251 Garafraxa Street
PO Box 328
Remembering Winnie Kaufman
From: Jacinda Prentice
I have such lovely memories of going to the post office with my gramma Ella and having visits with them all together. I adored being part of their card parties and crafting get togethers. She often sat with us at baseball games too. Memories that last a life time. Fond recollections of Winnie flood my childhood and being in Desboro. Rest In Peace Aunt Winnie, my condolences to the family xo
From: Howard and Kathy Tedford
Our Condolences to all the Family. Winnie was a remarkable Lady, we were fortunate to work at Tara PO for many years and knew the family well. Thinking of you all during this time. May Peace be with you all.
From: Tom & Karen Sweiger
Sending our sincere condolences. We remember Winnie at the Kaufman Reunions and her smile. Thinking of you at this time.
From: Shirley Becker
My deepest sympathy to Jim and Elsie
From: Marlene Kaufman & family
My thoughts & prayers go out to the Kaufman family at this sad time. Winnie always had a beautiful smile and kind words whenever we met. May she Rest In Peace. Marlene Kaufman
From: Mike Kaufman
I loved you then I love you still I guess that I always will I'll miss you Forever Dear I'm glad that once I had you near !
From: Janice Klages
My deepest sympathy to you all, Winne was a wonderful lady, a great role model, a firm believer, hard worker, very active and respected in the community and had lots of smiles, care and compassion. She will be missed but l know you will find comfort in all the memories you shared. God be with you through this difficult time.
From: Larry & Christine Kaufman
Aunt Winnie was a special lady. Always quick to smile. I have many memories of helping on the farm and various occasions over the years. She surprised us by paying for all our meals on her 90th birthday get together. We pass along our sincerest sympathy to all effected by her loss and may God's comfort easy your pain over time.
From: Murray and Shannon McNabb
So sorry to hear of Winnies sudden passing. Winnie was our nieghbour for years , always remember dropping into the post office and she would slways ask how everyone was. Our deepest sympathies to the Kaufman family.
From: George and Norma Klages
Our thoughts and prayers are with and your family
From: Sharon Kuhl
Sorry to hear of the passing of my "birthday pal" When Winnie lived in Chatsworth she would sometimes stop by the office for a little chat. Always a pleasure to see her. Sharon and Clint Kuhl
From: Jeanette Norris (Bluhm)
Sorry to hear of the passing of Winnie, she will be well missed by the town of Desboro.
From: Neil and Doreen McKay
We will always have special memories of our Aunt Winnie ! She was a dear part of our family... many memories of her early days with her husband, our Uncle Walter ! She will be missed by her family .
From: Lanny & Eleanor Baker
Our deepest sympathy to all of you on your loss. Beautiful picture of Winnie.
From: Kim Kaufman-Harbinson
What an amazing lady- she coached me ball, delivered our mail and was always supportive when she saw us out in the village. Sorry for your loss. Kim
From: Bob and Pat Schallhorn
Bob and I have fond memories of Winnie. She was always so friendly and welcoming when we joined Faith. I remember attending her 80th. birthday and meeting so many friends of hers and her family. Her daughter-in-law and I became great friends and so I was in Winnie's company quite often. She was a lovely lady and loved by her family. You will miss her but she is with her Maker now and not suffering anymore. Our condolences to you all.
From: Bob and Donna Early
Donna and the Kaufman family sorry to hear of your loss of Winnie I remember when Wnnie ran the post office in Desboro years ago such a very nice lady thinking of you all Bob and Donna Early
From: Honey and John King
So sorry for your loss of Winnie, our condolences to the families of this wonderful woman, she delivered our mail for many years , when I was a resident of the Desboro area..R.R. #1….remembering all the good thing’s Winnie did over the year’s..and know many of her family……
From: Sulta and Jerry Weppler
Please accept our deepest sympathy and our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
From: Harold and Ruth Klages
Sincere sympathy to Winnie’s family. She was always so friendly. Cherish the wonderful memories.
From: Wayne Margaret McConnell and family
Thinking of the Kaufman family Cherish the memories Margaret and Wayne McConnell
From: Sherrie Olscamp
Some how she was never Great Aunt Winnie, she was always Aunt Winnie. A constant presence in my childhood. Her love of life and lets get this done approach to life was always on display. Please accept our condolences on her passing. Her absence will be a felt. But, I hope that as time goes on you remember the fun and happy stories of a wonderful women. Sincerely Sherrie and Ron Olscamp
From: Elaine Maluske
My deepest sympathy to the family on the passing of Dear Aunt Winnie. Fond memories will keep her close. May you find comfort in knowing she is at peace.
From: Ruth Gabert and family
Sorry to hear of the passing of Aunt Winnie she will be missed by our family . Her smile and comment 'are you Sherries man' on meeting my son in law was priceless. His comment to me was she should be in intelligence for the millitary for information gathering. The hours spent greeting people who came for their mail will always be remembered by my kids. Keeping her car fixed was always my Husband Ross"s favourite auntie job May she always be in our memories love Ruth and family
From: Janis Hutchinson
My deepest condolences to Jim, Donna and families. Winnie was a kind and gentle lady, and will be missed by all who knew her. Hugs
From: Anne & Carey Simpson
Our deepest sympathy to all of the Kaufman Family on the passing of Winnie. She was a remarkable and lovely lady
From: Rose and Neal Rourke
Sending condolences, so sorry for your loss. We have many memories of Winnie since we moved next door to her. Such a lovely person.
From: Verna and Brett Darren Maxine and family
So sorry for your loss Thinking of you at this difficult time
From: Brian and Rachel Brown
Brian and myself would like to send our condolences to Donna and Jim and their family
From: Bill and Elise
Winnie was a beautiful person, she will be missed. At the time we heard of Winnie going to her Lord, Bill and I were just looking at her beautiful picture and commenting on what a charming lady she was. Sincere sympathy to all.