Peter P Winandy

May 5, 1918 - April 6, 2009
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Peter P. Winandy, age 90 of Merrillville, passed away on Monday, April 6, 2009. Peter is survived by his loving wife of 43 years, Edith Kathleen Winandy of Merrillville; son, Peter Shawndee Winandy of Peosta, IA; three step-sons: Jay Jill Simpson of South Bend, IN, Tom Becky Simpson of Brownsburg, IN and Bob Susie SimpsonContinue Reading

roberta left a message on April 20, 2009:
i always called him my favoritetis uncle when i was little. he call me princess and sue was duchess. he was full of life, joy and mischief. i think of him whenever i hear an harmonica.
Sister Janet Winandy left a message on April 17, 2009:
My prayers and sincere condolences go to you, Aunt Kathleen. Uncle Pete was one of my favorite uncles. I remember him from when I was a very small girl. He used to make beautiful wreathes and bouquets in the Winandy Greenhouse. I loved to watch him and ask him questions about the pretty flowers. He came several times to visit us in Phoenix. I loved to hear him play the harmonica and the piano by ear. He was a neat, generous and happy person. He always wrote in my birthday and Christmas cards, There may be snow on the roof, but there is still coal in the belly! Love and prayers to Peter Jr., Aunt Kathleen and all the family.
Carol & Joe Miranda left a message on April 10, 2009:
Dear Aunt Kathleen, What I remember most about Uncle Pete was the time we spent with him during holidays. That big, famous grin of his was so infectious. I wish there was some way of helping you through the days and weeks and months ahead. We love you very much, Carol & Joe
Janice & Tony Lanham left a message on April 9, 2009:
Pete, I am sorry for you loss. My mother left this world a year ago, here was her saying God will never put more on your shoulders than you can handle. Try to always remember the good times. Love ones always live in our hearts. Our prayers are with you and your family.
James Jahn left a message on April 9, 2009:
Aunt Kathleen and family: My wife Karla and sons Andrew and Alec and I want to express our deepest sympathy in the loss of my Uncle Pete. I recall fondly having him visit my mother, Catherine, his only sister, at our house regularly in the mid-late 50's during summer vacations. He drove Studebaker coupes as a bachelor, and I always admired his cars. He would let me run my fingers through his wavy hair. He was such a pleasant person to be around. I always enjoyed his visits. Rest in peace Uncle Pete.
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Mark, Ann, & Dominick Klusman left a message on April 8, 2009:
You have our deepest sympathies. This is a difficult time and we will keep your family in our prayers.
Jim Gilbert left a message on April 8, 2009:
I feel your pain. If you ever need anything just let me know
Richard Fiebelkorn left a message on April 7, 2009:
Pete I am so Sorry to hear of your loss. I will never forget the camping trips your Dad and Mom took us on every year. Your Dad was a Great Guy! With Deepest Sympathy Rich Fiebelkorn and Family
Bob & Evelyn Owens left a message on April 7, 2009:
Kay, May God bless you in your time of sorry, and may Pete rest in His loving arms. Bob & Ev
Lisa Bruno left a message on April 7, 2009:
I am so sorry for your loss. My parents called me today to let me know when they saw it in the newspaper. We talked about all of the band trips that we were on together. I hope that you find comfort.
Geisen Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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