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In Memory

Vince Longo

Vince Longo

Vincent Longo

November 4, 1948 ~ August 10, 2016


Vincent Longo, age 67, passed away Wednesday, August 10, 2016.  Surviving are his wife, Josephine Enedina Longo; sons, Anthony David Longo and wife, Amber Longo, of Mooresville, North Carolina and Vincent Jose Longo and wife, Aimee Longo, of Nashville, Tennessee; four granddaughters, Sophia Rose Longo, Savannah Rose Cooper, Piper Lindsey Longo, and Londyn Kate Longo; and his brother and sister.

A Funeral Mass will be held on Friday, August 19, 2016 at 11:00 AM at St. Leo the Great Catholic Church, 335 Springdale Avenue, Winston-Salem, North Carolina.  In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Kate B. Reynolds Hospice Home, 101 Hospice Lane, Winston-Salem, NC  27103.

Arrangements by Hayworth-Miller Funeral Home, Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

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06/19/17 12:15 PM #1    

Ronald Curry

Vince had a true heart and used it to love many people and many things.  "Fifi the whore," his car, comes to mind.  Vince was the first guy I knew who GUSHED about how wonderful and beautiful a girl was.  During sophomore year, Vince, Dick Lowe and I had study hall together 4th period, so we also had lunch together.  That gave plenty of time for talking about sports, life and GIRLS.  Vince was falling in love (at least puppy love) with Suzi Cervantes, and he couldn't stop talking about her.  That was also when the Supremes hit "Baby Love" was on top.  Vince talked about both of them together.  Now it is difficult for me to think of Vince or Baby Love without also thinking of Suzi.  

Vince and I shared a lot more together over the years including football championships, cruising in Fifi, and just being with groups of friends.  When I saw him in 2015, he was the same positive guy I had known before.  He loved us all, and we loved him.  Miss you Vince!

This photo is from Freshman year without Suzi, but Melinda, Patti and Lacey will have to do!

09/14/17 12:07 PM #2    

J. J. Miller (Woehlck)

I grew up in the same neighborhood with Vinnie. We went to the same grade school. I went to my first year of high school in Northern California, and returned to enroll at THS. I saw him in the halls and said " Hi" .
I had wondered what had happened to Vinnie , I'm sorry to hear he has gone on to walk other halls .

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