WINZAR, Arthur William

Born on May 28, 1946. Passed away August 9, 2022.
Funeral Notice
St James Anglican Church 41 Pakenham Road, Pakenham

The Funeral Service to Celebrate the life of Arthur William Winzar will be held at St. James' Anglican Church 41 Pakenham Road, Pakenham on Tuesday August 16, 2022 at 11:00am.

Private Burial.

The Service will be livestreamed to view please click here

  1. A true gentleman with a heart of gold !!
    Condolences to Jenny & all the family.
    Herb & Lorna Treacy

    Herb Treacy August 13, 2022
  2. Arthur was always a lovely person, and a very nice man to all, and I recall how much he enjoyed teaching adult students in his field of banking and finance, as well as his work as a manager and a professional in that field. I’m sure he would have been an excellent teacher, manager and professional, well liked and well respected by all. He was always a hard worker, but I also recall how much he said he enjoyed his later years living outside of the now crowded suburbs of Melbourne and having more space and nature around. I know that he will be missed very much by those who knew him. Sincere condolences to Jennifer and family and to the Winzar and Manison families.

    Pete Millett August 14, 2022
  3. Fondest memories of a wonderful man.
    Good, selfless and caring to all.
    Rest In Peace Arthur.
    Aunty Pat and family.

    Pat Millett August 14, 2022
  4. I will always have fond memories of Arthur as a thoroughly decent man. He was genuine, welcoming and sincere. His devotion and generosity towards his family and extended family were always visible. It has been my pleasure to have known someone of his integrity.

    Kathryn Millett and Kevin Riley

    Kathryn Millett August 14, 2022
  5. Where to start-meeting Arthur and the entire Winzar family many years ago has so enriched our lives. The Winzar/Ashmore connection is a collection of wonderful adventures that started when our children met in Fiji in 1998. Arthur and Rick, the dads, became fast friends and there was never a lack of jokes and laughter. We aged together and watched our kids become parents to beautiful grandkids. How lucky we have been, but time catches up…..the dads will be missed always. ❤️
    The Ashmore Family

    Linda Ashmore August 16, 2022
  6. That’s a lovely photo of a lovely man.
    My heart is hurting for Jenny and the family. Arthur loved his family and was very proud of them all. He was always so welcoming, accepting and loving. He will be missed by so many.
    All our love, Marion and Peter Jones.

    Marion Jones August 16, 2022
  7. Arthur was a true gentleman! Trusting and loving and always quick with a joke! The Ashmore’s always Loved our time together and will miss him dearly.

    Shawn Ashmore August 16, 2022
  8. A great friend, will be sadly missed R.I.P Arch

    Tony Allen August 16, 2022
  9. Thank you Arthur for being such a wonderful neighbour for all those happy years in Mulgrave. Thank you also for being like a second father to my daughter who adored spending time with your family. We have wonderful memories of so many occasions over the years when our families shared special moments. Blessings and love to Jenny, Melina, Adele, Bec and all the family.

    Anne Slabak August 16, 2022
  10. He was a great person who was always willing to help and give good advice, which I really appreciated and will miss. Uncle Arthur was undoubtedly the coolest uncle one could ever have and i have great memories to remember him.
    My sympathy goes to Aunty Jennifer and the family. Keep strong.
    Love Alexis

    Alexis Manison August 16, 2022
  11. From the outset, Arthur‘s character was such a credit to his family of origin. It was our good fortune to inherit him.
    A man of true strength and goodness, his loyal, reliable nature, and qualities of thorough decency, integrity, helpfulness, kindness, warmth and devotion to family have enriched our lives.
    We will always remember him fondly.
    With sorrow to Jenny, Melina, Adele, Rebecca and the Winzar/Manison families,
    Carole Millett

    Carole Millett August 16, 2022
  12. One of a kind Arch. Will never forget our times with Sunhill and especially down at the Burra with Jenny and the family. Loyal as loyalty itself. I feel privileged to be able to call you “friend “. Condolences to all.

    Terry Guest August 17, 2022