Viewing Donald T. Winder (1894-1968).
After his discharge from the Marine Corps in 1946, Lieutenant Colonel Donald Winder moved to Winona and started practicing law. He was fifty-three years old, and had not practiced in Minnesota before. He became involved in civic activities, many of which concerned his fellow veterans. As a result of his work for the local chapter of the American Legion, the U. S. Savings Bond campaign and the county polio chapter, he became known as Winona's most Patriotic Marine. He died on September 18, 1968, at age seventy-three. In April of the following year, the Winona County Bar Association presented a memorial to him in district court.