Obituaries

Vincent Eric Magnano ‘Vinny’

Thursday, February 13, 2014

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Vincent Eric Magnano “Vinny,” 19, of Hollis, NH, passed away accidentally on Friday, Feb. 7, 2014, in Incline Village, Nevada.

Beloved son, brother, grandson and friend, Vincent graduated from Hollis Brookline High School in 2013 and was attending Sierra Nevada College where he majored in Environmental Science.

Vincent is best known for his infectious smile, happy, outgoing ways, living life to the fullest, carving his own path and his love of the Republican Party. Lover of nature and all it offers, Vincent loved to snowboard, fish, dirt bike and be with his friends and family.

Vincent is survived by his father, Peter Magnano, mother, Cynthia Pincence Magnano, sister, Brooke Magnano, paternal grandparents, Salvatore and Lois Magnano and maternal grandmother, Mary Pincence. Vincent had six uncles and one aunt on his mothers’ side, Bill Pincence and his wife Jennifer of Dracut, MA, David Pincence and his wife Deb of Lowell, MA, Jim Pincence and his wife Lorayne of Londonderry, NH, Ronny Pincence and his wife Paula of Litchfield, NH, Rick Pincence and his wife Megan of Northwood, NH, Wayne Pincence and his wife Robin of Plaistow, NH, and Donna Frye (deceased) along with 147 cousins. Vincent has two uncles on his fathers’ side, Mark Magnano of Oregon and Paul Moran and his wife Cindy of Maine, and 3 cousins.

In addition to his family members, he leaves behind his best friends, Nathan Weisman, Rebekah Chamberlin, his girlfriend Tori Poplar, many new friends from Sierra Nevada College, and his pets whom he adored, Otto and Rumsfeld.

There will be a Celebration of Life for Vincent on Sunday, Feb. 16, 2014, at Brookline Function Hall, 32 Proctor Hill Road, Route 130, Brookline, NH, from 4-10 p.m.