Obituaries

Vitale, Vincent

August 30th, 2010

Vincent J. Vitale, Jr., age 75, of Wilmington, formerly of Medford, died Monday, August 30, 2010, at the Winchester Hospital following a brief illness.

Vincent was the beloved husband of the late Jean L. (Vecchiarello) Vitale, father of Sandra McKenna & her late husband Jack of Medford, Susan Cummins & her husband John of Arlington, and Marc Caggiano & his wife Rose of Peabody, loving “Papa” of Kevin McKenna, Darlene McKenna, Denise McKenna, Debra Vozikis, John Cummins, Jr., Stacia Cummins, and Tiffany Caggiano, and great-grandchildren Jerry, Jack, Jacob, Zachary and Angelica, son of the late Vincent J., Sr. and Anna (Zolk) Vitale, brother of Joseph Vitale and his wife Alice, Marion Alioto and her husband Frank, Annette Delligatti and her husband Vincent all of Florida and Stephen Vitale and his wife Ann of North Carolina, brother-in-law of John Vecchiarello of Billerica, Richard Vecchiarello of New Hampshire, Leo Vecchiarello of Medford, and the late Nicholas and Eugene Vecchiarello. Vincent is also survived by many nieces and nephews.

Funeral from the Nichols Funeral Home, Inc., 187 Middlesex Ave. (Rte. 62), Wilmington on Wednesday, September 1st at 10:00 a.m. followed by a Funeral Mass at St. Dorothy’s Church, Main St. (Rte. 38), Wilmington at 11:00 a.m. Interment Wildwood Cemetery, Wilmington.

Memorial donations in Vincent’s name may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association, 311 Arsenal St., Watertown, MA 02472.

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8 Entries in Guest Book for “Vitale, Vincent”

  1. Claudia Alioto Godwin says:

    For my Uncle Vinny,
    Memories and family gatherings with my quiet, reserved Uncle Vinny will never be forgotten.
    ” A sunset on earth is a sunrise in Heaven”

  2. Debi Alioto says:

    The memories I hold of my Uncle Vinny are of a kind and gentle man who was quick to smile and had the cutest laugh. It has been many years since I have had the pleasure of his company but he is always in my heart. I love you Uncle Vinny and I look forward to our sharing a meal at the banquet table of our Lord, I’ll see you in our eternal home.

  3. Susan Alioto Mitchell says:

    My prayers are with everyone.
    I believe that when we lose someone close to us, they still live on through us and give us strength and will always be a part of our lives in some way. Truly a great man! I will never forget my Uncle Vinny, his kindness, mannerisms and beautiful smile! God Bless!

  4. Joseph & Alice Vitale says:

    My brother Vin will never be forgotten. He left us with fond memories that will be in our hearts forever. He was a kind and loving person. He lived with us on two occasions and was a pleasant addition to our household. Alice got to love him as a true brother. So long Vin, will see you later.

  5. Amy Alioto says:

    My dearest Godfather and Uncle Vinny will never be forgotten in my heart and soul. I know his love will always be with me. Love, Amy

  6. Annette Delligatti says:

    My brother Vince has always been a powerful influence in my life.
    I Loved him so.

  7. Marion Vitale Alioto says:

    Hi Vinnie, There are no words that can be said to say what and how I feel. You knew me better than anyone, so you know what I feel and think. See you soon and I think of you every day, Love Marion

  8. Marion Vitale Alioto says:

    Happpy Birthday Vinnie, Love Marion

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