Donald R. Vincent
1948 - 2021
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Donald R. Vincent, 72, of Ocala FL, loving husband and father of three, went home to the Lord February 8, 2021 after a brief illness.

Don was born in Springfield, VT and was the son of the late Albert and Theresa Vincent of Manchester, NH. A 1966 graduate of Otter Valley Union High School in Brandon, VT; he went on to spend thirteen years in the Army National Guard; spending most of his career in transportation management with the United Parcel Service and CF Motor Freight.

He was a jovial man with a great sense of humor and a boisterous laugh; his interests were varied, loving many outdoor hobbies including farming, hunting, fishing, camping, golf, gardening and kayaking. He also enjoyed playing card games with friends and family; was a trained pilot, licensed auctioneer, a member of the Free Mason's and a Shriner.

Don had a personal relationship with Jesus Christ his Savior and was an active member of the churches wherever he resided

Don is survived by his wife Terry Jean Vincent of Ocala, FL; three children Lisa Vincent Bender and husband Todd of Hershey, PA; Peter Vincent and wife Lisa of Corinth, VT; and Eric Vincent and wife Marissa of Bel Air, Maryland; six grandchildren, and one great grandson; two sisters, Jeanette Kennedy of Fitchburg MA, and Diane Cross and husband Jim of Whitefield, NH; two step-sons William Ogert of Bennington, NH and Donald Orgert of Spencer, MA, several nieces and nephews and of course, his beloved dog Buddy.

An intimate service was held at Oakwood Church in Ocala, FL on February 13, 2021 with a celebration of life to be held in Rutland, VT at a later date.

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Published in The Bennington Banner on Feb. 20, 2021.
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