Robert D. Winter

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Robert D. Winter, age 71, of Faribault and formerly of Missouri, died on Sunday, March 21, 2010 at the St. Lucas Care Center.

Services will be held on Thursday, March 25, 2010 at 2 p.m. in the Boldt Funeral Home, Faribault with the Reverend Steven J. Kuehne, pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church, Faribault, officiating. Interment will be held at the Maple Lawn Cemetery, Faribault with the military rites provided by Central Veterans Association.

Visitation will be at will be held at the Boldt Funeral Home for two hours prior to the services on Thursday.

Robert Dean, the son of Henry U. and Anna B. (Burma) Winter, was born March 31, 1938 at Woden, Iowa. He married Nina Kay Beckett. He managed a mobile home park in Missouri.

He is survived by his wife, Kay of Knob Noster, MO; eight children, Cheryl (and Mark) Moriarity of Faribault, Connie (and Robert) Gersemehl of Faribault, Robert D. Winter II of Kileen, TX, Dawn (and Charles) Pickard of Cameron, MO, Theresa (and Mike) Maurer of South Haven, MN, Debbie Buster of IA, Randy (and Michelle) Winter of Knob Noster, MO and Rick Winter of MO; 27 grandchildren and 23 great grandchildren; siblings, LaVonne (and Loren) DuPont and Gerald Winter, both of Faribault, Doris Pontow of Thief River Falls, Donna Masche of Fertile, Carol Sparr of Stacey, Don Winter, Harvey (and Cheryl) Winter and Janet Winter, all of Faribault, John (and Pat) Winter of Minot, ND, Sharon (and Ed) Strobel of Waterville, Henry Winter Jr. of St. Paul, Ben (and Karen) Winter of Faribault, Leonard (and Lorrie) Winter of Kilkenny and Daniel (and Cindy) Winter of Faribault.

He was preceded in death by one daughter, Shelly Winter and one great grandson, Anthony Thompson.

 

 


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Name:
Terri Maurer
Email:
quietangel60@yahoo.com
Date:
Monday April 05, 2010

Memories

Though I did not "carry" the Winter name, Dad raised me as his own. The memories are too many to number and though we did sometimes "butted heads", he's always been "Dad" to me. A couple of my favorite memories are of Dad teaching me to roller skate and to polka. He always seemed to have patience and a grin or chuckle at the right time. Thank you Dad for being you and giving me the opportunity to learn the best things in life are free! I love and miss you Dad and am proud to say I'm your daughter. love, Terri

Name:
Jennifer Maurer
Email:
babygurl56304@hotmail.com
Date:
Tuesday March 23, 2010

Memories

Grandpa was a hard working,loving man that I will always remember. We took LOTS of family trips to see him,every single one was blast because he was such a cool Grandpa who took the time to be with us. Riding 3wheeler,playing baseball,just hanging out in the house, it was so much fun. This is the poem I wrote for you Grandpa, I love and miss you so much! I can't believe this day has come,that god led you to heaven and said your work here on earth is done. We will remember the good and forget the bad, Thank you god for the time that we have had. We laughed,we cried and shed hundreds of tears over the memories we have had with you Through all of these years.