Obituary photo of Clifford Winter, Denver-Colorado
In Loving Memory of

Clifford Marc Winter

1950 - 2017
Obituary photo of Clifford Winter, Denver-Colorado
In Loving Memory of

Clifford Marc Winter

1950 - 2017

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Clifford Marc Winter, beloved husband, friend and coworker, passed away at age 67 in Denver, Colorado on April 13, 2017. He is survived by his wife Ruth, brothers Bruce and Denis, their wives, nieces, nephews, grand-nieces and a grand-nephew. No formal services are planned.

Cliff was born in Ohio. He was an elite athlete in high school, where he played defensive tackle in football and achieved All State status in wrestling. He even defeated a future Bronco team member in high school wrestling. He was co-captain of the football team and was much appreciated by his classmates.

Cliff attended Northwestern University where he achieved a BS in chemical engineering. He played defensive tackle in football. He earned his Masters degree in engineering from the University of Cincinnati.

In 1973 he moved to Denver and began his career in engineering where he excelled in all aspects of his professional life, expanding his talents into mechanical engineering, including packaging systems and compression pipe manufacturing. He was a “go to” person and did superb work in applications engineering, mentoring, management, project coordination and sales. Managers, coworkers and clients loved him. Their children often relied on him for advice and role-modeling.

He regularly worked out at a gym and was a supportive member of that community for 30 years. Cliff developed a rich network of members and staff who relied on him for integrity, intelligence and compassionate listening as well as a robust sense of humor. He had an easy-going manner and connected beautifully with others. He enjoyed playing golf with his friends and loved going on walks with me, his wife.

Cliff Winter was a loving, devoted husband. He was supportive, kind, and combined strength with gentleness. He was an inspiration as a mate and a person. We struggled fiercely to stay together, and yet sadly he has gone from this earth far too soon. Spiritually, emotionally and intellectually we will be Together Forever.

Au revoir, Clifford, Love of My Life.

If you would like to make a memorial contribution, some appropriate choices might be St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital, The Children’s Miracle Network, and The American Cancer Society.

To share a memory of Clifford or leave a special condolence message for his family, please click the Share Memories button above.

Clifford Marc Winter, beloved husband, friend and coworker, passed away at age 67 in Denver, Colorado on April 13, 2017. He is survived by his wife Ruth, brothers Bruce and Denis, their wives, nieces, nephews, grand-nieces and a grand-nephew. No formal services are planned.

Cliff was born in Ohio. He was an elite athlete in high school, where he played defensive tackle in football and achieved All State status in wrestling. He even defeated a future Bronco team member in high school wrestling. He was co-captain of the football team and was much appreciated by his classmates.

Cliff attended Northwestern University where he achieved a BS in chemical engineering. He played defensive tackle in football. He earned his Masters degree in engineering from the University of Cincinnati.

In 1973 he moved to Denver and began his career in engineering where he excelled in all aspects of his professional life, expanding his talents into mechanical engineering, including packaging systems and compression pipe manufacturing. He was a “go to” person and did superb work in applications engineering, mentoring, management, project coordination and sales. Managers, coworkers and clients loved him. Their children often relied on him for advice and role-modeling.

He regularly worked out at a gym and was a supportive member of that community for 30 years. Cliff developed a rich network of members and staff who relied on him for integrity, intelligence and compassionate listening as well as a robust sense of humor. He had an easy-going manner and connected beautifully with others. He enjoyed playing golf with his friends and loved going on walks with me, his wife.

Cliff Winter was a loving, devoted husband. He was supportive, kind, and combined strength with gentleness. He was an inspiration as a mate and a person. We struggled fiercely to stay together, and yet sadly he has gone from this earth far too soon. Spiritually, emotionally and intellectually we will be Together Forever.

Au revoir, Clifford, Love of My Life.

If you would like to make a memorial contribution, some appropriate choices might be St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital, The Children’s Miracle Network, and The American Cancer Society.

To share a memory of Clifford or leave a special condolence message for his family, please click the Share Memories button above.

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