Ralph-Winnecke-Obituary

Ralph Albert Winnecke

Evansville, Indiana

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Ralph Albert WinneckeEvansville - Ralph Albert Winnecke, whose joy and contagious affability exemplified Evansville's best spirit, passed away on Friday, June 7 at Heritage Center. He was 89. Father of Evansville Mayor Lloyd Winnecke, Ralph was born to Julius and Wilhelmina (Belo) Winnecke, the...

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I was able to visit him and his wife several years ago to talk about our families ancestry. He was my fathers cousin who was one of the few we met. He was welcoming and friendly. Had I known of his death, I would have attended the funeral. My condolences to the family.

Judy Winnecke Phillips
Marysville, Indiana

What a wonderful man and what a great family. So many memories when the family still lived on the north side as our backyard neighbors! Our thoughts and prayers are with Ralph's family and friends as they go through difficult days ahead, but hopefully all of the great memories will bring some smiles and laughter while sharing stories. Ruth Wilhite and daughters, Sheryl Zimmer and Teresa Doss

Our sincere condolences to Lloyd and family upon this loss. I never had the pleasure of meeting Ralph but know that he was a fine man and will be missed.

We are so sorry to hear of your loss. Please know that your family is in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.
Dr. Kyle King and the team at Evansville Eyecare Associates

Our sincere condolences to the Winnecke family in the loss of your dear love one. Our prayers are as yours, that God provide his care and comfort you each day.
-Psalms 145:18,19

Prayers and condolences to Lloyd and Joyce and family as they go through this valley of death.

Ralph was such a sweet man. Him and Shirley were our neighbors on Manor Court. They were so proud of their children and their accomplishments. You couldn't ask for better people to be friends with. We miss him on Manor. And he will be missed here on earth. But I know he and Shirley are together.

I worked 3 doors down the hall from Ralph for 25 years at Mead Johnson. He was a good friend and a great golfer. Always ready to talk but we did do some work.

May god wrap his loving arms around all of his family and bless all of you in the trying days and years to come. God bless all of you.

Jean Winters