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Vincent Paul Cormier

May 28, 1953 ~ June 5, 2017 (age 64)
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Vincent Paul Cormier, "Vinnie", of Lebanon and formerly of Andover, passed away Monday (June 5, 2017) from injuries sustaining in a motorcycling accident at the age of 64.  Born May 28, 1953 in Hartford, he was the son of Conrad Vincent Cormier and Virginia (Cirilli) Cormier of Farmington.

Vincent was raised in East Hartford with his three siblings. He moved to Andover with his wife and three children in 1986 and from there to Lebanon in 1995. Vinnie has always been a devoted family man and nothing was ever too good for his family.  In recent years, his time spent with his granddaughter made many loving memories for her and those around them.

He was an active man who lived larger than life.  He enjoyed his dogs and horses, hunting, and anything to do with the ocean and all the adventures it presented-fishing, boating, scuba diving and lobstering.  In recent years he rekindled his love of motorcycles and spent many hours cruising with his beloved wife and their friends on his latest Harley.

People always knew when Vinnie was in the room, he was full of fun and jokes and loved to put a smile on people’s faces.   He worked hard to make sure that family and friends enjoyed their experiences and took home positive memories. 

He founded Vinco Mobile Equipment Repair in 2001 and enjoyed the challenges that owning his own business presented.  His creativity and inventive thinking allowed him to problem solve and challenge himself on difficult fabrication problems.  His great work ethic was exhibited in every project he worked on.  His business allowed him to meet and become friends with many people and his presence and dependability will be missed.

In addition to his parents, he leaves his beloved wife, Dianne (Cormier) Cormier; three children, Virginia Hennessey and her husband, Jesse of Windsor, Desiree Cormier of Hebron and Daniel Cormier of Marlborough; a grandchild, Raeme Hennessey; two sisters, Gail Cormier of Burlington and Claire Cormier of Raleigh, NC; a brother, Robert Cormier and his wife, Tracey of Gibsonia, PA; and numerous extended family and friends.  He will be missed by many.

The family will receive guests 1 - 4 PM Sunday (June 11th) at the Aurora-McCarthy Funeral Home, 167 Old Hartford Road, Colchester.  Burial will be private.


 Service Information

Visitation
Sunday
June 11, 2017

1:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Aurora McCarthy Funeral Home
167 Old Hartford Road
Colchester, CT 06415


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