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David L. Winnagle

Lynchburg, Virginia

May 5, 1939 – Apr 6, 2013


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Whitten Timberlake Chapel Obituary

David Lawrence Winnagle, 73, of Lynchburg, slipped beyond the sunset in to the arms of his Heavenly Father on, Saturday, April 6, 2013, at Lynchburg General Hospital. His sunrise was May 5, 1939. He was the son of the late Raymond Jefferson Winnagle and the late Mary McConville Winnagle.David...

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Golda and family, I am so sorry for your loss--but our loss is heaven's gain. I remember when I used to come over to hang out with Trisha (Patricia) and if David was there, I could always count on some type of prank or Joke, which I always fell for. He made us all laugh. I know you will cherish his memory, God Bless, Debbye Millner

I am truly sorry to hear about the loss of your husband. You and your son are in my thoughts and prayers.

You and your family is in my prays.

To the family: Was so sorry to hear of David's death. I have not seen any of the family since school years and had wondered about you all as we grew up. What a wonderful legacy David left, sounded as if he used the time God gave him on earth wisely, and now he will be rewarded in his new life. My prayers are with you all.

I am so very sorry to hear about your husband. I know you will miss him dearly. You are in my thoughts and prayers. And remember that your LC family is here for you always!

Gilda, so very sorry to hear of the passing of David, it has been a long time since we have communicated this is long time friend and co-worker with you in retail, really treasured your family friendship and was especially proud to have had the opportunity to know David thru your friendship, the both of you were such a joy , may you find comfort in knowing that we extend our deepest sympathy. Doris Haskins -Lewis

Golda & Family,
What a blessing David was and for all the musical joy he so graciously brought to all of our lives! His radiant smile and gentle; caring spirit will be greatly missed by all who were fortunate enough to know him. Heaven is sweeter, as I know he is singing with God's choir! I pray the Lord will wrap His loving arms around you and give you strength and comfort as only He can. Much love,

Golda and Scott you are in my thoughts and prayers. I will truly miss David and his smiling face. Remember that he is at a better place but it will leave an empty spot in the heart that will never go away.

I love you Aunt Golda and cousin Scott. May God give you both comfort, strength, and peace. He is always there with you.