Services for Barbara Anne Winterble, 73, of Temple will be held at 10:00 am Wednesday, February 7 at St. Luke’s Catholic Church in Temple. Burial will follow to Bellwood
Mrs. Barbara Anne Winterble died on February 3, 2018 at a local hospital.
Barbara Anne Winterble was born on December 25, 1944 to Clifford Charles Codeghini and Bella Theresa Manzi Codeghini in Bronx, New York. Barbara graduated from Tenafly
High School in New Jersey. She worked as a legal secretary for various law firms in New York to include, Sidley-Austin and WilmerHale. She married George Howard Winterble in
1967 and together they started their family. Mrs. Winterble was a member of St. Luke’s Catholic Church in Temple, Texas.
She is preceded in death by her parents.
Survivors include her husband of 50 years, George H. Winterble; three sons, Brett Winterble and wife Sherri, Brian Winterble and wife Heidi, Scott Winterble and wife Cara; one
sister Cindy Codeghini along with six grandchildren.
In lieu of flowers. please make a memorial donation the American Breast Cancer Society.
Visitation will be held before the service from 9:00 -10:00 am at St. Luke’s Catholic Church.
Arrangements are in the care of Harper-Talasek Funeral Home in Temple.
Dear George, Brett, Brian, and Scott,
I am so sorry, heartbroken for you all. George I was in your wedding, boys, I knew each one of you as babies. I held you all.
Barbara and I grew up as sisters next door and I loved her parents also. Bella was like a second mother to me. Cindy was like my own child. Any time I went to the store I took her with me. I loved your family. I am sincerely saddened by your loss. Looking back now on all the fun, and silliness we got into brings a smile to my tear streaked face.
G-D bless you all and I wish you good health and joy still to come into your lives. I know at this moment it is difficult to see, or hear. Please know I wish you all a soft healing for as long as it takes.
George, I cannot imagine how bereft you are after such a long, good, marriage. My heart is with you.
If you want to contact me you certainly may. I left my name, phone, and short message with Harper Talasek. I only found out about Barbara's passing through a mutual friend, Diane Maimone. I received the email last night.
I wish you only good, healing, recovery, and in the future, just the wonderful, and happy memories to surround you. I am happy for you to have your beautiful sons, daughters in law, and grand children.
My sincere affection and prayers to you all.
SUZI CLARK...(SUZI ZLOTCHEW)Tavares, FL
So sad to hear of Barbara's passing. I worked with Barbara for several years in the Boston office of Hale and Dorr (WilmerHale). She was funny, smart and genuine and a great person to sit next to - I learned a lot from her. My sincere condolences.
Betsy SilvaBoston, MA
The Robinson's are very sad for your lost. Our prayers are with you...Lonnie
Lonnie RobinsonLitchfield, MI
I worked with Barbara at WilmerHale (in fact we used to sit right next to each other), so I have fond memories of her humor, laughter, politics (smiling) and overall great co-worker. My sincere condolences to her family and friends during this difficult time.
Carolyn RobertsNew York, NY
To Barbara's Family - I'm so very sorry for your loss. I have very fond memories of Barbara Winterble, one of the most lively, feisty and most memorable colleague I've had the pleasure of knowing and working with at WilmerHale. Rest in peace Barbara.
Brunilda CaroNew York, NY