Jack Clifford Vincent

Born: 02/03/1939 Passed:

Jack Clifford Vincent age 79 of Louisville went home to be with the Lord following an extended illness early Wednesday morning surrounded by family. He was born February 3rd, 1939 in Dennison, Ohio to the late Wilber Lee and Lillian Marie Vernard Vincent. Jack graduated from Uhrichsville High School is 1957. He proudly served in the U.S. Navy and was a member of American Legion Post # 548. He retired from Conrail and spent many years driving for Spitzers.

He was an avid fisherman and enjoyed many summers on his boat with family and friends. He learned to play Pinochle in the Navy and was a competitive player. Jack thoroughly enjoyed his card games at the American Legion with his friends. He was a member of the Beacon of Hope Church in Louisville and enjoyed his Sunday School Class. Jack always had a smile and a joke to share.

He is survived by his loving wife of 58 years, Barbara Jean (France) whom he married September 3rd, 1960; three daughters, Christel Rypien, Joyce Wheeler and Wendy Arrendale; four grandchildren, Chad Rypien, Justin (Erika) Finley, Andrea Rypien and Travis Arrendale; one great-grandchild, Madelyn Finley and a brother, Ed Vincent. He will be greatly missed by his furry companion, Duke.

In addition to his parents, Jack was preceded in death by a sister, Ethel Jane.

A service Celebrating Jack’s life will be held at The Beacon of Hope Church on Saturday September 15th, 2018 at 12:00 noon with a luncheon to follow. Donations may be made to Mercy Hospice. Condolences can be shared with the family at www.heritagecremationsociety.com.

Heritage Cremation Society
330-875-5770

4 Tributes to Jack Clifford Vincent

  1. J Ringer says:

    Barb,
    So sorry to hear about Jack. Always enjoyed playing cards with him.
    Are thoughts are with you always.
    Judy & Gene Ringer

  2. Cora VanDorsten says:

    MY LATE HUSBAND AND I NEVER HAD MORE FUN, OR LAUGHED MORE THAN WE DID WITH JACK AMD BARB.. Whether it was going on vacations together, going out to dine, or playing pinochle. For a long, long time we have been calling Jack our MIRACLE Man No matter what the doctors said,, no matter how bad the news, Jack was going to survive. And he did, for years. Jack will be missed forever, and he will be telling jokes in heaven. Love You Jack. ,Barb, so sorry for all you have been through. Take Care

  3. Cora VanDorsten says:

    My memories of Jack will always be laughter and fun. Whether we were on Vacation together, going out to eat, or playing Pinochle we always had fun, usually laughing at his crazy jokes. When he was feeling great or in the hospital feeling terrible, he had a joke to tell you. You can never think of Jack without a smile on your face. Thank you JACK for being you. We will always love you and miss you with a smile in our hearts and tears in our eyes. And Barb I am so sorry for all that you have been through, words cannot express. Take care of yourself now, Love You

  4. Tamara Pongratz says:

    Sorry for your loss. Prayers to you and your family

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