In Memory

Brian Winter

Brian Winter


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added by Perry A. Sloan, Jan. 26, 2010 Find A Grave Memorial #47179941

Brian Irwin Winter

September 6, 1945

March 20, 2007

Larkin Sunset Lawn Cemetery

2350 East 1300 South

Salt Lake City. UT


Bill Cordray: I had the SLC reference librarian check their sources of online obituaries and Brain does not seem to have had an obituary. Does anyone here recall seeing one? Did anyone here attend his funeral?

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03/29/13 05:30 PM #1    

Anna Bowthorpe (Peeler)

Brian Winter was in one of my classes. I think it was Mr. Barton's geometry.  I remember that he took me to see the stock car races at the fair grounds.  That was something I hadn't done.  Good times long ago.   Anna Bowthorpe Peeler

07/16/13 06:33 PM #2    

Randy Gore

I would venture to say that I was one of Brian's closest friends. We sat next to each other for 3 years in choir, in the second tenor section, as we progressed through Boy's Glee, then Junior Choir, and finally, Senior Choir. He was a kind, intelligent, and sensitive individual, who had his heart set on entering the field of medicine (his father was a prominent radiologist in SLC). After matriculating from Olympus, he entered Westminster College in SLC in Pre-Med. I subsequently lost track of Brian, but, since I wanted to see him at our 50th reunion, I did some sleuthing to try to find out his current status and location. I did so by tracking down his younger brother, and was saddened to learn of his passing. I am not privy to his obituary, and can not provide any more details of his life otherwise. My fondest memories of Brian, are of our conversations relative to how we could both make our contributions to the world, and to leave this earth a better place for our posterity. Hopefully, Brian rests in peace, satisfied that he accomplished his goals.


Randall D. Gore, MD                                                                                                                                                             

07/27/14 02:29 PM #3    

David Burnett

Like all of us on here, i find it hard to believe it has been 50 years since seeing Brian.  He was only a year ahead of me, but light-years in terms of the control-line model planes we both liked to fly.  He had a good shop (next to where he kept that mighty 1956 Olds which more than once we took to the drag strip)... but he had a fondness for flying and while our friendship didn't go much past that, i have very clear memories of the smell of those intoxicating fumes which our engines produced.  So sorry to see him passed... another one of those guys I wanted to sit down with one more time.   Don't wait folks... there is no time like the present.

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