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Brad T. Winegardner

December 19, 1960 - April 23, 2020
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Brad T. Winegardner age 59, of Wapakoneta passed away Thursday, April 23, 2020 at home, following an extended illness. He was born Dec. 19, 1960 to Tommy L. and Bonnie J.(Bradley) Winegardner of Wapakoneta, Ohio. They survive in Wapakoneta.
Brad was a farmer who loved animals and had a special way with them. He enjoyed riding 4 wheelers, some say he should have done commercials for them. Brad also enjoyed collecting knives, horses, buffalo, antique tools and everything Mt. Dew, his favorite drink. Brad attended Wapakoneta Community Worship Center.
Additional survivors include sisters: Tamala (Carter Prine) Winegardner of Wapakoneta, Debra (Kalin) Turner of Wapakoneta; niece and nephews: Tanya (Daniel) Faraglia, Tyler (Shauna) Turner and Cole Turner and great nieces and nephews: Tatelyn Faraglia, Trenton Faraglia, Elliett Turner and Nola Jean Turner and Brad had a lot of wonderful friends.
Due to the COVID 19 crisis a private family service will be held at Bayliff & Son Funeral Home, Cridersville burial will be in Fairmount Cemetery near Uniopolis. Memorial contributions may be given to WCWC in memory of Brad Winegardner, 14871 Fox Ranch Road, Wapakoneta, Ohio 45895.

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Date: Monday, April 27, 2020

Bayliff & Son Funeral Home, Inc.

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311 West Main Street, Cridersville, OH, 45806

 

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Born: December 19, 1960
Died: April 23, 2020

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Geoffrey Ulrey posted on 4/26/20

My sincere sympathy and condolences to the Winegardner family for your loss. I'm saddened that I'm unable to express my sympathy and support in person, due to the restrictions of Covid-19. God bless and comfort you all.

 

Kimberly Bradley posted on 4/26/20

I will miss Brad very much so glad I got to go see him couple months ago he was in great spirits like he always was I'm so sorry for your loss Aunt Bonnie and uncle Tom love and prayers Kim

 

Rick Miller posted on 4/26/20

To Tom and Bonnie and family. So sorry for your loss, but remember you are not alone because God will make you strong. I remember bonnie when my mother passed away I didn't think that I would make it,but God gave me strength and he will you too. We are praying for you. From Rick and Helen MIller.

 

Cheryl mann posted on 4/25/20

Tammy, sending you and your family my deepest sympathy and may God bring you comfort and peace during this difficult time.

 

Penny O’Dell posted on 4/25/20

Our family is devastated not to be able to share and support my Aunt Bonnie and her entire family at this great time of loss. We love you all so very much and Brad will be so missed.

 

Nina (Cole) Hefner posted on 4/25/20

I attended Lima First A/G church and worked at United Telephone/Sprint, years ago, w/ members of Brad’s family, w/ some of whom I am very close (although I did not know Brad well, personally). I pray that The Comforter will be very present, during these difficult days & weeks to come.

 

LuAnn Kauffman posted on 4/25/20

God be with you and your family and am sending lots of hugs your way

 

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