Coleman Howard Ginter

Published 11:47 am Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Coleman Howard Ginter, 93, went peacefully to be with his Heavenly Father surrounded by his family, on Tuesday June 20th, 2017 at his residence in Winchester, Kentucky.

Coleman was born July 2, 1923 in Owingsville, Kentucky, to James Albert Ginter and Nannie Ellen Jones Ginter. He was married to Nannie Elizabeth Crowe Ginter for 66 years. They had eight surviving children, Elizabeth Molands, Winchester, Brenda Salyers (Wayne), Winchester, David H Ginter (Brenda) Winchester, Ada Willoughby, Winchester, Mary Stone (Phillip), Clay City, Juanita Everman (Dickie), Winchester, Jerree Lynn King, Winchester, and Timothy W Ginter, Winchester. He had 31 grandchildren, 39 great grandchildren, 29 great, great grandchildren. 

His parents, James and Ellen Ginter, his wife, Nannie Ginter, three sons, Coleman, Danny, and infant, Grandsons, Thomas Willoughby, Jason Ginter, grand daughter, Michelle King, granddaughter in law, Keisha Ginter, and several brothers and sisters preceded him in death.

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He was a World War II Army Veteran, a Member of Landmark Baptist Church. He loved his mornings with his many friends at the Winchester Dairy Queen, his walking buddies at the College Park Gym, his special friends at the Winchester Generation Center. He was a lifelong farmer, and also retired from the Winchester Housing Authority. 

He always said his greatest accomplishment in life was his children, who he loved very much.

Memorial Services will be Friday, June 23, 2017 at Landmark Baptist Church, by Pastor and friend, Jim Muncie. 1223 Ironworks Road, Winchester.

Visitation from 12:00-1:00, Memorial Service begins at 1:00 Friday; burial will be at Clarmont Memorial Gardens, 3000 Mt Sterling Rd. Winchester, with Scobee Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.

Pallbearers will be his grandsons, Keith Griffett, Robby Griffett, David Lee Ginter, Matt Ginter, John McRandolds, Chris Mullins, Jerry King, Joe Ginter, and leading the procession will be his great grandson and namesake, Coleman David Ginter. Honorary pallbearers are friends of Landmark Baptist Church, and The Generation Center.

Coleman requested in lieu of flowers to please send donations to the Kentucky School for the Blind, 1867 Frankfort Ave. Louisville, KY 40206, Attn: Debbie Shelton, in honor of his great, great, granddaughter Nicole Arnett, with love from Grandpa.