John Brody Winchester
April 18, 1982 – April 11, 2016
 
Brody Winchester, 33 of Amarillo went to be with the Lord on Monday, April  11, 2016. Memorial services will be held at 11:00 am, on Saturday, April 16, 2016 at the Turpin High School Auditorium in Turpin, Oklahoma with Jimmy Reed and Stan Lehnert, officiating. LaGrone Blackburn Shaw Funeral Directors, 8310 S Coulter St.
 
John Brody Winchester was born on April 18, 1982 in Guymon, Oklahoma to John and Dianne Winchester. He grew up in Texhoma and Turpin, Oklahoma where he graduated from Turpin High School in 2001. Brody attended Northwestern Oklahoma State University and Southwestern Oklahoma State University where he received a Bachelor’s Degree in Physical Health and Education. He taught P.E. and coached in Vega, Texas before moving to Amarillo where he was currently a P.E. teacher at Tradewind Elementary School. Brody married Christie Headrick on July 9, 2005 in Turpin, Oklahoma.  He attended Hillside Christian Church, South Campus. He loved talking about Jesus and sharing his word. He enjoyed hunting, riding four wheelers, technology, lifting weights and being outdoors and most of all, he loved being with his family.
 
He was preceded in death by his grandparents, David and Latrell Denton and Thomas and Dorothy Winchester.
 
He is survived by his wife Christie Winchester, a daughter Trinity Winchester; a son Bladen Winchester, his parents, John and Dianne Winchester; a brother, Chad Winchester and wife Dayamin; a sister Mendi Trogdon, and husband, Trog; nieces and nephews, Sarah, Breagan and Kyan Winchester, and Sevyn, Rok and Truth Trogdon; a Godson, Marcus Trammell, father and mother in law, Milton and Jane Headrick; brother in law, Chad Headrick; sister in law, Paula Headrick.
 
 

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  1. We are so sorry for your loss! Our prayers and deepest sympathy is with your family. Brody was an amazing man of God, husband, coach and friend. Although we are extremely saddened by his passing, we celebrate that he is in a place of no more pain with complete peace and joy. We look forward to the day that we will meet again in heaven.
    Deepest Sympathy and Love,

    The Carpenter Family
    Psalms 73:24-26
    “Deeply Loved, Loved Deeply”

  2. My heart is heavy to hear of this. My prayers will be with your family. He was an amazing coach and always inspired each one of his students, everywhere. I’m glad to have spent three full years under his coaching at Tradewinds, the first year it opened. His first year students from Tradewinds will be graduating this year as well, and we will take the memory of him with us great distances. His soul will be forever remembered, and I will be waiting for the day to meet him again.

    With Love, Hope, and Sincery Sorrow,

    The Quiroz Family.

  3. My Uncle Bro has always meant a lot to me … He would always come over to Punky’s house and every time he left he would tell us I love you guys! I will never forget when he told me at church once, “I love hearing you sing it makes me feel so much better.” He was that kind of guy that would always be proud of anyone who farted out loud. He would always tell me “good job you FARTNOCKER!” No one is EVER going to know how much he meant to me. I knew he loved me because my uncle Bro would say “I love you sweetie” and give me a kiss on the head. He will always be in my heart no matter what type of challenge I go through or pain I feel. I know he had a whole lot more to deal with then I could ever imagine. I love my Uncle Bro and I will never forget him.

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