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Meredith Pearce posted a condolence
Thursday, August 9, 2018I met Tony when he taught an OLLI class on photography and there was an emphasis on women photographers. I am a retired WVU graphic designer and in the late ‘60s and ‘70s I too shot, developed, and printed b & w photos and enjoyed seeing the world a bit differently through a lens as well as the whole tactile experience of making one’s own photos, so we discussed that vs today’s digital photg. too. When in college for art, I took both the history of arch. and fine art as well as two b & w photog. courses and not one mention of a woman in any of those endeavors! So, it was refreshing to have Tony cover women’s accomplishments. In fact, he had me over one day and showed me more about women photographers via the computer and a book or two. I would run into him at Kroger and (when I visited Peggy Isaacs) at Heritage Point and he always took time to chat a few minutes. I will remember Tony as a very knowledgeable and kind man. I am very sorry for your loss. Meredith Pearce
David J. Pierce posted a condolence
Monday, August 6, 2018I was a student of Tony's at WVU in 1967. Additionally, my father (Robert B. Pierce) was a friend of Tony's and served in Rotary club with him for many years. One of the Morgantown club's first foreign exchange students, Randi W. Dahl from Norway, spent the last 3 months of her stay in the US with the Winston family. I am still in regular contact with Randi, and she also sends her condolences to the family. She has fond memories of the time spent with them. It's extremely gratifying to hear that Tony made this exchange program blossom and grow. His accomplishments is his many endeavors are certainly noteworthy. His dedication and generosity touched many lives.
Ken, Marty and Steve Shoemaker posted a condolence
Friday, August 3, 2018Rob and Nate and family, Our sincere condolences to you and your family.
John H Penn posted a condolence
Thursday, August 2, 2018Dr. Anthony Winston served for several years as the Chari of the Chemistry Department at WVU. During that time, he appointed me to be the recruiting chair for graduate students in the Chemistry Department. Based on a smart-aleck comment that I made about Ace Glass being willing to pay some money to get faculty from other schools and universities to come to Morgantown to see our Department in action, using the microscale glassware that Tony had recently introduced into an advanced organic lab course that Tony was teaching in the department, Ace Glass ultimately donated a significant amount of money to the Chemistry Department to found the Institute for Microscale Chemistry in the Chemistry Department. Tony became the Director of the Institute, which ultimately led to nationall and international contributions in the general area of microscale chemistry and over 700 faculty members from around the United States and the world visiting Morgantown to learn about these equipment and techniques. To the family: let me offer my sincerest sympathies for your loss. He was my colleague and friend. John H Penn
Scott K Ouellete posted a condolence
Thursday, August 2, 2018Rob, My deepest condolences to you and your entire family. Your father will remain in my thoughts and prayers. God bless.
Stephen and Carol Newcomer posted a condolence
Wednesday, August 1, 2018Rob and Family, our sincere deepest condolences.
Nancy Voiklis posted a condolence
Wednesday, August 1, 2018Our heartfelt sympathies on the loss of your father. I enjoyed reading about his life and accomplishments...he really lived and loved his family. May he memory be eternal.
John and Pam Giles posted a condolence
Wednesday, August 1, 2018Dear Rob, Diane and family, John and I send our deepest sympathy at the loss of your father. What a full and prosperous life he had ... we can only hope to be as engaging and vital throughout our own journey. Remarkable! We are sending you our prayers for strength and comfort. Pam and John
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Wednesday, August 1, 2018