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Michael Winter

Michael David Winter

Thursday, January 29th, 1970 Saturday, November 9th, 2019

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Obituary for Michael David Winter

Michael David Winter 49, passed away Saturday, November 9th, 2019. He was born January 29th, 1970 to Steven and Diane Erickson in Hastings, Nebraska. Mike graduated from Campus High School in 1988. He participated in wrestling and football and was named a Senior Athletic Scholar. He attended Garden City Community College on a football scholarship and received his Associates degree. Mike enjoyed all things outdoors and was an avid hunter and fisherman.Mike obtained the rank of Eagle Scout and Order Of The Arrow with one additional arrow. He loved time with friends, especially while playing horseshoes and bowling, and of course, barbecuing. Mike was a master finish carpenter, and always loved his work. He was preceded in death by his father, James Winter and sister, Rebecca Bell; grandparents, Rufus and Thelma Erickson; Darrell and Thelma Coutts. Michael is survived by his Wife; A. Leanne Cook; children, Morgan Winter, Ashton Cook, Bo Cook, Logan Cook; parents; Steve Erickson and Diane Green; grandchildren, Rockie, Bodee and Bradley; siblings, Chad Erickson and Andrea Johnson; aunt, Janeen Driscoll; uncle, Alan Erickson; and numerous other family and friends. Memorial Service followed by a Celebration of Life is to be held at 2 p.m., Saturday, November 16th, 2019 at The Shrine Barn, located at 12919 W. Macarthur, Wichita, 67227. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to "Mike Winter Family Trust" established by the family for the care of Mike's minor grandchildren, Rockie & Bodee.

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    Saturday, November 16th, 2019 | 2:00pm
    The Shrine Barn
    12919 W. Macarthur
    Wichita, Kansas
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    Saturday, November 16th, 2019
    2:00pm
    Officiant
    Pastor Tom Greb
    Co-Celebrant
    Alan Erickson

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Ann Minnick Schmeidler

We are so very sorry to hear of Mikes passing. I am sure he and my brother, Craig Minnick, are having a good time together. We are sorry we were unable to attend the service. Thoughts and prayers for all the family.
Bob and Ann Minnick Schmeidler; Mary Minnick
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Kelley Rambo

Hearing of your passing was a shock as you were always so spirited. That and it is a reminder of my own mortality and how life can change so suddenly. It's a reminder, too, that we never know how long we have in this life and that we should treasure each moment and live it fully. It sounds like you did that, Mike. I hope that your family will find comfort in that. Blessings and hugs for your family, as they know you will continue to watch over them from your new spot in heaven.
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Love Shaun, Steph, Colin & Olivia Cowardin

Sending our love and wishing you strength. May your hearts be full of loving memories to forever hold onto. Love Shaun, Steph, Colin & Olivia Cowardin
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JOHN CERULLO

My condolences, may your days of sorrow be short and your healing be with family and friends.I had Mike in our cub scout troop and Webelos
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JOHN CERULLO

My condolences, may your days of sorrow be short and your healing be with family and friends.I had Mike in our cub scout troop and Webelos
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