still used widely, Persuasion: A Means of Social Influence. Winston was often referenced and quoted by many, and was known for his many works on Persuasion, Rhetoric, Debate, Critical Thinking, and Speech. He treasured the 69 years that he shared with his wife Neva in the house that he designed. Their home was adjacent to the Arboretum, and he enjoyed bird watching, and he had an extensive collection of fine books. The couple also had a lake cottage in Indiana that was a favorite place for vacationing. Winston is survived by his wife Neva, sister; Ardis, a brother; Howard, a sister-in-law Helen, and nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents, and brothers Cole and Paul. Winston was well cared for by his live-in caregivers Oogi and Bogi. A funeral service will be at 4:30 on Tuesday, March 10, 2009 at CRESS FUNERAL HOME, 3610 Speedway Rd., Madison, with visitation from 3:30 until the time of service. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the charity of ones choice.