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Donald Winegar

September 08, 1950 - January 01, 2011


12:30-1:00 P.M. Sunday, January 9 in Boulger Funeral Home, Fargo.

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1:00 P.M. Sunday, January 9 in Boulger Funeral Home, Fargo.


Boulger Funeral Home, Fargo.

Donald Winegar

September 08, 1950 - January 01, 2011


Donald Earl Winegar, age 60, passed away on January 1, 2011. Don was born September 8, 1950 to Leroy Samuel Spatz and Loretta Mae Huntington. At the age of 18 Don changed his surname to Winegar in honor of his step-father James Leon Winegar. Don served honorably in the United States Army as an operating room technician at Second General Hospital, Landstuhl, Germany during the Vietman War. Through all his years, Don never lost his devotion to the Word of God. He was a friend to all. He was preceded in death by his three parents, brother Larry, and sisters Nancy and Judy. Don is survived by three brothers Steve Winegar, Curtis Winegar, and Blake Winegar and four sisters Gina Winegar, Sammie (Richard) Olson, Ruth (Bill) Shields, and Becky Edens. His children Julius (Hisaka) Winegar, Benjamin (Julia) Winegar, Calla (Michael) Simms, Lilie (Jason) Schoenack, and Micah (Blanche) Winegar and 13 grandchildren: Taylor Steece, Michelle Schoenack, Justin Steece, Brinn Winegar, Calla-Gene Hughey, Shea Winegar, Carolyn Hughey, Wrehn Winegar, Alexander Winegar, Noah Schoenack, Juno Winegar, and Maiya Winegar.


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  1. Barbara Bue says:

    Fargo nd This great but humble man will be missed deeply by so many. I believe that you may want to visit Don’s Facebook Page….There are many more memories of Don than listed here.

  2. Valrie Putney says:

    Fargo ND
    I really enjoyed knowing Don. He was a very pleasant man and a great co-worker. I will miss him greatly.

  3. Ruth Marie Shields says:

    OregonTo the children of Donald,
    My thoughts are with you during this sad time of great loss. Your father, my brother, only touched my life briefly, but his likeness to our father makes him very special to me and my sisters. Perhaps you can find comfort in knowing that father and son are reunited at last and for all eternity. My prayers are with you,
    Your Aunt from Oregon
    Ruthie Shields

  4. Buffy Anderson says:

    Breckenridge MN
    Ben, Lilie, Julius, Calla and Micah-
    I am so sorry to hear of your fathers passing. He was a great man with a big heart.
    You will all be in my thoughts and prayers!
    With Greatest and Deepest sympathy

  5. Rebecca Edens says:

    Lake Oswego OregonI want the Family to know that my thoughts and prayers are with you. I wish that time and circumstance could have been different and that I could have known my Brother better. I talked about Him today with my friends. Not everyone understands individual choice or respects someone’s journey that differs. I think I do understand. I feel like I have a hole in my heart and a silence in my soul.
    Sincerely, Donald’s Sister – Your Aunt Becky in Oregon

  6. Sammie Olson says:

    Tillamook ORMy condolenses go out to Donald’s sons.

    Kind Regards,

    your aunt in Oregon

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