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James R. Winsor

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James R. Winsor passed away Nov. 19, 2020 at the Hospice of East Texas. James was born Sept. 19, 1946 in Monroe, Wash.,to Mary Ann Devlin and Jay Winsor. 
James married Annegret Feb. 28, 1969 in Hassloch, Germany.
Following graduation from Everett High School in 1965, Jim joined the Army retiring after 20 years. His duty stations were primarily in Germany and Fort Bliss. Following his retirement, he and his family made their home in Grand Prairie and enjoyed a lake home in Mabank. The lake home became their retirement home. While in Grand Prairie, Jim worked for Burns Security, U.S. Home and Globe Products.
James was preceded in death by his father Jay, parents Mary Ann and John, brothers John Winsor and Dave Zevenbergen, brother in law Einar Hendrickson, nephew Shem Hendrickson, beloved grandmother Wilma Zevenbergen (whose final years he helped to make more enjoyable and father and mother-in-law Hans and 
Erika Herrmann.
He is survived by children Michael (Elizabeth) Winsor and Jay (Julie) Winsor, his grandchildren Kaitlyn, Andrew and Jasmine as well as his great-grandchildren Sammy and Kai. He also leaves behind his sisters Helen Hendrickson, Carol (Bill) Porn, Lynda Winsor, Dolly (Bob) Gay, Dean Zevenbergen, and Don (Linda) Zevenbergen, his brother in law Gerhard (Monika) Herrmann and numerous nieces, nephews, cousins, and many friends.
Remembrances in Jim’s name may be made to the American Legion, Disabled American Veterans or your favorite Charity.
 

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