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Richard Wines

October 17, 1934 ~ November 12, 2020 (age 86)


His Legacy… Richard Willford Wines, Age 86, passed away November 12, 2020. He was born on October 17, 1934 in Ann Arbor, Michigan to Willford Wines and Ellen (Roberts) Wines. Richard married the love of his life, Sally Ann (Hanshue) Wines, on November 6, 1954 in Angola, Indiana. Richard adored his wife and family, they meant everything in the world to him. A successful business owner, Mason and builder who took pride in his work, such as stain glass and wood working. He was president of the Jackson Road Business Association, and owned his own retail store called Kampers Korners, as well as creating the Coachman Camping Club. When Richard wasn’t busy working he loved to go fishing and antique collecting.  He will truly be missed by all who knew and loved him.


His Family… Richard leaves behind his wife, Sally Ann (Hanshue) Wines; his children, Richard Wines II, Jo Ellen (Thomas Lloyd) Wines, Wade (Kimberly Meyer) Wines and Wendy Wines; grandchildren, Mike Wylie, Wade Wines, Katie (Lloyd) LaVoie, Dan Buckenberger, Chad Wines, Matthew Wines, Jackie Lloyd, and Jessica (Wines) Blaszkowski; great grandchildren, Lillian Wylie, Jaxon Buckenberger, Lily Wines, Finley LaVoie, Garrett Blaszkowski, Finn Wines and future great grandchildren on the way. He is preceded in death by his parents Willford and Ellen (Roberts) Wines and son Mark Wines.


His Farewell… Richard’s Mass of Christian burial will be held privately at St. Joseph Catholic Church, Dexter, Michigan on Monday, November 16, 2020. Fr. Brendan Walsh will serve as presider. Memorial contributions are suggested to Meals on Wheels Washtenaw County, or Shop with a Cop Washtenaw County.  Please leave a message of comfort for Richard’s family at 1-877-231-7900, or sign his guestbook at

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