I am so sorry to hear of Vince's passing. He was such a joy and I truly feel blessed for knowing him. He always had a kind word and I loved listening to his wonderful stories. A beautiful person with a beautiful spirit. God Bless you Vince.
I am so sorry for your loss. I am Richard Plymale's niece (Jean's daughter) and met Vince several times when I was in Florida visiting and he was always very entertaining with his stories. I can just imagine them as teenagers!!
I first met Vince at my very first IAAM Conference in Vancouver, BC in 1976. After that our paths crossed on many occassions and locations as both a client and a friend. I seemed to always run into him at Goodings Grocery in Orlando where we discussed the virtues of good German mustard. RIP,
Vince you will be sorely missed and you were a dear friend to me and my wife Dixie, and a mentor to me. You were patient, caring, and considerate and always gave your friends and your associates more than they ever expected in return.We had such great times with you and Nancy throughout the years and I can still hear your laughter. God Bless you my friend and am sure thier is a Venue in heaven that you have been called to make sure the Foodservice operation is up to the good Lord's standards.