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Anita L. Winkelman

November 25, 1928September 3, 2019

Anita Linda Winkelman, 90, of Jupiter, Florida passed away peacefully on September 3, 2019.

Born and raised in Paterson, New Jersey, Anita graduated from Central High School and was employed at the North Jersey Training School for Girls, as an Administrator. Anita then went on to work at C.N. Burman as an Administrative Assistant, to the Senior Vice President of Sales. She married the love of her life, Joseph Michael Winkelman, on September 25, 1950. After they were married, the two resided in Hawthorne, NJ, where they raised their two children, Gregg and Lynda. The two were happily married for 57 years until Joseph’s passing in March of 2008.

Anita is survived by her son, Gregg of New York City; daughter, Lynda Lembo of Jupiter, Florida and her husband Joseph. She is also survived by her two loving grandchildren, Nicole and Joseph Lembo.

The true love of Anita’s life, besides her husband and children were her grandchildren, Nicole and Joseph. Anita’s life was extended and enriched because of the love she shared with her grandchildren. Anita’s fondest memories were those spent sharing experiences with her family and friends.

Anita and her family relocated to Jupiter, Florida in 2013. She was a member of the Jupiter Community Center’s Senior Club, where she enjoyed many afternoons playing cards with friends. Anita’s hobbies included cooking, reading, and traveling.

Anita was loved by all and will be deeply missed. There will be no memorial services in Florida, however, a memorial service will be held in New Jersey in the near future. Details will be posted at a later date.


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Anita L. Winkelman

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Mary Cornell

September 5, 2019

The Winkelman Family: Anita was such a sweet wonderful fun friend. She will be missed by all of us at Jupiter Community Center card group and the Young at Heart social group. Mary Cornell