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Floyd "Windy" A. Wendt

05/06/1940 - 03/12/2018

Floyd "Windy" A. Wendt, age 77, of Winneconne, died Monday, March 12, 2018. He was born May 6, 1940, in Oshkosh to the late Harold and Ruth (Luedtke) Wendt.
Windy is survived by his wife, Beverly Wendt; four daughters, Wanda, Laureen, Angela, and Shirley; two stepdaughters, Bobbi and Brenda; six grandchildren, five great-grandchildren, two sisters, other relatives and friends.
Along with his parents, Floyd was also preceded in death by a brother.
Per Windy's wishes cremation will take place and there will be no visitation or service held.
If you wish please submit online condolences to muellerfuneralhomeinc.com.

Mark and Sharon OMalley wrote on March 18, 2018
Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Sorry for your loss.

Diane Becker wrote on March 17, 2018
Bev and family, my sympathies to you all on the passing of Windy. Many good memories from the old Van Dyne Lanes days. Bev, when Hickory was ill, your cards always brightened his day. You were so kind. Take care and keep your memories close to your heart.

Shirley Stahmann (Wendt) wrote on March 14, 2018
Dad, You were loved more than you could ever know. I am grateful that you suffer no more. Rest in peace dad and always know you are loved. A piece of our hearts are with you until we meet again. Love always your daughter and your little Toadie

Clarence and Marge Werner wrote on March 14, 2018
Since Windy grew up in Van Dyne, it was a special place in his heart. He always came up and thanked me for sending him a flyer for Van Dyne Small Town Days and he came and visited with people and stayed the majority of the day. Always glad to see him. Our sympathy to Bev and all of his family.

Betty Rozek wrote on March 13, 2018
Wanda, Sorry for your loss

Chris wrote on March 13, 2018
He was my big brother, my protector, and at times, my partner in crime. I have many fond memories. My brother loved people. I hope he has a bike in heaven so he can enjoy one of his favorite things. I will picture him riding around and stopping to chat with whomever he sees. He would also help anyone who needed it whether he knew them or not. You were there for me when I was born. I was at your side when you passed. I love you and will miss you

laureen Whitt (WENDT) wrote on March 13, 2018
I love you dad so very much and i'm surely going to miss you .Fly free in the heavens til we meet again. Rest in peace. Love always and forever your daughter Laurie