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Dear Todd,
So sorry to hear of your Dad's passing. My parents Bob and Phyl loved your parents with all their hearts. They had the best of times and I know they are all dancing with the Angels now. It was a blessing to have known such special individuals. With deepest sympathy.

Shelley Westman Ralston

Posted by: Shelley Ralston - Naples, FL   Mar 10, 2020

Todd, we are so sorry to hear about your dad's passing. My family was the last to live in your old home on Old Grand Haven Rd,on the other side of the duplex from your dad's dentist office. He was a very kind man and a very thoughtful landlord.

Posted by: Ann Saari - Norton Shores, MI   Mar 01, 2020

I so very sorry for your loss. I will always remember your dad's laugh and bright smile. Hold tight to your memories of good times spent with him over the past several years.

Posted by: Heather Brolick - Muskegon, MI - Friend   Feb 24, 2020

Todd, so sorry to hear about Colonel's death. What a delightful man he was. He and Pat were terrific neighbors, even adopting our dog! He was a valued member of Muskegon Rotary and it was always special when he was at a meeting, lots of stories there. We're thinking of you and hope to continue seeing you in Muskegon.

Posted by: Nancy Crandall - Muskegon, MI - friend   Feb 23, 2020

as a server at the MCC when ever he would come in he brought his smile his laugh and I used to all tell him you don't call you don't write and we would laugh and laugh prayers go out to you Todd your father loved you so very much and was sooo very happy when you came in with him to the club..the world will miss his laugh....Julie Tardi (Jewels)

Posted by: A friend   Feb 21, 2020

Todd, So very sad to learn my dear friend has passed away. My memories are endless. I am so blessed to have known your father. Sincerely, Cheryl

Posted by: A friend   Feb 19, 2020

Todd, I took care of Patti at Simarron, for many years Colonel was so good to the staff and residents of our home. He Loved Patty and took such great care of her. I say in touch with many of the girls and I will assure you your dad was a loved guy by all of the staff. Heaven has gained an angel. He is back with Patti now. I'm sure they are holding hands right now, listening to music. take care, Sandy Becker

Posted by: sandy Becker - muskegon, MI - Friend   Feb 18, 2020


Colonel was a gentleman and a scholar in every sense of the words. It was an honor to know him and a pleasure to see him every single time. Always a joke and a smile and yes that laugh. Jodi and I send our love.

Dale Clock

Posted by: Dale Clock - Muskegon, MI   Feb 17, 2020

The Winnick's were great neighbors. My twin sister Ann and I enjoyed playing with Todd.

Posted by: Mary Norris (Ostradick) - Hicksville, NY - Acquaintance   Feb 17, 2020

The "Colonel" lived up to his name in a most honorable way.My late husband, Gary Ostrom, past president of Muskegon's Rotary Club, valued the service of Colonel Winnick to Muskegon's chapter of Rotary. May you take and hold dear to your heart, warm memories of "the Colonel." He made Muskegon, MI a better place!

Posted by: Kay Ostrom - Norton Shores, MI - Acquaintance   Feb 17, 2020