A memorial service for Brent Layne Wineinger, 49, of Wichita Falls, Texas, will be 1 pm Monday, November 7, at Allendale Baptist Church in Wichita Falls, officiated by Pastor Warren Hall. Brent passed away in Wichita Falls on October 28, 2022.
Brent was born February 3, 1973 in Wichita Falls to Dickie Wineinger and Cathy (Leffingwell) Key. He married the love of his life, Sherron Wineinger, April 1, 2016.
For many years, he worked in the oilfield and recently worked as a foster parent, caring for special-needs children.
He was a big football fan. His favorite teams included the Philadelphia Eagles and Oklahoma Sooners. Whenever the Eagles would win on Sundays, he would be the first to let everyone know.
Survivors include his wife Sherron Wineinger; father Dickie Wineinger and wife Elaine; mother Cathy Key; in-laws Patrick and Belinda May; son William Wineinger and girlfriend Jordan; brother Bryan Wineinger and wife Jenna; son Ryan Killough and wife Emily; daughter Brooke Whitson and husband Cody; brother Wes Hodges and wife Shelly; sisters Kristi Bumpus, and Leslie Reed and husband Eric; special foster sons Brian Alexander, Paul Venegas, and Isaiah Green; nephews Zach and Keygan; niece Presley; and grandchildren Gunner, Bradley, Bennett, Boden and Tommy.
Brent is preceded in death by his stepfather George Key, Jr.; and grandparents Jimmie and Opal Wineinger and Lefty and Lou Leffingwell.
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