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William (Bill) Winfrey Wynn, 82, died at his home in Griggstown, NJ on Monday, September 19, 2022, surrounded by his family. He was born in Atlanta, Georgia in 1940 to Winfrey Wynn and Marion Gertman Wynn. Bill survived polio at 18 months, and went on to become a prize-winning college athlete, competing in both swimming and gymnastics. He graduated from Druid Hills High School in Atlanta, received a bachelor's degree from Emory University in Atlanta (spending a year abroad at the Folkschool in Denmark, where he learned to speak Danish fluently), and then received his MD from the Medical College of Georgia in Augusta, Georgia. Bill completed his residency in radiology at Grady Memorial Hospital, University of Washington in Seattle, after which he moved to New Jersey and joined Princeton Radiology Associates, where he served the community as an interventional radiologist for 28 years, until retiring in 1999. In retirement, Bill devoted his energies to his many interests: he was a car and motorcycle enthusiast, he loved to sail, to be by the ocean, to travel the world, and to spend time with his family. Bill is survived by his wife, Ilana B. Pachter, a retired physician, his sons Russell Reese Wynn (and wife Andrea Lopez, granddaughter Chavella Aragon, great-granddaughter Reyna Selena Christina Ramirez), and William David Wynn; daughters Tamar Pachter (partner Stacey Hawver, grandchildren Freda Hawver Pachter and Jacob Hawver Pachter (wife Leah Safford)), and Sharon Pachter; and niece and nephew Marion Cannon Myers and John Morrow Cannon Jr. Bill was predeceased by his sister Claire Wynn Cannon and his son John Derrick Wynn. There will be a private gathering of family and friends to remember Bill. In lieu of flowers, please consider making a generous donation in Bill's honor to the Rocky Hill First Aid and Rescue Squad, at 53ems.net
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