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Charles Wesley Triplitt
Date of Death: December 31, 1969
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Charles W. Triplitt Charles Wesley Triplitt, 86, of Winchester, Virginia, died Wednesday, May 4, 2011, in his home. Mr. Triplitt was born in 1924, in Winchester, Virginia, the son of the late Charles Irvon and Mary Ann Triplitt. He attended Charles Town High School. Mr. Triplitt was an Industrial Equipment Salesman retiring in 1991. Mr. …
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Pamela left a message on January 30, 2013:
Wes was a gentleman in every way. He worked with my Mom and was a special friend to the Everett family. Every day I drove by Parkway Ave I thought about him, but only called him once since I moved back to Winchester. My loss..... I know he had a mighty love for Regina!
public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
My wife and I were neighbors of Wes for 17 years. He was wonderfully gracious, engaging, and considerate. It was always a pleasure to see him sitting on his porch, and one could never resist taking the time to talk with him. We will miss his friendly presence, and we extend our heartfelt sympathy to Wes's loved ones. Without a doubt, our street, and our entire community, is the poorer for losing Wes Triplett. God's peace.....Mitch and Suzie Hubbard
public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
My family, Doug, Betty, Karen and myself Kim Russell lived on Parkway with the Triplett Family for many years. There was always a good time and a smiling face when I would go to the house to play with Jocelyn. Wes and Regina were always welcoming me into their home and I loved playing in the back yard for hours on end, riding bikes on the concrete patio out back. Jocelyn I will keep you and your family in my prayers. Mom passed away 4 yrs ago and I can still hear her voice!! They will all be forever part of the Parkway Crew!!! All my thoughts and prayers...Love Kim Russel Stroop and Family
Pamela Turcotte left a message on May 6, 2011:
Wes was a gentleman in every way. He worked with my Mom and was a special friend to the Everett family. Every day I drove by Parkway Ave I thought about him, but only called him once since I moved back to Winchester. My loss..... I know he had a mighty love for Regina!
Mitchell Hubbard left a message on May 7, 2011:
My wife and I were neighbors of Wes for 17 years. He was wonderfully gracious, engaging, and considerate. It was always a pleasure to see him sitting on his porch, and one could never resist taking the time to talk with him. We will miss his friendly presence, and we extend our heartfelt sympathy to Wes's loved ones. Without a doubt, our street, and our entire community, is the poorer for losing Wes Triplett. God's peace.....Mitch and Suzie Hubbard
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Kimberly Russell Stroop left a message on May 15, 2011:
My family, Doug, Betty, Karen and myself Kim Russell lived on Parkway with the Triplett Family for many years. There was always a good time and a smiling face when I would go to the house to play with Jocelyn. Wes and Regina were always welcoming me into their home and I loved playing in the back yard for hours on end, riding bikes on the concrete patio out back. Jocelyn I will keep you and your family in my prayers. Mom passed away 4 yrs ago and I can still hear her voice!! They will all be forever part of the Parkway Crew!!! All my thoughts and prayers...Love Kim Russel Stroop and Family
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