• DeYoung Memorial Chapel
    Stockton, CA
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Clyde Raymond Winstead

Clyde Raymond Winstead

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February 08, 2018
To the family of Clyde Winstead
My deepest sympathies on the lost of your dad.I never met his daughters, know Joe work some jobs with him.As a apprentice I worked with your dad he was a forman on many jobs. He taught me how to work in the piping trade. He would say son the day you start working is the day you start planingfor retirement At the time didn't understand what he was telling me,later I under I understood.
I've told my 3 children and grandchildren those words.After 50+ years I still say those words. To this day I still have the pipe fitting
and calculator book.He will always be a Great Man.
Charlie Mello
February 03, 2018
Celebrating a life well lived. We will cherish the memories forever.
January 22, 2018
Dearest Sheree, Allaura and family; Was thinking of you just the other day. We have missed visiting and seeing you. Your Dad was blessed to have a caring loving daughter who was committed to his care these past several years. My condolences to your extended family. He was a hard working man with a heart of gold. It was my pleasure to have met him. When driving down Charter Way, I liked to look over and see how he tended his little orchard. We enjoyed the apricots he, or we, would pick out back. I was amazed at his stamina. Still chopping wood well into his 80s. What a man! Love, April Johnston & MayLynn Sanchez
January 21, 2018
I love you dearly! You were always such a bright light in my life! I know you are happy and free now! Love you!

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