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BLAIR J. WINANDY

August 4, 1955 - June 7, 2018
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Funeral arrangements are pending.

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The American Cancer Society

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Oklahoma City, OK, 73123

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Blair J. Winandy, age 62, of Wheeling. Beloved husband of Theresa M., nee Schroeder; dear father of Benjamin; loving grandfather of Clay, Cole, and Arnold; fond brother of Karen (Bill) Dowling, Brett (Donna) Winandy, and the late Peter H. Winandy III; cherished son of the late Peter H. and Raetta, nee Santeler. Funeral arrangements areContinue Reading

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Tina Schroeder Shannon left a message on June 29, 2018:
Dear Aunt Terri, I remember you and Blair smiling in your garden together enjoying life with one another. Blair was a person who was always willing to help others. I will always remember his generosity and willingness to lend a hand whenever help was needed! You are in my prayers. I love you. xo
Susanne Clark thomas left a message on June 17, 2018:
Terri I am deeply sorry. I will pray for you to find peace
Joanne Benton left a message on June 12, 2018:
Terri, you were blessed with so many wonderful years with your best friend and husband...... I wish you blessings, love and strength in the days ahead
Sue Connors Babicz left a message on June 12, 2018:
Terri, I am so very sorry. I will keep you, Blair, and your families in my prayers.
Julie Spellman left a message on June 11, 2018:
To my sister Terri, and Blairs family, we are sorry for your loss. Blair was a kind and caring person who will be greatly missed in our family. He remained true to himself, loved our sister and their life together. They both loved the outdoors, camping, traveling, bike riding, and of course family, which those adventures were usually shared with. He lived a simple life, worked hard, and enjoyed his home and yard and Bud (the cat). He will be reunited with many loved ones, and a few loving (Sam) dogs that have gone before him. Mike and I have shared numerous occasions over the years, many laughs, many tears, and in the end, he was not afraid to meet his maker, just wanted to make sure his bride would be okay. He was a good, loving man who left us in peace and with many, many memories of good times had. RIP Blair, you are in good hands now, and Terri will be ok, we will make sure of that.
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Theresa Winandy left a message on June 9, 2018:
for you my forever love!
Theresa Winandy left a message on June 9, 2018:
My dear Blair, we will meet again in our permanent residence when its time comes. You will always be right with me and I love & miss you soooooo!
Theresa Winandy left a message on June 9, 2018:
My dear Blair, we will be together again in our new permanent residence when the time will come. Your always with me and I love you soooooo!!! your pumpkin!
Theresa Winandy left a message on June 9, 2018:
my dear Blair, we will meet again at our permanent residence in heaven with our family and friends! You will always be with me my love!!!!
Sean and Amy Murphy left a message on June 9, 2018:
Blair, you were a kind and generous soul. May you Rest In Peace.
mark leikam left a message on June 9, 2018:
I am proud to say I've known him for a long time. It is sad that his last year left (as doc said) did not happen. Condolences, Terri..
Jim Dobbs left a message on June 9, 2018:
You and Blair were such brave souls as you traveled through this final hardship of your long life together. God Bless you both. Love Jim and Jan Dobbs
Henry schroeder left a message on June 9, 2018:
Miss ya...see you again some day.
Sue Geanuleas left a message on June 8, 2018:
Blair was a kind, generous, and brave soul who loved and cherished his family and many friends. He was an exceptionally skilled and meticulous carpenter (among many other talents) and together with his wife, Terri, thoroughly enjoyed the outdoors--biking, camping, and gardening. May God bless him and his family. He will be missed.
Haben Funeral Home & Crematory left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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