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Delty Jahn Winfrey, II

Delty Jahn Winfrey, II

November 26, 1966 — January 23, 2022

Delty Jahn Winfrey, II, 55, a lifelong Liberty resident, passed away January 23, 2022, at Liberty Hospital.

Delty was born November 26, 1966, in Kansas City, MO, and graduated from Liberty High School in 1985. He was the elder of two sons of Delty Jahn Winfrey, a native of Carrollton, MO, and Marilyn Ethel (Morris) Winfrey from Bogard, MO. Delty worked 17 years for Liberty Cycle Center before going to work at Ford Motor Company at Claycomo in 2003. Delty loved racing and was mechanic for his brother Chad's race vehicles as well.

Delty was preceded in death by his father, Delty "Shorty" Winfrey. He leaves his mother, Marilyn Winfrey; brother, Chad Winfrey of Gladstone; and many cousins, friends, and his beloved dog Stewie.

A celebration of Delty's life will be announced at a later date. Instead of flowers, donations to Sweet Springs Motor Sports Complex, a place Delty loved, would be very much appreciated. Their address is PO Box 68, Sweet Springs, MO 65351.

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A celebration of Delty’s life will be announced at a later date. Instead of flowers, donations to Sweet Springs Motor Sports Complex, a place Delty loved, would be very much appreciated. Their address is PO Box 68, Sweet Springs, MO 65351.

Delty Jahn Winfrey, II's Guestbook

I'm so sorry to hear of the passing my thoughts and prayers are with the family

Rodney Ballard

I'm grateful to have known, worked with you for almost 20 years! You always had a joking attitude, super smart, so kind, always willing to fix our bikes! You will be missed my friend!

Rusty Guilfoyle

Family. I am saddened at hearing this. When I lived out there he was my best friend! So many memories and I think about him often. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

Wheeler Stanley

So sorry for your loss Sad day for the Winfry family I feel your pain praying for you all.LOL

kirk howell

So sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family.

Koch Motorsports

Very saddened by your loss. Delty was always pleasant and easy to talk with. Much too young to lose ! Sincere condolences. Godspeed Delty !

Tim Sickel / Donnell’s

Rest In Peace Delty. Some said above you were a man of few words - that is true - but you were a man of deep feeling. You would have done anything for your family and friends - and did often. You loved your dogs, all of them, and you loved engines, wrenching and making things fast. You will be missed my many. You fought so many obstacles and came out victorious - it was too soon. Rest well. Chad and Marilyn, you are in our prayers.

Aimee Dennis

We will sure miss seeing him at all the races. Guy of few words, but very smart and always thinking. RIP 🏁

Tim Koch & Kim Jacobs

So sorry. Have many fond memories from grade school all the way to adulthood. Still talk about all of our trips all over the country racing in the old Ford bus. RIP

Troy Oswald

Delty was a special person. A very good Mecanic and a a good friend. He was a lot of help to a lot of people with a knowledge of any part of a motor cycle part that was ever made. He will be missed by a lot of people. He done his job at Ford to help the people because he never forgot working the line where he came from. Going to miss him. RIP Racer 🏁🏁🏁🏁

John Lowe

We will see you at the race track on the the other side Delty .

Danny Billings

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