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John David Wingenbach
Date of Death: December 31, 1969
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John D. Wingenbach John David Wingenbach, Jr., 85, died Monday, August 9, 2010, in Winchester Medical Center. Mr. Wingenbach was born in 1925, in Ithaca, New York, the son of the late John David Wingenbach, Sr. and Evelyn Josephine Sears. He was a Veteran who served first in the Navy then the Army Air Corps. …
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carol left a message on January 30, 2013:
Uncle John was an uncle I never really knew personally, but I knew him through Mom's eyes and heart. She lovingly has told me that he always called her " the brat." Memories of seeing him bring back the image of a strong, gentile man with a smile like his father's. My thoughts are with you all. Carol (Phalen) Penano
Lisa left a message on January 30, 2013:
David, Margery, Joseph and Thomas Our thoughts are with you during this time. I enjoyed your story about your father/grandfather in the past year still wanting his independence and getting around town - and at 85. Best wishes to your family, Lisa & Michelle Prodywus, James Simpson
Madeleine left a message on January 30, 2013:
I always liked uncle John's smile because sometimes he seemed so serious and formidable. It seems like our memories of him are tied to his coming to help us out. Richard and I will always remember when he came to get us when we got lost in a snowstorm trying to find our way to your house. We had only been married a couple of weeks and were on our way to Texas and got caught in a blinding snow storm on the belt way. Somehow we had made to a few blocks from your house but then got really disoriented and had to stop at a house and ask to use their phone to call you. The other time we got a flat tire just after leaving your house and Richard couldn't get the tire off and he came to our rescue again. Our prayers and thoughts have been with you.
carol penano left a message on August 12, 2010:
Uncle John was an uncle I never really knew personally, but I knew him through Mom's eyes and heart. She lovingly has told me that he always called her " the brat." Memories of seeing him bring back the image of a strong, gentile man with a smile like his father's. My thoughts are with you all. Carol (Phalen) Penano
Lisa Prodywus left a message on August 13, 2010:
David, Margery, Joseph and Thomas Our thoughts are with you during this time. I enjoyed your story about your father/grandfather in the past year still wanting his independence and getting around town - and at 85. Best wishes to your family, Lisa & Michelle Prodywus, James Simpson
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Sue Phalen Lavey left a message on August 24, 2010:
In honor of John David Wingenbach, Sue Phalen Lavey lit a candle.
Madeleine Conway left a message on October 24, 2010:
I always liked uncle John's smile because sometimes he seemed so serious and formidable. It seems like our memories of him are tied to his coming to help us out. Richard and I will always remember when he came to get us when we got lost in a snowstorm trying to find our way to your house. We had only been married a couple of weeks and were on our way to Texas and got caught in a blinding snow storm on the belt way. Somehow we had made to a few blocks from your house but then got really disoriented and had to stop at a house and ask to use their phone to call you. The other time we got a flat tire just after leaving your house and Richard couldn't get the tire off and he came to our rescue again. Our prayers and thoughts have been with you.
Omps Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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