Lee Winter

Lee Patrick Winter

Sunday, September 19th, 1954 - Monday, February 11th, 2019
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Lee Patrick Winter suddenly passed on February 11, 2019 at the age of 64. Late son of Joan “Joanie” Roberts Winter Maloney and the late Leroy “Pinky” Winter both of Winthrop. Lee is survived by brother Timothy and wife Joanne Winter of Mount Laurel NJ, William and wife Lynne Winter of Winthrop MA, Leo Maloney of Malden MA., Troy Maloney Sr., of Derry NH. Longtime friend (Brother in-law) of Kelli & Husband Philip Hebert of North Andover MA.
Most Amazing Uncle to Brian Winter, Ryan Maloney, Troy Maloney Jr., Lauren Winter, Tyler Maloney, Michael Winter, 3 Grand Nieces and 2 Grand Nephews. Lee served as God father to many as well. Also, extended family Andy & Marilyn Rapchuck & Family.
Lee worked in the Registrar's Office at Northeastern University for 35 years before retiring in 2016. Lee enjoyed spending time with his nephews and nieces. He loved traveling, taking cruises, occasional trips to the Casino. Lee made many trips to his real love...St John UVI. Here he enjoyed the island people, it’s glorious weather and spectacular views. His favorite beach was Trunk Bay. Lee enjoyed reading, broadway shows, movies and concerts.

In lieu of flowers you may donate to Lee’s favorite island. St. John island sustained severe destruction from Hurricane Irma.

A celebration of life will be held on
Saturday, March 9, 2019 at St John Episcopal Church, 222 Bowdoin St, Winthrop. 12-4pm
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    Saturday, March 9th, 2019 |
    Saturday, March 9th, 2019
    St. John Episcopal Church
    222 Bowdoin St.
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Debbi Winter

Posted at 08:00am
My prayers go out to Lee's family. I remember him as a kid playing at the Kincaid theater on a Saturday. We really didn't get to know each other growing up as kids but we did reconnect on Facebook. Thank God for Facebook. May you rest in peace Lee

Lucas Berti

Posted at 06:58am
Lee was the funniest guy I've ever met. We lived together for almost 2 months. RIP, Lee.

Abdullah Alessa

Posted at 05:18pm
I have lived with Lee in the same house for nine months, I see him every single day, he is one of my American family. Rest In Peace, love and prayers
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Posted at 08:58am
I am so sorry for the loss of your beloved Lee. This is never easy to face, in fact death can be viewed as an enemy. That's how our Creator Jehovah views it as according to 1 Cor. 15:26; which says, "And the last enemy, death, is to be brought to nothing." May you find comfort in knowing this and that he has a longing to conquer that enemy, to undo death by means of the resurrection. Please visit for more comforting information.

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