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Winifred “Winnie” D. Whitacre

Date of Death: July 14, 2013
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Friday 7/19, 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Kernstown United Methodist Church
3239 Valley Pike
Winchester, VA 22602
Saturday 7/20, 11:00 am


Winifred D. Whitacre             Mrs. Winifred D. “Winnie” Whitacre, of Winchester, Virginia, died Saturday, July 14, 2013, in Winchester Medical Center. She was born in Boyce, Virginia, the daughter of the late John T. and Minnie Dove.  She was a receptionist and secretary for Dr. Allen D. McCorkle for many years. Her husband, Doyle HardingContinue Reading

Sharon "Smokey"Gray left a message on June 16, 2016:
Dear cousin Chip-I tried to contact you and find out how Aunt Winnie was about ten months ago. I just saw where she had passed three years ago next month. I Thought she was one of the grandest ladies in America. If you get this...please email me. I'd just like to know how you are.
Ray and Judy Barton left a message on July 16, 2013:
Will miss seeing you walking, and always would stop and talk, now your home with God and the rest of your family. Rest in peace old friend.
John G. Whitacre left a message on July 18, 2013:
I always remember aunt Winnie as being a very dignified lady. She was well dressed, well mannered and polite. As an adult I enjoyed our infrequent, brief encounters and came away with a feeling of pride that I was related to this fine woman. In January 2011 she attended my mother's funeral, which touched me greatly.
Steve Sturm left a message on July 18, 2013:
Winnie was a best friend for 50 years. Her faith was in Christ, so we know where she is.
Pat Stonestreet left a message on July 20, 2013:
I worked with Winnie and she was a great friend. We shared the same birthday and often had dinner together to celebrate. Although I haven't seen her recently, the sweet memories will always be dear to my heart. With my sympathy and prayers.
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Betty Triplett left a message on July 20, 2013:
Chip and family I grew up on Woodland Avenue and years ago, I know for one summer I stayed with you while your parents worked, hopefully, you remember, cute kid as you took after your parents. I was young too but remember your parents being so attractive and in love. I am so very sorry.
Marshall Goldstein left a message on July 24, 2013:
Dear Chip and Family, I was so sorry to hear about the loss of your Mom. Winnie was the essence of dignified grace, class and professionalism. She set the bar very high for herself and others and everyone looked up to her as a role model and confidant. She had a wonderful sense of humor and and a very quick wit. She will be surely missed by all that had the pleasure of knowing her.
Omps Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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