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Wanda Ann Winfield - Dunn

August 29, 1956November 2, 2020

Wanda Ann Winfield-Dunn, 64, of Lanham, MD., entered eternal rest unexpectedly on Monday, November 2, 2020 in Roanoke Rapids, NC. Born August 29,1956 in Reading, PA, she was the cherished daughter to the late James Winfield Sr. & Bessie C. Winfield (Jones). Wanda was the beloved wife of William Anthony Dunn. The couple would have celebrated their 37th wedding anniversary this November 26th.

Wanda was a Reading High School graduate and attended Reading Area Community College, where she earned her associate's degree as a registered nurse. She proudly served as an RN for 14 years, working at various facilities.

Beloved by everyone who knew her, Wanda was a notoriously selfless, kind, and generous person. Her good nature and joviality were immediately obvious to everyone who met her. Wanda enjoyed writing poems and had the honor of seeing the poem she wrote for her mother, "All Is Quiet" published in the National Book of Poetry. She was even made a distinguished member of the International Society of Poets, in 1995. Wanda also loved traveling, family cookouts, and watching Tyler Perry & romance movies. However, above all else, she truly treasured spending time with her family.

In addition to her husband William, Wanda's spirit will be carried on by her son Michael Edward Dunn; 2 granddaughters Jade Atiya Nicole Dunn, Nala Marie Allen; 3 brothers James Winfield Jr., Johnny Winfield, Jerry Winfield, and 4 sisters Carolyn Winfield, Breasely Mitchell, Rosalind Bell and Amanda Winfield. Wanda also leaves behind a host of nieces, nephews and cousins to cherish her memory.

Funeral arrangements have been entrusted the staff of Theo C. Auman Funeral Home, Reading.Due to COVID-19 restrictions, visitation will be private and for immediate family only. You may join the family on Facebook live Wednesday, November 11, 2020 from 10-11 am via Theo C. Auman Funeral Home’s Facebook page, Burial will be at the Berks County Memorial Gardens, Fleetwood.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at for the Winfield - Dunn family.


  • James Winfield Sr., Father (deceased)
  • Bessie C. Winfield (Jones), Mother (deceased)
  • William Anthony Dunn, Husband
  • Michael Edward Dunn, Son
  • Jade Atiya Nicole Dunn, Granddaughter
  • Nala Marie Allen, Granddaughter
  • James Winfield Jr., Brother
  • Johnny Winfield, Brother
  • Jerry Winfield, Brother
  • Carolyn Winfield, Sister
  • Breasely Mitchell, Sister
  • Rosalind Bell, Sister
  • Amanda Winfield, Sister
  • Wanda also leaves behind a host of nieces, nephews and cousins to cherish her memory.

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Dennis & Shawann Dunn

November 11, 2020

Dennis and Shawann Dunn and family send their love and prayers to William and the rest of the family. We are here for you!

The gibsons

November 11, 2020

Our thoughts and prayers are with you and yours during this time of sorrows

Mykyelle Crawford

November 11, 2020

I'm so blessed to have known Wanda and to have shared so many new life & business experiences with her over the years! I'll always remember her joy & infectious smile. I pray for strength & comfort for William and their entire family during this time of such great loss.

Mandy Ruffin

November 10, 2020

Aunt Wanda, this is still hard to believe. How often we take life, love and family for granted. We forget that no one is promised tomorrow, and you have reminded me of that. My fondest childhood memories include Christmas and family gatherings which have always included you. I struggle to find the right words to say, because there really aren’t any. But I will always be grateful for the memories. You will always be special and I pray that the family will be able to grieve and heal in your absence. Rest Well Aunt Wanda.
Until we meet again
Your Niece,

Kelly Strickland

November 10, 2020

Dearest Family,
When broken with grief, the psalmist prayed, “You’ve put all my tears in Your bottle and they are recorded in Your book” Psalm 56:8. May God remind you of His deep concern and love during this time of grief, because we are His Children. As Wanda rests till the Lord’s return, along with our loved ones who went to sleep before her, I know that when the Lord returns we will all be able to meet on those streets of gold, transparent as glass and say thank you Jesus, we all made it!!!
Love and prayers for you,
Your Sister and Friend Kelly

Gabrielle Vasquez

November 10, 2020

Aunt Wanda,
It is very hard for me to accept that you are no longer with us, and as I write this I struggle to find words to express what your life and spirit meant to me, our family, and those that had the privilege of knowing you. I can still hear your soft, sweet voice and I can see your beautiful Winfield smile. I have so many memories of you my Fairy God Mother - especially the books you dedicated to me when I was a child, and I will always share and cherish them with my children. You always made me feel so special and loved. You were truly an angel on earth to so many. My sons, Jayden and Miles are blessed to have known you. While it makes my heart so heavy to know that my sweet baby boy Dominic will not meet you here on Earth, I know that he would absolutely adore you and that you are here with us. It fills my heart with so much joy to see that like his Great Aunt Wanda, my baby boy is a precious gift from God. Thank you Aunt Wanda for being the bright light that touched our hearts. Thank you for loving me and my children as much as you did. And thank you for being the amazing sister you were to my mother, your Rosie. I take comfort in knowing that the last thing I said to you was, “Aww okay Aunt Wanda! Thank you! We love you ❤️❤️❤️” Even my most recent memory of you is of you giving to my family. I pray that you know how much you were loved. You were and always will be a beloved wife, mother, sister, aunt, daughter, and friend. Now you are home and can rest peacefully with Mom-Mom and Pop-Pop. I love you Aunt Wanda and I promise to keep your memory alive through giving and selflessness. Until we meet again...

Your Fairy God Daughter,

major/geraldine horsey

November 8, 2020

we will miss you dear friend. we will keep you and your family in
mm our prayers.


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