WINAR, Thomas P.

WINAR, Thomas P.

WINAR, Thomas P. “Uncle Tom” Age 80. Beloved husband of Esther (nee Bozigar) for 55 years. Korean War Veteran. 1948 West High graduate.  Former Vice President of Local 33 Sheet Metal Worker’s Union and member of the Board of Promotion Plan. Served as an officer of “Winar #1 Sales” for 23 years. Loving brother of Marian Stark, Margaret Iseli and the late Ralph, Roy, Irene McGann and Louise Roman. Beloved uncle and great uncle. 

Memorial Funeral Mass: Saturday, January 3, 10:30 AM at St. Thomas More Church.

Visitation before Mass in vestibule of church from 9:30-10:30 AM.

Contributions to St. Thomas More School or the St. Colman Restoration Fund. Arrangements by The Zabor Funeral Home, Parma. To sign guestbook visit, www.zaborfh.com

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  1. Ida and Jim Gaino on December 30th, 2008 7:23 pm

    Dear Family,

    Just a word of remembrance with a meaning deep and true,
    sent to show that someone’s thoughts are there today — with
    you!

    With Deepest Sympathy,

    Ida and Jim Gaino

  2. Pat Wilson on January 1st, 2009 10:14 am

    I will miss Tom’s almost daily visits to NCB . He was always kind and always had a friendly greeting. In the midst of a busy day he would appear with a bag of chocolates on the counter for us.My sincere sympathy to His family.

  3. Bob & Muriel Cummins on January 1st, 2009 12:10 pm

    Dear Esther:
    We are so sorry to hear of Tom’s sudden death. We will not be able to attend the Mass because of my health.
    We will be with you in thought and remember you in our prayers.
    With deepest sympathy
    Sincerely
    Bob & Mur

    I’ll always remember our great Volly Ball Games!!

  4. Carolyn and Mark Guidetti on January 2nd, 2009 5:13 pm

    Our thoughts and prayers are with Jill and Jon and members of the family. We will prayer for Thomas.

  5. Elmer R. East on January 2nd, 2009 5:23 pm

    I have known Thomas for many years and worked with him for a year. I would from time to time see him at our union meetings. He is a great man and will be missed and my deepest sympathies goes out to his family. Although it is impossible to see beyond your pain,
    May we look back in to good memory to comfort and help you today
    May your heart and soul to find peace and happiness.
    May the blessings of God be upon you,
    May peace is always within your soul,
    May its essence illuminate your heart,
    Now and forever more.

  6. Claudia Rolinc on January 9th, 2009 4:18 pm

    My deepest sympathy to you Esther and nephew Jim (old boss). Tom was such a great friend to both Tim and I. We will miss him and we will have a beer in his honor, but we should first start with desert! HA! HA!
    Love,
    Claudia and Tim Rolinc

  7. Helen and Pete Gutwein on February 7th, 2009 5:01 pm

    Dear Esther,

    We were so very sad to hear of Tom’s passing.

    Our deepest sympathy to you at this difficult time.

    May God be with you and grant you comfort in the days ahead.

    Sincerely,
    Helen and Pete Gutwein

  8. Jordan Winar on March 18th, 2009 7:32 pm

    Thanks for all the lessons. . . still miss you. I have a picture on the mantel. I still think about you a lot .

  9. Jill Walthers on July 19th, 2009 12:26 pm

    Aunt Esther,

    Just looking at “Old Uncle Tom’s” picture on the mantel. I remember growing up and looking forward in seeing him almost every Saturday at the house. My dad and him were a great team. He taught us all valuable lessons that we will apply to our lives. I hope your doing well and my thoughts are with you. Love you,Jill

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