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 William P “Wink” Winkenhofer

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William P “Wink” Winkenhofer

Birth
Death
6 Apr 2002 (aged 63)
Burial
Marietta, Cobb County, Georgia, USA
Memorial ID
80854024 View Source

From the "Calhoun Times", April 13, 2002

Mr. William P. "Wink" Winkenhofer, 63, of Kennesaw died Monday, April 8, 2002.

He was a native of Bowling Green, Ky., and moved to Atlanta in 1941. He moved to Cobb County when he was first employed by Hay Funeral Home, now known as Hay-Gantt Funeral Home in Marietta. He worked with Mr Hay until 1965 and then was employed by Collins Funeral Home in Acworth. In 1967, he went to manage Sanders Funeral Home, now known as Carmichael Funeral Home in Smyrna. In 1972, he founded the Winkenhofer-McCurdy funeral Home and expanded to Winkenhofer-Smyrna, Winkenhofer-Pine Ridge, and Winkenhofer-Flint Hill and Roberts-Winkenhofer Funeral Home in Knoxville, Tenn. He had worked with Hay-Gantt and Collins funeral homes for the past five years. He currently served on the board of the North Georgia State Fair and had served on the Cobb County Water Authority. He was a past president of the Ambulance Providers of Georgia, past president of Smyrna Business Association. He was a member of the New Salem Baptist Church and was a U. S. Army veteran.

Survivors include his wife, Barbara Winkenhofer of Kennesaw; a daughter, Kelly Winkenhofer of Kennesaw; sons Harry Nettles III of Marathon, Fla.; George Nettles of Smyrna; Mark Allen Nettles of Stanfield, N.C.; and Chuck Taylor of White Lake, Mich.; a sister, Rita Goodson of McDonough; a brother, Carl Winkenhofer of West Palm Beath, Fla.; and grandchildren, Tyler Beltz, Jennifer Nettles, Jodie Nettles, Kelly Ann Belcher, Amy Simmons, and Roger May.

Funeral was Thursday, April 11, at 11 a.m. at New Salem Baptist Church in Kennesaw, with the Revs. Billy Rayburn and J. T. Hollingshed officiating. Interment was in Kennesaw Memorial Park Cemetery.
This announcement is made as a courtesy of Calhoun Chapel of Ponders Funeral Home.

From the "Calhoun Times", April 13, 2002

Mr. William P. "Wink" Winkenhofer, 63, of Kennesaw died Monday, April 8, 2002.

He was a native of Bowling Green, Ky., and moved to Atlanta in 1941. He moved to Cobb County when he was first employed by Hay Funeral Home, now known as Hay-Gantt Funeral Home in Marietta. He worked with Mr Hay until 1965 and then was employed by Collins Funeral Home in Acworth. In 1967, he went to manage Sanders Funeral Home, now known as Carmichael Funeral Home in Smyrna. In 1972, he founded the Winkenhofer-McCurdy funeral Home and expanded to Winkenhofer-Smyrna, Winkenhofer-Pine Ridge, and Winkenhofer-Flint Hill and Roberts-Winkenhofer Funeral Home in Knoxville, Tenn. He had worked with Hay-Gantt and Collins funeral homes for the past five years. He currently served on the board of the North Georgia State Fair and had served on the Cobb County Water Authority. He was a past president of the Ambulance Providers of Georgia, past president of Smyrna Business Association. He was a member of the New Salem Baptist Church and was a U. S. Army veteran.

Survivors include his wife, Barbara Winkenhofer of Kennesaw; a daughter, Kelly Winkenhofer of Kennesaw; sons Harry Nettles III of Marathon, Fla.; George Nettles of Smyrna; Mark Allen Nettles of Stanfield, N.C.; and Chuck Taylor of White Lake, Mich.; a sister, Rita Goodson of McDonough; a brother, Carl Winkenhofer of West Palm Beath, Fla.; and grandchildren, Tyler Beltz, Jennifer Nettles, Jodie Nettles, Kelly Ann Belcher, Amy Simmons, and Roger May.

Funeral was Thursday, April 11, at 11 a.m. at New Salem Baptist Church in Kennesaw, with the Revs. Billy Rayburn and J. T. Hollingshed officiating. Interment was in Kennesaw Memorial Park Cemetery.
This announcement is made as a courtesy of Calhoun Chapel of Ponders Funeral Home.


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