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Vincent Esposito

Jamesville, New York

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Vincent Peter Esposito July 11, 2019 Vincent Peter Esposito, 91 years old, passed away on July 11, 2019 with his family by his side. Mr. Esposito served in the US Marine Corp. He is survived by his wife of 63 years Alice Esposito; Sons: Greg (Jan), Brian (Paty), Bill (Mary Beth), Matt (Sue), Mark...

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Dear Alice & Family, We were saddened to read of your loss. God is always in your corner at times like this. Love & prayers for you all.
Jeanne, Becky & Mark Mancini

Espo's - What a great man Uncle Vinny was. He instilled family values like no other. Hard work, love, and lots of singing and dancing...memories to last a lifetime. Thank you, Uncle Vinny, for all the summer memories up on Lafeyette Rd. We will miss you so much. Cheers and prayers to a life of goodness.
oxox Bethy Boo Campbell Davis

Uncle Vin was the sweetest man.
He will be sorely missed.
Sending love to all.
Jen (Neely) Densmore

Dear Esposito Family,

We are truly broken-hearted for all of you & very disappointed that we couldn't be in Syracuse today.
We all have such great memories of Uncle Vinny...He was such a caring and selfless person. We will never forget his welcoming smile and his memorable dance moves! We are all better people for having known him and the example he set for us all. I will continue to keep you all in my prayers.

Thinking of you & remembering Uncle Vinny...

I am so sorry to hear of Mr. Esposito's passing. I just heard from my dad who thought I knew. My thoughts are now with you family. Prayers to you all.

My sincerest condolences to Mrs. Esposito and the Esposito family. I know this has been a difficult time and I have often thought of you. I am sorry for your loss.

Caron, Ken, and Joanna Case

Aunt Ollie and my cousins and their families,
Uncle Vinnie was a wonderful person and will be missed by all. I have such wonderful memories of him, especially when we would all get together at Aunt Nans and Uncle Nick would play his clarinet and we would all be dancing. When we would play shirtless we would always due Uncl Vinnie because he had a certain dance move. I will miss him dearly, but now he is feeling great and is with Jay and that makes me feel good. Love you Uncle Vinnie! ...

Dear Fran, Justin and Family,
I am so sorry to hear of this very sad passing of your Dad/Grandfather.
My Heart goes out to all of you, and you are all in my Prayers.
Love,
Terry White