Winston Joseph Harbin

Winston Joseph Harbin

October 6, 1943 - June 11, 2014

Winston Joseph Harbin

October 6, 1943 - June 11, 2014

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Winston Joseph Harbin, age 70, of Beech Grove, passed away on Wednesday, June 11, at his home. He was born October 6, 1943 in Bessemer, Alabana, the son of the late Whitman Harbin and Emma Lee Wallace Harbin. He was the husband of Yvonne Williams Harbin of Beech Grove. Over the years, Winston had had many different jobs including auto mechanic and truck driver, but would tell you the one thing he enjoyed most was shooting pool. Over the years he had won many trophies and awards for his pool skills. His family agreed that he “loved women”, that’s “just who he was.” Survivors in addition to Yvonne include his children: Dottie Robert Blythe of Donelson, Winston Siobhan Harbin of Slidell, LA and Jeanne Skelton; grandchildren, Brittany, Katie, Keara and Breanna and three step-children, Rachel Campbell, Jory Campbell and John Campbell. No services are scheduled at this time.

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5 responses to Winston Joseph Harbin

  1. Joe was a good man the kids loved him, was great living next to him while I did he enjoyed my cooking . Im going to miss you my friend.

  2. So many memories running through my mind. Uncle Joe was full of life and definitely did love women – all of them! I love the memories made in the living room being taught dance moves with Aunt Betty and my Mom JoAnn I sure miss the fun times with all the cousins. Lot’s of prayers being lifted for Dottie, Joe & Jeanne. Love & Blessings Lisa

  3. Randy Lewis says:

    I meet Joe when I moved to the park. He has always been a good friend and had him to my home for dinner a few times we would talk about the army and other things in life and you could always be sure he would tell you what was on his mind . I do believe that was one of the things I really like about Joe. He always spoke him mind. R.I.P. Joe

  4. It’s so long for now joe but we will meet again. We have known each other for over 4 years and you were just like a father to me. I Thank You for that Joe, when you needed me I was there and when I needed you you were there. May you rest in peace and fly high with the angels!!

  5. We’ll be meeting at 5pm, Sunday, June 15th Father’s Day, at The Southern Star, restaurant & lounge in Beechgrove, to share stories, photos and memories of My Love. Everyone who liked or loved My Joe is welcome to join us. Covered dish Joe saved my life, and made every dream I ever had come true. I am honored to have known him, loved him, held him. As I told him, he was sacred to me. No one else I’ve ever known has had his smile, his dimple, his character or courage to face life on his own terms. I will love you forever, My Lover, My Best Friend, My Husband.

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