Kinsee Houston Obituary, Death – Kinsee Houston of Utah has passed away. After completing his schooling at the University of Houston in 1992 and at the Texas Chiropractic College in 1995, he went on to work as a chiropractor in a number of locations, some of which include Port Lavaca, Austin, Houston, and Pearland, amongst others.
Among the cities he worked in were Port Lavaca, Austin, Houston, and Pearland. Not only did he take pleasure in conversing with his patients, but he also took pleasure in conversing with people from a wide range of other walks of life. He was a doctor, and he enjoyed talking to his patients. It was well known that Dr. Kinsey possessed an outgoing personality, and this trait was evident in both his personal life and his professional life. Both of these contexts attributed him to have this characteristic.
Because he was honest and upheld the sterling image he had worked so hard to establish, he was able to provide his patients with superior medical attention. Clinton found that utilizing his Xbox to play Guitar Hero video games was the most pleasurable way for him to pass the time while he was waiting.
The fact that he owned a number of different guitars, in addition to a sound system and microphones, was advantageous to the event as a whole. He showered Vince, his cat of eight years, with all of the love and affection he could possibly muster. Those who cared deeply for Clinton and shared a strong relationship with him are going to feel a profound sense of loss as a result of his passing.
He is survived by his parents, Frank (Rusty), and Carol Kinsey, as well as his stepbrother, Scott Pensyl and his wife, Emily Savino; his uncles and aunts, Chuck and Barbara Kinsey, John and Nancy Kinsey, and Suzanne Kinsey Holcombe; and his cousins, Wade and Charlie Kinsey, Sara Kinsey Collins, Jill Kinsey, Jenny Erck, and Crystal Bancom.