July 11,1939 - October 11, 2019
Winston Weeks, age 80, of Pensacola Florida, went to be with his Lord on October 11, 2019. He was born on July 11,1939 in Darlington, Florida to Malcolm and Cora Lee Weeks and was the middle of six children.
Winston was very personable, and often had friends and strangers alike entertained by his stories, humor and jesting. He loved his church; East Brent Baptist and he cherished his Sunday School class. Winston loved his Lord as his mother taught him and he shared the Gospel with others because he knew that only what is done for Christ will last.
Winston was an expert carpenter and built and renovated many homes in Pensacola. Besides construction, he made the beautiful furniture in his home and was known for creating art out of wood. Not only a master craftsman, he loved to grow vegetables and from his backyard produced fruits and vegetables that have been shared with many friends and neighbors.
He is preceded in death by his parents, Malcolm and Cora Lee Weeks; his brothers Holland Weeks and Lonn Weeks; and sister, Geraldine Weeks Caroll.
He is survived by his loving wife, Ramona; two sons, Robert Wesley Weeks (Brenda) of Pensacola, and Jamie Dewayne Weeks also of Pensacola; his brothers, Coleman Weeks (Ruth) of Darlington FL, and Blendage Weeks (Betty Sue) also of Darlington. He had many nieces and nephews who have wonderful memories of times together with their Uncle Winston.
Celebration of Life services will be held at East Brent Baptist Church, 4801 N Davis Hwy, Pensacola, FL on Saturday, October 19, 2019 at 12:30 p.m. with the family receiving friends one hour prior to the service. Rev. Dale Patterson will officiate assisted by pastor, Rev. Wade Rials. Honorary pallbearers are Deon Hawkins Sunday School class.
Many thanks for the loving kindness of his Sunday School class and Emerald Coast Hospice. Nurse Mendi will always be treasured for her expertise and special friendship. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Winston’s memory to the building fund at East Brent Baptist Church instead of flowers.