Anthony Vincenti

Anthony James "Tony" Vincenti

1934 - 2020
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Anthony James “Tony” Vincenti, of Havre de Grace, MD, passed away on February 27, 2020. He was 85 years old.
Mr. Vincenti was born in Havre de Grace, Maryland, to Angelo Vincenti and Theresa Leonardi Vincenti. He was the devoted husband of Margaret Elaine Vincenti for 28 years, loving father of Anthony Francis Vincenti and his wife Cathy, and Marc Gardner Vincenti and his wife Ming, step-father of Caroline Coruch and her husband Gary, Deborah Deppish, and Dean Deppish and his wife Jen, grandfather of Justin Anthony Vincenti and his wife Amanda, Nicholas James Vincenti, Amanda Cotton and her husband Joe, and great-grandfather of Jade and Lila Vincenti and Trevor Thornton. He was the brother of Rose Hamilton, Tina Bidelman, and the late Sylvia Nicolletti, Barbara Bergalowski, Orlando “Sonny” Vincenti, Bernadine “Betty” Vincenti, John Vincenti, Norma Nastick, and Francis Vincenti, Angelo Vincenti, Jr.

Mr. Vincenti was a barber in Havre de Grace for many years. He was a member of the Havre de Grace Elks Lodge, Son’s of Italy, American Legion Post 47,and the Knights of Columbus. He was a skilled woodworker, craftsman, and carver. He enjoyed Crossword Puzzles and Playing the Piano. Mr. Vincenti was extremely proud of his family and his Italian Heritage. He loved family gatherings.
Services for Mr. Vincenti will be private.
Contributions may be made in his memory to ALS Foundation for Life, P.O. Box 96, Natick, MA, 01760.
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  • American Legion
  • Knights of Columbus 3rd Degree
  • Sons of Italy


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Tom Caine

Posted at 08:15pm
Many fond memories of Tony over years. He wiil be missed. My condolences to the family.

Michael Sheppard

Posted at 07:01pm
My Condolences to Tony's Family and Prayers of Comfort 🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏
Tony was a Good Man as I have known him for over 40 + years. I can remember when my Mom started taking me to him to get my hair cut as a
10 year boy. I can remember his shops in downtown HdG and over by Tidewater Marina.
I can say this that Heaven is getting a Good Man.
R.I.P. Tony 🙏🙏🙏🙏

Terri Wyatt

Posted at 06:48pm
I am so sorry for your loss. Tony was a sweet and kind gentleman. He gave my son his first hair cut at the age of 2, my son is now 23. My son was the 3rd generation of my husband to cut their hair. Your family are in my thoughts and prayers.
Terri Wyatt

todd holden

Posted at 12:28pm
remembering Tony, a kind hearted, good well as a top notch barber...I met him in 1965, when I worked at the First National Bank and Trust...he was the man to go.

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