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Walter Preston Winget
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Birth: Aug. 25, 1942
Washington County
Oklahoma, USA
Death: Nov. 24, 1998
Tulsa County
Oklahoma, USA

Walter lived most of his life in the Bartlesville area and attended College High School. He married Cherryl Northweather on January 6, 1961. From this marriage three children were born, Walter Tracy, Sherilyn Fay and Jeffrey Alan.

Another son, Jacob was born by another marriage.

Walter served his country in the US Navy and was stationed on the aircraft carrier the USS Oriskany and did a tour in Viet Nam. After his stay in the Navy he attended college at Northeastern State University in Tahlequah, OK.

In 1979 he married Nancy Woods

Walter was preceded in death by his father Preston Winget and two sons Jeffrey Winget and Jacob Winget.

He is survied by his children Walter "Tracy" Winget and Sherilyn Hoeltzel, his mother Elvalee Winget, two special stepdaughters Julie Miller and Jodie Couch and seven grandchildren. Todd, Chelsea, Kelsea (twins) Charlea and Kaylea Hoeltzel, Alison and Kelley Winget, a brother James Lee Winget (twins) sister Jayne Marie Winget Hines.

Since his death there has been two more grandchildren born Abigale and Liberty Winget and four geat grandchildren Easton Blake Hoeltzel, Emma Belle Winget and Dallas Ayden Aguero and Case Meyers

Walter's mother is now deceased 
Family links: 
  Harry Preston Winget (1912 - 1986)
  Elvalee Martin Winget (1916 - 2009)
  Jeffrey Alan Winget (1964 - 1986)*
  Jacob Justin Winget (1973 - 1992)*
*Calculated relationship
Cremated, Ashes given to family or friend.
Created by: Cherryl Winget Gist
Record added: May 30, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 37697570
Walter Preston Winget
Added by: Cherryl Winget Gist
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- Karen Smith
 Added: Mar. 5, 2015
Rest in Peace in Paradise. Thank you for serving your nation during Vietnam. I know it must have been a rough tour of duty both there and when you returned. With Respect from Oregon,
- Kathie L. Webb Blair
 Added: Nov. 27, 2014
The American flag does not fly because the wind moves past it. The American flag flies from the last breath of each military member who has died protecting it. American soldiers don't fight because they hate what's in front of them...they fight because th...(Read more)
- Cherry
 Added: Nov. 10, 2014
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