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David Winebrenner

September 2, 1945 — May 27, 2013

David F. Winebrenner , 67, of Frostburg, passed away Monday, May 27, 2013 at WMHS Regional Medical Center.

Born September 2, 1945 in Mt. Savage to William Joseph “Darb” Winebrenner and Eleanor (Winebrenner) Winebrenner. He is preceded in death by his parents; a sister, Arvada Winebrenner; and two brothers, Bernard Joseph Winebrenner and Roger Winebrenner.

Mr. Winebrenner was a member of St. Michaels Catholic Church and retired from Mt. Savage Refractories as a Press Operator. He is a lifetime member of Piney Mountain Sports Association. “Dad enjoyed hunting, spending time with his brother and sisters and making family memories.  He was a great husband to my mom for 43 years.  I know he is in heaven now and he is one of their special angels, as he was here on earth.  Thanks Dad for being good to me,” David W. Winebrenner.

Surviving are his wife of 43 years, Nancy (Martin) Winebrenner; son, David W. Winebrenner and wife Dena L., Frostburg; two grandchildren, Joseph A. McKenzie Jr. and wife Kayla, Klamath Falls, OR; Crystalynn R. Judkins and husband Jared, Klamath Falls; six great grandchildren, Adin, Dillan, Kristian, Joey III, Emma, and Arlie; four sisters, Kathleen Gomer and husband Leroy, Frostburg, Wanda Whitehead, Midlothian, Mary Ryan and husband Raymond, LaVale and Patricia Winebrenner, Hagerstown; and a brother, Clarence Winebrenner, Sykesville; four special brother-in-laws, Butch, Jimmy, Johnny and Joe Martin, whom he helped raise; two sister-in-laws, Sharon Winebrenner, Mt. Savage, and Linda Winebrenner, LaVale; and numerous nieces and nephews.

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