Kenneth A. Winters
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Kenneth A. Winters

Middletown - Kenneth A. Winters, 83, passed away on March 30, 2021.

He was known for his signature laugh and friendly demeanor. Kenny was active in the community throughout his life. He retired from Western Electric and then began a second career working for Middletown Township as a Road Supervisor until December 2013. He was honored for more than two decades of service by the Middletown Township Committee. He was the highest plasmapheresis donor in The Central Jersey Blood Bank for over a decade.

Kenny was a lifelong bowler. He and his daughter, Kelly, bowled 300 back-to-back games and is in the Guinness Book of World Records. In addition to bowling, he enjoyed weekly card games with his close friends.

During retirement, he nurtured his love of the ocean with annual trips to St Maarten and weekends at Sandy Hook.

Kenneth is predeceased by his first wife, Mildred Winters, and is survived by Pamela Gordon Shultes, his second wife. He is survived by his daughters, Donna Bijas, and her husband, Michael; Deborah Specchio and her husband, Phillip; Diane MacLeod and husband, Kenneth; Kelly Sanguinetti and her husband, Robert; and his step-daughter, Brandy Garbaccio. He is also survived by his grandchildren: Michael, Erin, Phillip, Amber, Brianna, Jason, Cami, Giselle, Hayden, Tristan, and two great-grandchildren, Hailie and Marshall. His faithful companion, his dog Hershey, misses him dearly.

Everyone enjoyed his sense of humor and all who knew him, commented on his kind heart. He will be missed by all.

All arrangements for Kenneth are private and under the direction of John F. Pfleger Funeral Home, 115 Tindall Road, Middletown, NJ 07748. A celebration of life will be held at a later date.

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April 9, 2021
I have fond memories of Ken when I bowled with he and his daughters in leagues and tournaments. I also donated plasma and on a few occasions i would see Ken at the blood center. He was fun loving, kind, good natured man and a was pleasure to know. My condolences to the Winters family.
Pam Miller
April 9, 2021
Ken could light up a room with his smile! He will be remembered always with great love.
Jaye Malarik
April 8, 2021
Donald Marino
April 8, 2021
so sorry for your loss I bowled with Kenny years ago
Harold Warn
April 7, 2021
Ken was my first cousin even though his oldest daughter is my age. It was like having a second dad when I went to their house to spend time with his girls. There was ALWAYS a good time and I was treated like one of his own. May he rest in eternal peace always and be re-United with his beautiful Millie!! Love and miss both of them. ❤
Helen Schreiber
April 7, 2021
I remember great times with Milly and Kenny. Being in their wedding party and having a great time. Getting myself in trouble for trying to change the shape of the headpiece that was chosen (LOL) Grief can be so hard, but our special memories help us cope. Remembering you and your loved one today and always.
Marilyn Thompson
April 7, 2021
TO the Family,

I am saddened by this news even though have not seen Kenny for many years. Kenny was a true gentlemen to all he knew and cared about.
I am sorry for the "girls" loss and their families. I have so many good memories of times spent with Kenny---Sunday mornings bowling, all the parties or just hanging out back in the day. Here's to a life very well lived with love of Family and friends. I hope GREAT memories get you all thru this trying time. R.I.P. Stretch and God Bless the family
Frank Winkler
April 7, 2021
Dad, you will be missed by many and I'm sure we will hear some awesome memories people have of you. Our hearts are broken but at the same time happy you are with mom now. We will all miss your laugh, jokes and just you in general. RIP Pop until we all see each other again. Love you.
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