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Herbert Wienkoop

February 16, 1935October 2, 2020

Herbert Dayton Wienkoop born February 16, 1935 died October 2, 2020. Born to Iola B. and Herbert H. Wienkoop in Peekskill, NY. Resided in Montrose, NY and Wildwood Crest, NJ. Survived by his wife of 60 years Jeanne M. Wienkoop, daughters Catherine B. Smith (Adam), M. Jill Davis (James), Sara J. Dyckman (John), 7 Grandchildren: Ryan (Aline), William (Laura), and Matthew Smith, Tyler and Meghan Davis, Jack and Grace Dyckman and Great Grandson Owen Smith. Predeceased by his parents and son Herbert. 1953 graduate of Hendrick Hudson High School, 1958 graduate of Bryant University where he was President of Kappa Tau fraternity. 67 year member and chaplain of Cortlandt Engine Co #1, Captain of Cortlandt Engine Fire Police. Vice President of Northern Westchester Putnam Fire Police. Lifelong member and deacon at the Reformed Church of Cortlandtown. Assistant Traffic Manager at General Motors, known as “Herbie” by all the customers of Da Ros and Post Road Deli. Herb was never happier than when he was surrounded by his family, and especially loved their annual trips to Lake George. He had a passion for dogs, particularly his “Nixie.” He was an avid Cowboys fan, fantasy football fanatic, a true Mets fan, lover of Duke basketball and loved placing bets on the races in Saratoga. In later years, he enjoyed spending time on his beach house deck, feeding the birds and visiting with his Seapointe family. The family will have a private service with a memorial at a later date. Memorial donations for Herbert Dayton Wienkoop would be appreciated to the Reformed Church of Cortlandtown, 2124 Albany Post Road, Montrose, NY 10548 or The Guiding Eyes, 611 Granite Springs Road, Yorktown Heights, NY 10598


  • The family will have a private service with a memorial at a later date.


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Carole & Angelo DeSimone

October 12, 2020

Dear Jeanne
We are so sorry for your loss. May God give you the peace that you seek. Hope you are surrounded by loving family and friends. Offering you our thoughts, prayers and well-wishes during this difficult time in your life.

Carole and Angelo DeSimone

Cheryl & Paul Pearson

October 8, 2020

Our favorite memory was when we traveled to Cape May and visited your place. Loved spending time with you and Herbie. He will be truly missed.

We Love You
Cheryl & Paul Pearson

Adrienne Ferris Pietras

October 6, 2020

Herbie was a fixture at DaRos & I saw him everyday when I came in to get my lunch .He was always smiling & joking with us
Till we see each other again❤️
I'm so glad I knew you Herbie

Peter & Ivonne Sheren

October 6, 2020

When we think of Herbie, we think about love and devotion for family and friends. We will always treasure our times in Dalton, our wedding in Puerto Rico, and the wonderful visits to Seapointe. We respected and cherished his advice and guidance. Being around him gave us the feeling of optimism. He will be dearly missed, but forever in our memories.
Jeanne, Cathy, Jill, Sara and all your families are in our thoughts and prayers.

Carmen and Barbara DiCenso

October 6, 2020

With our deepest sympathy. His cheerful greeting every morning will be greatly missed.

John Jackson

October 5, 2020

Will miss your friendly smile and steadfast loyalty. Rest in peace my friend.

Pam Porter

October 5, 2020

I can’t imagine that patio without our Herb on it. His warmth and kindness have made his patio the most popular spot at Seapointe! No wonder Lola chose him as her best friend all those years ago! Our neighbors feel more like family after 31 plus years of watching our families grow and sharing so many wonderful times together. Herb will be missed by all- I bet his little bird friends are missing him already. Rest In Peace to one of my favorite people ever.

Love, Pam

Lou & Toni SEifert

October 5, 2020

Lou & I were so sorry to hear of Herb's passing. Please accept our Heartfelt Condolences. We remember him fondly. Always, Lou & Tonia (Atthe Reef & T9)

Nancy Ferris Heineman

October 5, 2020

I extend my deepest sympathy to Herbie's family with prayers that our Lord will wrap you all in His arms of love and comfort. I was in high school with Herbie and feel I've lost a friend who has gone ahead. Our lives intertwined as my family on my mother's side were the Bogarduses and the Dyckmans, my grandmother's sister was Aline and my great-great grandfather was pastor of the Dutch Reformed Church in Montrose. Much love to you all.

Christina Dakin

October 5, 2020


I am so very sorry to hear this news. Thoughts and prayers to you and your family.


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