Wendy J. Wingard

      Wendy J. Wingard, age 64, of Kenosha passed away on Saturday, May 7th, 2022, at Froedtert South – Pleasant Prairie Campus. Wendy was born on June 17th, 1957, in Peterborough, England to George and Edna (Seekings) Miller where she attended school. She married Robert Wingard on September 5th, 1990, in Peterborough, England and in May of 1991 she moved to Kenosha with Robert, and their two Daughters, Dawn & Chrissy, later to be joined by Wayne.  Wendy worked for many years until her retirement in January of 2020. In her quiet time, she enjoyed crocheting. gardening, and golfing with her husband.  An annual Summertime tradition was spending many weekends at the Renaissance Faire.  Her greatest joy was the time she spent with her family and friends.

       She was preceded in death by, her parents.

      Wendy is survived by, her husband, Robert; four children, Dawn (Dave) Achanzar, Wayne (Yakimi) Moulds, Stephen Moulds and Christine (Steven Dyke) Moulds; nine grandchildren, Daniel, Angelina, Caisha, Austin, Landon, Taylor, Brayden, Korey and Amaya; her sister, Carol (Michael) Stapley as well as other family and many friends.

      A memorial service for Wendy will be held at 5:00 P.M. on Friday, May 20th, 2022, at Kemper Center – Founder’s Hall (6501 – 3rd Avenue, Kenosha, WI). A visitation will be held on Friday at Kemper Center from 3:00 P.M. until the time of service.

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Thoughts for Wendy J. Wingard;

  • Jeanne M Erickson says:

    So sorry for your loss. Worked with Wendy at Sanmina. I called her english. Loved her accent. She will be missed.

  • Adelle Bushman says:

    This comes in shock to me. I know Wendy from her working days at Sanmina. Wendy had a strong spirit filled with laughter! May She rest in peace.

  • Carol Stapley says:

    Wendy I remember the day you were born. I wasn’t allowed into the nursing home and mum called down you have sister. We lived in March then, with Mum, Uncle George, Grandad, Dad was in the army. Dad came home and we then moved to 3 different farms in 2 yrs. We settled into farm life at Yaxley. We both lived there with Mum, Dad, Uncle George. Dad left when you were only 12. Mum went on to meet Don but eventually she left to move in with Don.
    You stayed with me Uncle George and by then Joanne. We had our ups and downs but we always stuck together through the good and bad times. This where you lived until you left and started your own family. Your first marriage broke down and after a period of time met Bob. I remember the conversation we had about leaving and being with Bob. You worried about Mum. You had to be happy and you were. There was never a day that went by and I thought about you. I will miss you more than words can say. The thought of never seeing you and hearing that funny fen American accent again is very hard to comprehend. You went to early Wendy and you will be missed every day. Your one and only big sister Carol. Rest in Peace Wendy.

  • Nancy Talley says:

    Wendy and I have been friends since about 1998. What began as a working friendship became sister friends. Every morning before work at Manutronics then Sanmina we’d have our pot of coffee at Danny’s Cafe. Even after I left there and worked elsewhere, every morning at 5:30 you’d see us at Danny’s until schedules forced it to be just Friday mornings. Even then, no one better be sitting at ‘our’ table.
    We had so many adventures together. Trips to special garden centers, trips to Baraboo and to Upper Michigan; birthdays, grandbabies and weddings; my college graduation along with my Mom and sisters; and unfortunately funerals. She was by my side when I lost my husband and 2 sons. We shared stories and cried together when we both lost our Moms within the same year.
    We’d buy a few things at a garden center, put things in and take things out in her yard, then move to my yard and do the same. It would frustrate me when with all my planning and plotting where each thing should go, my gardens would trail behind hers when Wendy would just say “oh I like that”, dig a hole, put it in and voila, it was beautiful!!
    As time went on we didn’t see each other or talk as often, but whether it be a week or a month, we could pick right up where we left off. I am missing her now and know that I always will. As others have said, Wendy had a strong spirit, she’ll live on in all of our memories.
    Sleep in peace my friend.

  • Ed &Diane Lehmann says:

    Sorry for your loss . To sons ,daughters, grandchildren. Just remember Wendy ,mom , nan will always be in your HEART . No one can take that away from you.God Bless You all.

  • David and Aida Achanzar says:

    Our Heartfelt Sympathy and Sincere Condolences to the Windgard Family.
    Eternal Rest grant unto Wendy Windgard O Lord and Let Perpetual Light Shine upon her.
    May her soul and the souls of all the faithful departed through the Mercy of God , Rest In Peace! 🙏

  • Kirsten Berg says:

    Dawn, Dave and families, We send our sincere and deepest condolences for the loss of your beautiful mother. Please know you are all lifted in prayer. I hope the beautiful memories of your mom give you much comfort.

    God Bless,
    Kirsten and Ron Berg

  • Neil & Christine Magahis says:

    Our heartfelt sympathy and condolences to the family of Wendy Wingard. Wishing you peace and comfort, with our love and prayers.

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