Yeah, I miss him too. He was my grandfather.
I miss him as well. My Great-Uncle! And ordered a great Martini...
Me, too. Once when I referred to him as my great uncle, he replied, "Good, perhaps, but not great."
I was just thinking of Dr.Vincent today when I found out about a memorial service for one of my English professors at Kent State University, Edgar L. McCormick. Dr. Vincent was my faculty advisor in the mid-70's and boy did I get some private lectures from him as I was an underachieving student to say the least. He was by far the most memorable college professor I had and I attended college for 10+ years at as many colleges. I'll never forget his occasional lectures where he preached the entire period never touching on the subject matter. Definitely an unforgettable man.Jim Div0ky, 4/6/2008
Was his wife named Mary? Was she born in 1903? In June? Was he born in 1899? I was recently at a flea market and purchased something that belonged to I guess mrs. Vincent. It hadd his name, Howard P. Vincent from Chicago on their too. Does this sound familiar? My email is firstname.lastname@example.org. I am just curious if this belonged to them.
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