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Wynne Florence McNerney (Winnie) San Felice

October 10, 1945 – September 18, 2022


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Winnie Forever in our Hearts

 Wynne Florence San Felice (Winnie) was born October 10, 1945 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to Agnes Skinner McNerney and Claywell Francis McNerney. Winnie passed away at age 76 after a long illness on September 18, 2022.  She was surrounded by family members and close family friends.

Winnie and family of 10, Mother and Father eventually moved to Indian Head Maryland. Winnie’s father was a Chemist for the Federal Drug Administration (FDA), and her mother was a Registered Nurse (both deceased.)  Her siblings are Francis Clay (Michelle), Deanne (deceased) (Lee Cox, Agnes (deceased), Richard Wolters, Karen Blandford (Roland), Michael (deceased), Betty, and Mark McNerney. Michael’s twin brother, John, Shelia (both deceased).

Winnie grew up with her parents and siblings in Indian Head, Maryland. She attended and graduated from Archbishop Neal Catholic High School in LaPlata, MD 1963.  Following graduation Winnie went to work at the National Geographic, then worked at National Geographic Society in Washington, DC.

She met her husband Jack (Giacamo) San Felice in August 1963 and they were married on April 25, 1964 at the Riverdale Presbyterian Church.  They lived in three different apartments before moving to College Park, Upper Marlboro and Huntingtown, Maryland. Winnie was a homemaker but had several jobs over the years, including day care, doctor’s offices, and mortgage underwriter.  But she enjoyed taking care of her children and grandchildren mostly.  Jack served as a police officer in Washington, DC and Prince Georges County Maryland until his retirement in 1992, when they moved to Arizona. Winnie and Jack went on many exciting adventures in Arizona. They biked, hiked, 4-wheeled, and rode horseback in and around Arizona’s famous Superstition Mountains and elsewhere in the state.

They lived in various communities around the Phoenix area finally settling in Mesa, Arizona. Winnie is survived by her husband Jack, sons Anthony John (Tim), Russell James (Stephanie), daughter Cheri Lynne Harrison (Chris), and like a daughter Stephanie Barletta (James) Vincent, Mason and Amelia. She is also survived by grand- children (twins) Evan and Alexander (Newt) Harrison, Lauren Browning, and Anthony (Tony) San Felice (Kendra), Michael, Rachael (Theo) Jimeniz, Brandon, and Gabriella San Felice.  Winnie is also survived by nine great-grandchildren.  Winnie is also survived by Jack’s brother John and wife Asuman San Felice, and best friends Judy Cooper and Pat Harrison (Bill). Winnie and Jack had many of the grand-children live with them throughout the years.  Winnie was a very caring person and loved her husband and all of her children, grand- children and great grand-children very much.  Winnie will be greatly missed and cannot be replaced.  She was loved by all, especially her husband Jack.  Goodbye Winnie. We will love you forever!

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    My life will never be the same without you momma . You gave of yourself to us all all your life . I will miss you so much but have so much love and memories I love you more ❤️ Cheri

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Wynne Florence McNerney (Winnie) San Felice

October 10, 1945 – September 18, 2022


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Winnie Forever in our Hearts

 Wynne Florence San Felice (Winnie) was born October 10, 1945 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to Agnes Skinner McNerney and Claywell Francis McNerney. Winnie passed away at age 76 after a long illness on September 18, 2022.  She was surrounded by family members and close family friends.

Winnie and family of 10, Mother and Father eventually moved to Indian Head Maryland. Winnie’s father was a Chemist for the Federal Drug Administration (FDA), and her mother was a Registered Nurse (both deceased.)  Her siblings are Francis Clay (Michelle), Deanne (deceased) (Lee Cox, Agnes (deceased), Richard Wolters, Karen Blandford (Roland), Michael (deceased), Betty, and Mark McNerney. Michael’s twin brother, John, Shelia (both deceased).

Winnie grew up with her parents and siblings in Indian Head, Maryland. She attended and graduated from Archbishop Neal Catholic High School in LaPlata, MD 1963.  Following graduation Winnie went to work at the National Geographic, then worked at National Geographic Society in Washington, DC.

She met her husband Jack (Giacamo) San Felice in August 1963 and they were married on April 25, 1964 at the Riverdale Presbyterian Church.  They lived in three different apartments before moving to College Park, Upper Marlboro and Huntingtown, Maryland. Winnie was a homemaker but had several jobs over the years, including day care, doctor’s offices, and mortgage underwriter.  But she enjoyed taking care of her children and grandchildren mostly.  Jack served as a police officer in Washington, DC and Prince Georges County Maryland until his retirement in 1992, when they moved to Arizona. Winnie and Jack went on many exciting adventures in Arizona. They biked, hiked, 4-wheeled, and rode horseback in and around Arizona’s famous Superstition Mountains and elsewhere in the state.

They lived in various communities around the Phoenix area finally settling in Mesa, Arizona. Winnie is survived by her husband Jack, sons Anthony John (Tim), Russell James (Stephanie), daughter Cheri Lynne Harrison (Chris), and like a daughter Stephanie Barletta (James) Vincent, Mason and Amelia. She is also survived by grand- children (twins) Evan and Alexander (Newt) Harrison, Lauren Browning, and Anthony (Tony) San Felice (Kendra), Michael, Rachael (Theo) Jimeniz, Brandon, and Gabriella San Felice.  Winnie is also survived by nine great-grandchildren.  Winnie is also survived by Jack’s brother John and wife Asuman San Felice, and best friends Judy Cooper and Pat Harrison (Bill). Winnie and Jack had many of the grand-children live with them throughout the years.  Winnie was a very caring person and loved her husband and all of her children, grand- children and great grand-children very much.  Winnie will be greatly missed and cannot be replaced.  She was loved by all, especially her husband Jack.  Goodbye Winnie. We will love you forever!

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  1. Cheri says:

    My life will never be the same without you momma . You gave of yourself to us all all your life . I will miss you so much but have so much love and memories I love you more ❤️ Cheri

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