Beverly Anne Winterle

Beverly Anne Winterle, March 21, 1936-Feb. 16, 2021

No services are planned at this time. Cremation is under the direction of Adams Funeral Home, Nixa.

Beverly Anne Winterle, 84, of Nixa passed away Tuesday, Feb. 16, 2021. She was born March 21, 1936, in Olney, Illinois, to Cyril and Margarite Wilson. Anne married Donald Winterle June 14, 1958, and they celebrated 62 years of marriage.

Anne attended Arkansas State Teachers College and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in teaching. She taught one year in North Little Rock, Arkansas, before moving to Racine, Wisconsin. She was working at Western Publishing, which is where she met Donald Winterle. They married soon thereafter. 

Anne became a stay at home mom to raise her children and provided her family with wonderful meals and a wonderful home. Anne loved to sew, making matching dresses for her daughters every Easter and Christmas, and she always made birthdays big events for her kids. She studied her Bible daily and would help the women’s group at church. Anne was a very pleasant, nurturing and private person.

Survivors include her husband Donald; her grown children Deborah Tidwell of Nixa; Andrew Winterle and his wife Kathy of San Antonio, Texas; Bradley Winterle and his wife Jennifer of Nixa; seven grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren.

Anne is preceded in death by her parents; daughters Teresa Winterle and Brenda Winterle; siblings Wilbur, Roger, and Steve Winterle; Margarite Wilson; and a great-granddaughter Jeniah Blunt.

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