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Paul Winchell

Paul L Winchell

Saturday, May 23rd, 1931 - Saturday, February 15th, 2020
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Obituary

On the 15 th of February, 2020, Paul Loren Winchell, 88, made the transition from body to Spirit to join his maker at the Ocean of Love and Mercy.  He was clergy in his church for many years and served in many capacities.  He centered and participated in the highway transportation business. During this time, he logged millions of miles, and then became middle management for 17 years.  He and his wife Jacqueline (Jackie) operated a successful business based in North Carolina. Paul was born in Lucas County, Iowa, on May 23, 1931, son of John L Winchell and Ella Mae Greer.  He graduated in 1949 from Chariton High School, and served 4 years in the U.S. Navy during the Korean conflict, seeing combat in Inchon, Korea.  He received several service ribbons. Music was a passion of Paul’s, and he was very loving to everyone he knew. He was the middle child of five, from which two now survive, Francis Nussbaum of Iowa City and Earl Winchell of Chariton, IA.  Paul leaves 3 children, Layne Rene Weeks of Florida, Chett Winchell of Tennessee, and an adopted daughter, Cynthia Sue Varadi of Delaware.  Also surviving are 3 step-daughters, Deann Thoms of Bettendorf, IA, Dawn Whitten of Nebraska, and Darci Rice of Delaware, 10 grandchildren, 16 great-grandchildren, and 2 great-great grandchildren. A memorial service will be held at Quad City Eckankar Center, 523 – 16 th Street, Moline, IL 61265, on Saturday, February 22 nd , at 3:00 p.m.  In lieu of flowers, please make contributions to The Eck Center.
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Lorraine and Steve Klein

Posted at 12:00am
Our hearts go out to Jackie and family on Paul's passing. I've been trying to get in touch with them for months, and am sorry for your loss. If anyone can reunite me with dear Jackie, I'd be most grateful. Paul is a dear and special Soul. His gracious hospitality and kindness are fondly remembered. Today, in his honor, I'll enjoy cake and pie! As Paul said, "why can't we have both? " With our love, Lorraine and Steve spider1777@gmail.com 352-409-1777 PO Box 850, Altoona, FL 32702
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Shirley Foy

Posted at 12:00am
Let there be memories - fond recollections of special occasions and everyday things. Let your heart starts its journey to healing by feeling the comfort remembering brings. Let there be memories -pictures, mementos, and favorite stories both funny and sad. Let your mind wander the paths of remembrance, reliving the joys and the good times you've had. Let there be signs that our loved ones remain near in spirit long after they've gone. Tender, surprising and heart warming and welcome, sweet proof of the promise that love will live on. May warm memories surround you and bring you comfort.
With our love and deepest sympathy
Shirley and David Foy
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