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Elmer L & Norma L. Winkler  

Elmer L. Winkler of Indianapolis (d. 1983)

m. 2nd Norma Jean Lenhart, children: Michael D. Winkler; Philip L. Winkler (d. 1976) ; Eric D. Winkler; and Holly Ann Winkler Robinson.; m 1st Thomas Stuart Atkins of Louisville (d. 1964) m. 2nd Charles John Hodapp, Jr (divorced 1960) they had: Christopher Lee Hodapp

DOCTOR MOM - My parents are very talented, special people, from whom I have inherited only a fraction of their abilities. My mother is a uniquely accomplished woman. She has raised six children from three marriages. She has traveled the world. She has done more to quietly help her community than anyone I personally know,...

She was rewarded yesterday by Indianapolis' Marian College with the degree of Master of Humane Letters, making her an honorary Ph.D. Which, of course, now makes her Doctor Mom. The commencement program read:

    Norma Winkler is a community leader who has a long history of helping Marian College. Following the death of her husband, Elmer, who was president of Rock Island Refining Corporation and a Marian College trustee, she established the Elmer L. Winkler Scholarship Fund. She and her stepson, Michael, were instrumental in starting the first Indiana State Fair train. She has also been active in the Catholic Church and served on the boards of Brebeuf Jesuit Preparatory School, St. Mary’s Child Center, and St. Luke Parish Council. She is a member of the Heartland Film Festival board of directors.
I don't know who wrote that blurb, but it barely scratches the surface. She does not sound her own trumpet...

It was a great day yesterday. For the first time in seven years, our entire family was reunited for the occasion.- posted by Chris Hodapp at Sunday, May 07, 2006 freemasons for dummies Blog

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