| Overall UK Wins: 2 | Overall UK Losses: 1 | Win % 66.6 |
Date of Birth: February 6, 1888
Date of Death: October 14, 1969
Hometown: Buffalo, MO
Alma Mater: Transylvania 
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|1/23/1915||Louisville at Kentucky||W||18 - 14||-||-||-||-||0||0||-||George Tinsley (Transylvania)|
|2/12/1915||Vanderbilt at Kentucky||L||34 - 39||-||-||14||13||0||0||-||Referee - Eugene King (Transylvania) and Timekeeper - George Tinsley (Transylvania)|
|2/13/1915||Vanderbilt at Kentucky||W||36 - 24||-||-||14||10||0||0||-||Eugene King and George Tinsley|
Obituary - Long Beach (CA) Independent (October 16, 1969)
Last Rites Sunday for Rev. G.F. Tinsley
Services will be Sunday at 3 p.m. in East Side Christian Church for Rev. George F. Tinsley, 81, popular minister emeritus of the church and a leading architect of Long Beach's released time religious education program. He died Tuesday after a brief illness.
A native of Buffalo, Mo., where he was ordained at the age of 20, Rev. Tinsley's 62 years in the ministry included leadership of the California youth program of the Christian Church, Disciples of Christ.
He came to East Side Christian Church in 1942 and retired from the pastoral ministry in 1957, though continuing to help with visitation work and occasional guest sermons. He was chairman of the committee which established released-time religious instruction in Long Beach schools, bringing together the Council of Churches, Roman Catholics and Protestant evangelical churches for the purpose.
Two years ago Rev. Tinsley moved to the California Christian Home at Roseincad. There his wife and co-worker Mamie died a year ago. They had been married 57 years.
Rev. Tinsley, a fifth-generation preacher in he Christian Church, who came in his words from a background of "preachers, teachers and farmer," is survived by two brothers, J.B. and Ellis, and five sisters, Mrs. P.A. Bennett, Mrs. Oscar Olsen, Mrs. Neal K. McGowan, Mrs. William Gause.
Bolton & Son Mortuary is in charge of the funeral. Rev. Paul McBride, current East Side pastor, will officiate, with remarks by Dr. Kelly O'Neall, a denominational leader.
The family suggests memorial contributions to California Christian Home.