacy; Archie M. Steacy, Newton Clements Steacy and Gerald Phillips Steacy.