Douglas C. Winger

May 5, 1960December 31, 2020

This past year has been especially hard for Doug’s health struggles. Even though we knew his time would be cut short because of multiple myeloma we were not prepared for him to leave so quickly. He and I were quite a pair. Together almost 24 hours a day in these later years and we loved it that way. He was most upset to leave his grand boys at their extremely young ages. He had so much he wanted to impart to them, especially his love for Jesus and how much their gramps loved them.

Doug's Last Church Service Friday, January 8, 2021 at 10AM

In Person Attendance:

Mosaic Christian Church

6845 Deerpath Road, Elkridge MD

Park at the Dorsey Train Station

Exit 7 of Rt. 100

Online Attendance:

In lieu of flowers, Doug would love donations to the Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation.


Douglas C. Winger

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wayne green

January 8, 2021

It was a pleasure knowing Doug really a great man always willing to give great advice! Remember our lunches and prayer together. Sending our prayers and condolences to family. To be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord.
Pastor Wayne and Michelle Green
The AOLCWC Church Family

Diane Miller

January 8, 2021

Dawn and family
Your dad and husband was always ready with a friendly smile and quick hello in the short time he was our neighbor. We look forward to getting to know your family better. We pray for you in this time of loss and sorrow.

Belinda and Phil Saverino

January 7, 2021

Doug and Dawn are new to our Crofton Colony Community. We’ve only had the pleasure of saying Hi to Doug and Dawn while strolling around the neighborhood with their grandchildren. My condolences to you Dawn and your entire family. If you need anything please don’t hesitate to give us a call.

We live at 6816 Crofton Colony Court

Stephanie and Seyi Ogunnaike

January 7, 2021

Dear Winger Family,

We send Our sincerest condolences and prayers to Dawn and the entire Winger Family.
Doug has been a part of our family for the past 10 years. It is hard to believe that he will no longer be a phone call away. We are forever grateful to him for his support of our dance studio. He helped us build our business and as such he is responsible for helping to provide a performing arts home to so many children in the Bowie area.

Thank you Doug for taking a chance on us and for helping our little business grow and thrive. You helped us achieve a dream. We appreciate all that you have done for us over the years. You were an absolute blessing to so many.


Stephanie and Seyi Ogunnaike
Star Makers Academy of Dance

Robert Novak

January 7, 2021

Sending my deepest condolences to Doug's family. I got to know Doug during construction of Mosaic Church and he was truly a wonderful person who will be greatly missed. Take comfort in know he's in a better place.

Bridging the Nations Ministries

January 5, 2021

Dawn on behalf of the Band of Brothers the men's ministry of Riva Trace which Doug helped begin and grow into a solid ministry for Jesus. For the many Pastors,missionaries and families in Cuba who have been and continue to be helped through his support of our ministry Bridging the Nations Ministries. We know Doug is now healed! He is in the presence of His savior. But Doug's legacy lives on through all who he touched in so many different ways. God Bless you my brother. Your impact for the Lord lives on. We are all praying for your family as I know you are for all of us. I love you brother

James Himes

January 4, 2021

Doug, you will be greatly missed. You were Jesus With Skin On . And with a quick wit and smile. A privilege for many of us to be your friend.

Matt Kasap

January 4, 2021

Hello Dawn:
We’re so sorry for your loss and our sincere condolences.
I’m glad I met and got to know Doug thru Men’s Bible studies and witnessed his love for Jesus.
Debbie and I pray for God’s peace for you and your family during this time.
God Bless..
Matt and Debbie

God’s on the move and He’s Awesome.....

2 Cor. 5:8 but we are of good courage and prefer rather to be absent from the body and to be at home with the Lord...

Joe Dine

January 4, 2021

Doug has moved forward to the next chapter of his eternal life. Doug is being welcomed into his new home, with all the saints and angels of the Lord. I know Doug was welcomed with open arms from all his brothers and sisters who have arrived before him.
For me there is a hole in my heart at my personal loss. But I know my brother Doug is no longer fighting the many battles he fought over these last 6 years. Doug has finished his service time for the Lord here among us.
NOW he receives his reward, NOW he is seeing the face of Jesus, NOW he is in no more pain. And now my friend Doug is looking down on all of us praying for each of our hearts.

Doug, we are all going to miss you my brother. You have touched so many of us, and so many more you did not even know. You have served the Lord faithfully, and completely, sacrificing time and time again for the kingdom. You leave behind the legacy of many disciples, and followers of Jesus. Your support has been felt around the world.

The many people in Cuba you have touched over the years through your support of the ministry, have been in prayer for you and I can speak for them my brother by saying thank you brother Doug. Thank you for caring about us, thank you for sharing your heart with us, thank you for being a servant of Jesus.

Rest in peace my friend. We will all be reunited someday to celebrate our time together. I love you brother.
Well done my good and faithful servant!

Greg St. Cyr

January 4, 2021

Doug modeled to me and our church family the way of Jesus in the midst of suffering. He served his family, friends, co-workers, and the church of Jesus. His is a life well lived and to be imitated.