Condolence & Memory Journal

Vinnie and I would jaw over the Yanks vs Red Sox in 2004, the year the Sox swept the Yanks in the Divisional Playoffs. This all happened over a beer at the Highland Cafe in Malden. Everyone was on his case in good fun... but he didn't come back after the series for about two weeks. We missed him...

Posted by George Alger - Ipswich, MA - Acquaintance   August 28, 2021

So very sorry for your loss.
Merry and Kevin Boyle

Posted by Kevin Boyle - Wakefield, MA   May 06, 2021

Rosemarie, I am so, so sorry to learn of the passing of Vinnie. He was one of the nicest people I've ever met. Never a bad word about anyone, he was a gentle soul which I truly admired. I'm sorry I couldn't have been closer to both you and him but family circumstances got in the way. I shall always remember him as the kindest, most gentle man I ever had the privilege to know. You both will remain in our hearts forever.

All our love,

Michael & Penny

Posted by Michael Pesaturo - Winslow, ME - Family   May 05, 2021

We are so sorry for loss, we know he meant the world to all of you. He will be missed. We will keep you in our thoughts and prayers. ❤
Love the Snyder Family

Posted by Sandy Snyder - Stoneham, MA - Friend   May 04, 2021

So very sorry for your loss, we know he meant the world to you. We will keep you in our thoughts and prayers. ❤

Posted by Sandy Snyder - Stoneham, MA - Friend   May 04, 2021

Candle

Heaven just got another Hall of Famer on their roster similar to the likes of Ruth, Gherig, Mantle, Mattingly and Jeter. I hope you've already pointed out all of the holes in their swing. Love you Uncle and be at Peace.

Posted by Mic Pesaturo - Georgetown, MA - Family   May 03, 2021