Mr. Vincent J. Schilens
- March 6, 1956 - July 2, 2011
- Miamisburg, Ohio
of Vincent's Passing
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Vince, I know you now reside in a beautiful place, free to pursue the things you enjoy most. May God bless you. Your collegue Keith.
To the family, I express my heartfelt condolences. I will always remember Vince in a kind and thoughtful way. Remember Vince as he was and it will help see you through.
Posted by: Keith Willoughby - Springboro, OH - Work Colleague Jul 22, 2011
I miss you so so so much. The kids miss you too. Joe misses you...we keep talking about the great memories you have helped to create for us. It brings both smiles and tears to my face. Please continue to watch over my family. Love you so much....
Posted by: Jennifer - Brighton, MI - Daughter in law Jul 21, 2011
may he rest in peace
Posted by: shelley - sisterr-in-law of his sister kat Jul 20, 2011
There is a place in my heart that is carved out just for you.
I have many memories of us growing up all way into adulthood. You were always the one that joked and you were rarely serious. You loved to laugh and make light of situations.
I remember one time when I came out to visit you in Indiana. You picked me up at the airport. I was suppose to ride in your truck bed because the kids were
Posted by: Kathy Feketik - Maple Heights, OH - Sister Jul 20, 2011
One of my favorite memories as a child was going to visit Uncle Vince at his gun shop in Lorain, Oh. I remember him teaching me how to press bullets into shell casings, and thinking he was the coolest uncle in the world. I use to love when he would unlock his pinball machine at his gun shop so my sister and I could play countless games throughout the evening. I remember going to knife shows with my uncle vince
Posted by: Pam Schilens - Sheffield Lake, OH - Niece Jul 19, 2011
I will always remember Uncle Vince joking around to make us kids laugh. I always looked up to him and loved him very much. I remember him teasing me, calling me Charlotte Lynn, even though my middle name is Marie! I cherish all the happy memories of Uncle Vince, all the good times we shared at family parties and the time we spent at the cottage. I love you, Uncle Vince, may you rest in peace with Aunt Diane in heaven and I look forward to seeing you again one day :)
Posted by: Charlotte - Niece Jul 18, 2011
Dawn, I will pray for your family that you will have strength and comfort at this most difficult time. Brenda
Posted by: Brenda Taylor - Dale City, VA Jul 18, 2011
My father would not want me to mourn him. My father would not want me to cry. He was a bit stubborn. But so am I. I cried and I mourned. I cried by myself, I cried with my wife, I cried with my sister, with good friends and good family...and I'm probably not done yet.
Sorry, dad, but I'm stubborn, too.
I just want to say thank you dad. Thank you for such a wonderful life. Thank you for helping me
Posted by: Son Jul 18, 2011
Kathy- Nancy and I are sorry for your Loss.
Rick and Nancy Minten
Posted by: Rick and Nancy Minten - Co-Worker Jul 18, 2011
How can I put into words how I felt about my brother Vince? It hurts to write this because I loved him so much and there is so much I wish I would have said if I would have known he was to leave this earth so suddenly and so early in his life. I took a bike ride today. A dragonfly rode with me for awhile and I thought to myself I wonder if that is Vince’s spirit telling
Posted by: Teresa Poffenberger - Sister Jul 18, 2011