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Why Wool? Learn The Benefits Of Wool! Main Menu. Home New!This was the first sweater Woodworth ever made when he was 12 years old. Woodworth began working for the Winona Knitting Mills at the age of 6-years-old where he started packing sweaters into plastic bags to prepare them for shipping. He worked there ever since, only taking a break to join the Navy for five years.
Now, at years-old, Woodworth said how grateful he is to be able to still have the Winona Knitting Mills in his family and work in the building.
They owned two other locations at the time and were looking for a third location. Jack Temple, the owner of a textile company in Winona, suggested they invest in a building in Winona. The empty building on East Second Street was originally built for a wool mill that never opened. Pete Woodworth said when the Winona Knitting Mills opened, there were lines of people waiting work at the mills. He said mostly women were employed to run the sewing machines, and noted they enjoyed working there together and most of them were friends.
Proof of the friendships made can still be seen in the break room of the Winona Knitting Mills building. Enlarged photos of women with their arms around each other, laughing and eating ice cream at company picnics can be found hanging on the walls of the original break room. Woodworth said the break room has been left untouched to remind current tenants of the bonds that were created in the building.
Woodworth told the audience about how he and his wife went bowling with the cast of the movie and his wife was only able to enter the movie screening because she was wearing the infamous sweater.
In the audience, Howard Rockwell and his wife listened to the history of the old building he used to work in. Rockwell said he loved working at the Winona Knitting Mills and said he got along well with Woodworth and his family.
Rockwell worked at the Winona Knitting Mills in the laundry department from to He was in charge of washing all the material before it was sent to the machines. Rockwell said after 40 years of working at the Winona Knitting Mills, his favorite memory was when they moved the laundry facility from the first floor to the third floor.
Woodworth recognized some of his old employees and thanked them for coming to the lecture. After the lecture there were some questions about what went wrong for the Winona Knitting Mills. For some, the closing was unexpected, especially for the employees.
Even though Rockwell had retired inhe was saddened to hear the news of the mills shutting down. I was really surprised; they hired a lot of people. I saw a lot of people come and go. Woodworth explained said he was advised to sell the company after making visits to Washington D. Woodworth said the hardest moment of his career was when he had to tell his employees the Winona Knitting Mills was closing its doors for good, leaving employees unemployed.
Those values came from my father and it came from his father.
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All rights reserved.Pete Woodworth, longtime president of the Winona Knitting Mills, took his grandson, Walker, to the opening of the Winona interstate bridge in Woodworth, known for his generosity and commitment to improving Winona, died Wednesday at the age of Pete Woodworth, left, and his grandson, Walker Woodworth, stand as local and state officials speak during a ceremony for the new Winona bridge opening in Woodworth and his grandson were among the first to cross the new bridge.
Pete Woodworth, left, and his wife Joyce, owners of the former Winona Knitting Mills, look over photographs of themselves with the actors from the movie premier of "The Big Lebowski. Pete Woodworth, the longtime president of the Winona Knitting Mills, known across Winona for his generosity and commitment to improving the city, passed away Wednesday at age Born and raised in Winona, Woodworth is irreversibly linked to the former sweater-making company at E.
Second St. Joyce Woodworth, his wife, went so far as to say that, if you grew up in Winona and are older than 50, you almost certainly worked at the Winona Knitting Mills at one time or another.
And if you did, Pete Woodworth probably hired you. It was difficult for him to let go. His friends describe him as driven, as fiercely committed to bettering his hometown any way he could.
His fundraising efforts and personal contributions supported the expansion of the YMCA and the History Center, and his appreciation for Frisbee golf was a key factor in the creation of a Frisbee golf course along Lake Winona. I worked closely with him on a number of things … and he became a really good friend of mine. He was such a vibrant and intelligent person, somebody that I grew to admire. He was like a mentor to me. He took a personal interest in the success and wellbeing of all of his employees, his family said, even after it became clear that the Winona Knitting Mills would be shut down.
Woodworth arranged for local companies to stage a job fair at the mill, which he encouraged his employees to attend during work hours. He was recently diagnosed with Lewy body dementia, a particularly cruel form of brain disease resulting in radical changes to behavior, cognition and movement.
Joyce said her husband, whose life included stints as a Navy Seal and an underwater diver, was soon reduced to someone she could not recognize. Lewy body took his character, his personality, his beliefs — everything that made him who he was. Kyle Farris can be reached at kyle. A memorial and remembrance service for Pete Woodworth will be held at First Congregational Church at 11 a. Visitation begins at 10 a. Dennis Challeen, the colorful and unorthodox Winona County judge who, in the s, became the first judge in the country to sentence nonviole….
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