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Johnny “Bryan” Winkles

Bryan Winkles

Mr. Johnny “Bryan” Winkles, 52, of Avondale, Arizona died September 9, 2021 in Sun City West, Arizona. He was born April 3, 1969 to Johnny Winkles and Linda Biles in Thomaston, Georgia. He was survived by his wife Annette Winkles, and his children Tyler Winkles, Bailey Winkles-Middlebrooks, Debra Lopez, Madison Ellenbarger, and Tristan Curry, as well as 8 wonderful Grandbabies that were the light of his life.
Bryan was a huge Georgia Bulldogs fan and was proud of recently purchasing his dream car. Bryan loved his dogs and that “damn cat” of his. He was a true friend to everyone he met and a loving family man.

17 Comments on “Johnny “Bryan” Winkles

  1. Keep a watch over all the kids and be sure to shine huge for all to see.
    Rest In Heavenly Peace Bryan.
    You will be missed.

  2. Rest in peace Bryan my heart goes out to his whole family with love and condolences

  3. So sorry for your loss he will be missed praying for all!

  4. Sorry for the loss of your family member you are in our through and prayer

  5. Great man, always smiling and something to say. I just wish i got the chance of seeing him getting in and out of that dream car of his. We will miss you buddy and that funny way you talked.

  6. You will be missed Bryan. We love you! I still can’t believe it’s real.

  7. I work with Annette & madison, and Bryan was always stopping by to say hi OR He was fixing something, building something or hanging something up for us in the office. Then, sitting down and telling us his stories, talking about his car, or “the Turd”(his truck) or asking Annette what was for dinner. He would walk into this office with his THICK accent and would light up the entire office. He will be severely missed, and thought of often.

  8. R.I.P. BRYAN WINKLES
    Can’t believe it’s really true
    You will be missed ,an we will remember all the old memorys when all grew up together ,,,,love ya Man
    Teri Smith friends til we meet again .

  9. R.I.P. BRYAN WINKLES
    Can’t believe it’s really true
    You will be missed ,an we will remember all the old memorys when all grew up together ,,,,love ya Man
    Teri Smith friends til we meet again .

  10. My husband Al Runyon just told me of this.
    He is a driver at First Fleet too.
    May we extend 0ur condolences to your family of your loss.
    It broke our hearts to hear this.
    If there is anything you need please let us know.
    I pray your Family finds Peace ✌ God bless you all.
    Your Memories of
    * Bryan Winkles *
    will always be with you
    🙏 Rest in Peace Sir.

  11. There are no words to explain Bryan , and if you knew him you know what I mean . I know he’s smiling down at you all and I know he will watch over everyone and be right next to Annette on the couch for many more years to come . He’s not gone , just somewhere we can no longer see . Sending my hugs to so many in this difficult time knowing Bryan is too . Thanks for being around for so much of our life’s and making sure I knew how to patch a tire and what a Pollock is .

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