Windel Lee Alford, passed away peacefully in his residence on August 13, 2023. He was born on August 19, 1984, in Rome, GA.
Driven by his love for challenges and the satisfaction of a job well done, Windel dedicated himself to his career as a motorcycle mechanic. With his exceptional abilities and wealth of knowledge, he quickly earned a reputation as one of the finest mechanics in the area. His talent extended beyond just repairing vehicles; Windel had an innate ability to diagnose and solve complex mechanical problems that others found insurmountable. He never settled for anything less than perfection and took great pride in his work.
Those who were fortunate enough to know Windel will remember him as a kind-hearted individual with a generous spirit. He possessed an unwavering capacity to love and was always willing to lend a helping hand to anyone in need. Windel's warm smile and infectious laughter brightened the lives of those around him, leaving an indelible mark on their hearts.
Beyond his professional pursuits, Windel held a deep passion for collecting figurine motorcycles. His collection numbered over 250 intricately crafted replicas, each one representing a cherished piece of both artistry and mechanical mastery. Windel's enthusiasm for his hobby was contagious, drawing friends and family into the joy he found in these miniature marvels. Another passion of Windel’s was fishing. He enjoyed all things outdoors.
Windel will be deeply missed by all who had the pleasure of knowing him. Windel is survived by his adored son, Nathan Lee Alford of Piedmont, AL. He is preceded in death by his loving parents, Tony Michael Alford and Kimberly Marie Bell Davis.
A private memorial service will be held to honor Windel's life at a later date.
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