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HAROLD WINTERMAN Longtime Las Vegas resident, Harold Winterman passed away on April 6, 2021. Harold, or as he was known to his soccer friends, the General, lived a wonderful and full life. He was 99 and 9 months young! Harold was born in London but grew up in Southend-on-Sea, a tourist town located on the mouth of the Thames river. Harold served with the British Royal Artillery during WWII. After being discharged he and his magnificent wife, Hedy, also a Brit, moved to the US. They moved to another tourist town - LV in 1956. Harold became a barber working at the Flamingo and Sands Hotels for many years before becoming the proprietor of the MGM Grand Barber Salon. His wife Hedy was also a beautician having worked many years at the Dunes Hotel. Harold and Hedy were always jouyous and extraordinarily generous. Their home was always open to one and all. They became known to many LV students who attended Valley and Las Vegas High School as well as Vo Tech due to the many parties they allowed their sons and daughter to host at their home. Their daughter Margot who is the youngest attended Clark High. Harold is survived by his 4 children, Lynette Fulbright, Margot Martinez, Craig, Robert and his wife, Dawn; his grandsons, Michael Fulbright and his wife Molly and Kyle Winterman; and his 3 great-grandchildren, Marlee, Tucker and Dakota Blue Fulbright. Internment for Harold will take place on Friday, May 21 at 2:30 p.m. at Bunker Mortuary located at 925 N. Las Vegas Blvd. In lieu of flowers the family requests that contribution be made to the City Of Hope or to the Sierra Club.

Published by Las Vegas Review-Journal on May 21, 2021.
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My deepest sympathies to Margot, Craig, Lynette and Robert. I have so many good memories of your mom and dad from soccer and from the many parties at my parents home and your parents home. The best story ever was when your mom was giving birth to Margot and your dad was playing soccer. Vegas has lost a legend. May he rest in peace with Hedy forever. Gaby
Gaby Walter
June 28, 2021
With love and thoughts to Harold Winterman.
Hazel Kaye and Shawn Kaye
May 23, 2021
Rest easy General! A soccer legend in Las Vegas! Condolences to the Winterman family.
May 22, 2021
General, those were the days weren´t they, playing soccer all the time! I always enjoyed having you on our team and you were a great person to know. I will remember you always and I offer my condolences to your family. When you find a game of soccer up above, Remember to keep the ball low and to pass to the women! Rest in peace.
Becky Snyder
May 21, 2021
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