Kathleen Winter lived a long and exciting 93 years. She loved to travel and visited many places all around the world. She loved going to restaurants and enjoying great food and drink. A fiercely loyal friend, she was always trying to find a way to lend a helping hand. She enjoyed taking her family on vacations in Florida, and sometimes on wild rafting and canoeing Adventures. She enjoyed her independence but loved time spent with family and friends. Truly unselfish to the end, she chose to donate her body to science in hopes that advances could be made related to osteoporosis, longevity, and Joint replacements. She described her life as “a life well lived, well loved, and well traveled”. We celebrate the long life of our Aunt Kathleen!
Survived by her family:
Dayna Scarbrough, Gina & Jarratt Gibson, Gary Scarbrough, John Matula, Jennifer, Josh, Alex, Andy and Bobby Schultz, Amy, Adam, Laura and Ben Burke, Kenzie, Kendall, Brooklynne and Corbin Staley,
Bryce Heller and Aleah.
Proceeded in death by:
The love of her life Chuck Pollizi, her parents Evea and OB Winter, siblings Edward Winter and Dallas (Jean) Lease, niece Linda (Gene) Scarbrough, nephew Randy Scarbrough, and many dear friends.