Winfred Strobhart, 60, of Ridgeland passed away Thursday, June 9, 2022, at his residence. Arrangements are entrusted to Allen Funeral Home. We welcome you to provide your thoughts and memories on our tribute wall.
Visitation: A viewing for Mr. Winfred Strobhart will be held Saturday, July 9, 2022, at Allen Funeral Home Ridgeland, SC from 5-7 PM.
Funeral Service: The Funeral Service will be held Sunday, July 10, 2022, at Allen Funeral Home Ridgeland, SC at 2 o'clock in the afternoon.
Mr. Winfred “Winnie” Strobhart, of Ridgeland, SC was called home from his labor to his reward on June 9, 2022 at his residence. Winnie was born on April 4, 1962 in Ridgeland, SC to the Late Willie Strobhart, Jr. and the late Maybelle Orr-Strobhart. Winnie was the youngest of their six children. He was preceded in death by his parents and his brother, Michael Middleton.
Winnie attended the public schools of Jasper County. He worked most of his life for the South Carolina Department of Transportation as a heavy equipment operator. He later went to work for RSI of Bluffton for a number of years before taking a job with Jasper County, doing what he loved, operating heavy machinery. He followed in his father’s footstep with his love and expertise with heavy equipment. Through this passion, he won several Heavy Equipment Championships at the South Carolina State Heavy Equipment Rodeos.
To know Winnie was to love his easy going nature. He was seemingly not bothered by anything or anyone. He went about his business being himself. He loved to cook on the grill and would never miss a good cookout. Winnie was crazy about his family and had a special bond with all of them. The youngest among the family, thought he was one of the coolest person alive with his own unique style.
Left to cherish memories of Winnie are his wife, Kimberly Strobhart of Dallas,Texas; His loving companion, Antoinette Fields of the home; His children, Misha and Vinny Strobhart of Dallas, Texas and lan Strobhart of Pineland, SC; His brothers, Deacon Willie (Margaret) Strobhart, III of Hampton , SC; Deacon Reginald (Cheryl) Strobhart of Hardeeville, SC; His sisters, Sharon Bryan of Bronx, New York; Mamie (Dea. Francis) Gadson of Ridgeland SC; Cynthia (Dea. James) Ware of Rock Hill, SC; Elaine (James Washington) Ladson of St. Helena Island, SC; Debra Brooks of Atlanta, Ga.; Harriet Kidd of Atlanta, Ga.; A niece raised as a sister, Natasha (Everett Moultrie) Strobhart of Beaufort, SC; His four grandchildren of Dallas, Texas; Two uncles, George (Nora) Orr of Atlanta Ga. and Charles Williams of Hardeeville, SC; One aunt, Dorothy Holman of Bluffton, SC; Numerous nieces, nephews and cousins and a host of friends, co-workers and acquaintances.