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Ronald Winter

February 7, 1952 – December 31, 2017

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With many Blessings, in God's Love
Anita L Fernald - Thursday February 15, 2018 via Memorial Candle
Although we were only married for 2 years, these were the happiest 2 years of my life. Our ability to make each other laugh, to talk as equals, to love passionately, was something I never thought I would ever have or experience. My love, I miss you so.
Stephanie - Sunday January 14, 2018 via Memorial Tree
Ron will be in our hearts and memories always. He made Stephanie so happy! We are grateful for all the love he shared with all of us.
The Lufkin Family - Thursday January 04, 2018 via Memorial Candle
My thoughts and prayers to the Winter family at this difficult time.
Andrea margareci - Thursday January 04, 2018 via Condolence Message
We are devastated by the passing of our long-time neighbour and friend on Lake Boon. We have many wonderful memories of Ron and his many talents. We are happy to learn that he pursued his dreams and lived a peaceful and enviable life in Owls Head, Maine. Our sincerest condolences and love to Roberta and William and family.
Vicki and Bill Blake - Thursday January 04, 2018 via Condolence Message
You will forever and always be in my heart. My memories of you are strong and will never fade away. As a child, you taught me how to be strong and independent. Those are two characteristics that I will pass along to your grandchildren. We had a unique relationship in the sense that you treated me as an equal and never expected anything less. From your push-up challenges to swimming across Lake Boon (I don’t believe I ever did it myself but I admired you from the shore!) to major house projects involving William and myself to personal development; you set the bar high. And we cannot forget that I get my rebelliousness from you!!! I will keep it PG-13: driving 100mph in your corvette, house parties (you may only have found out about one of... many), off-roading in suburbans, tattoos and piercings, etcetera. Does that count as confession? But you knew about those things. Back to you. I’m not sure if a Thank You was ever said for everything you have given me. You once told me, during a rough patch in life where we had three-hour phone calls, that you felt as though you were not there enough for me during my childhood. I will say Thank You again. Because you were. You were my father, and you were there from my father-daughter dances in grade school right up to the custom-built nightstands for your grandchildren’s bedrooms. That is your way of giving a piece of you. I love you, dad.
Roberta Westerman - Thursday January 04, 2018 via Condolence Message
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