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George “Ed” Windsor

June 9, 1945 – March 23, 2023

George “Ed” Windsor

George “Ed” Windsor, age 77, passed away on March 23, 2023. George was born in Cincinnati, OH to William Windsor Sr. and Edna Windsor. George was one of nine children; George was the fourth child born from this union.

George was a very hard worker and was friendly to everyone he met and never knew a stranger. George loved teddy bears and absolutely adored Christmas time. George also enjoyed watching sports, he loved baseball, but he also enjoyed watching the Cincinnati Bengals. 

George is survived by Terry Bridges (Nephew), sisters; Rita, Sharon, and brothers; Joseph, David. He is survived by many friends and extended family. He was preceded in death by Edna Windsor (Mother), William Windsor Sr. (Father), sister, Leatha, brothers, Wayne, Dean, and Phillip.

He will be truly missed by all who knew him.

Interment will be held privately at Arlington Memorial Gardens.

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“When my parents divorced we stayed with Uncle Eddie and my grandmother for some time. The home was small so Uncle Ed had to sleep in a camper for awhile to free up his bedroom. He never complained – “glad to do it,” he said – and he was so kind and helpful during the difficult time.”

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“I remember spending summers with my grandparents and Uncle Ed as well as living with them for a year when I was a child. It was so much fun and my sisters and I loved being around Uncle Ed. He was always so happy. He was a really good uncle to us. I have such fond memories of him. I’m so sorry for your loss.”

“Uncle Ed was always a happy guy willing to try anything once. He stayed with my husband and me through my first calving season. He would walk the cows with me and point out anything out of the ordinary. Our job was to call for help if help was needed and stay out of the cows way. Uncle Ed lived close to us when I was growing up, I cherish our time together. RIP until the roll is called up yonder. Kimberly Windsor-Johnson”

“Never knew a stranger and taught you how to love. Uncle Ed you will be missed but I know where you are and who you are with and that makes me happy. I love you”

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“Ed has lived with his Sister (Rita) for 50+ years and Terry, since 2018. Really got to be close to Ed in his time living with me and taking him to antique malls and when he got sick back and forth to appointments in hopes he would have gotten better. He will be truly missed. Safe Journey Ed.”

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