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VINCENT ANTHONY CHARTIER
Born: Mar 30, 1960
Date of Passing: Nov 29, 2017Offer Condolences or Memory
VINCENT ANTHONY CHARTIER It is with deep sadness the family announces the passing of a beloved husband, father, brother and friend. Vince passed away at the St. Boniface Hospital on Wednesday evening, November 29, 2017. Vince was born in Fort William on March 30, 1960. He spent his school years in the Toronto area. Then at the age of 17, he moved to Winnipeg to be with his siblings. He was predeceased by his father (Gus) in 1990 and his mother (Alice) in 1997. He is survived by his wife Deborah, after 32 years of marriage; his sons, Tyler and Everett; his father and mother-in-law, Bruce and Anne Routley; sisters, Sharon (Tom) Celeste, Sheila (Claude) and his brothers, Duane, Sheldon (Rita) and Kevin and many nieces and nephews and his goddaughter Angela (Marc); close friends, Wayne, Kathy, Eveline, Larry, John and Sharon. Vince had a passion for speed, he raced professional motocross bikes in his early teens all through the United States for team Suzuki. In his late twenties, he started to attend car races in Canada and US with his friends, Wayne, John and Larry. When his boys were born, he took them to the car races. Vince also had a passion for collecting cars, from die cast to petal cars. His love for cars pursued him to have a career in the automotive industry. In 1983, while having lunch at McDonald's, Vince met the other love of his life, Deborah. On September 21 1985, they married at Knox United Church. In 1988, they had their dream home built in North Kildonan, where they lived for 29 years and were lucky to be a part of a kind-hearted neighbourhood with wonderful neighbours. In 1995, their first son Tyler Bryce was born and three years later, Everett Parker was born. Vince loved to watch his boys play football, he said it was more enjoyable then watching professional football. He loved to have parties with his friends and family, there were many Grey Cup and Super Bowl parties. It was the perfect time to showcase his quick wit, he always had a one-liner. Vince also loved to shop. There were many years we attended Black Friday sales in Grand Forks and Fargo, and shopped in St. Thomas and Cozumal and other places. The family went on many holidays with Bruce and mom (Ann) and friends. Over the past four years, Vince fought a courage battle with his illness. He never complained and never gave up, however after using up his nine lives, his battle ended, with his family and friends by his side. A special thank you to the team of nurses and doctors at St. Boniface Hospital in the ICU and to Dr. Barry MacMillan. A celebration of his life will be held on Thursday, December 7 at 2:00 p.m. at Cropo Funeral Chapel, 1442 Main Street. In lieu of flowers, a donation in Vincent's memory may be made to the Canadian Diabetes Association.
Publish Date: Dec 5, 2017
VINCENT ANTHONY CHARTIER On November 29, 2017, Vincent, beloved husband of Deborah and father of Tyler and Everett, passed away at the St. Boniface Hospital. Memorial Service will be held on Thursday, December 7, at 2:00 p.m. at Cropo Funeral Chapel, 1442 Main St. Complete obituary to follow.
Publish Date: Dec 4, 2017
As published in the Winnipeg Free Press on Dec 05, 2017
Condolences & Memories (9 entries)
I was introduced to Vincent via my hair stylist. My car problems were no more after Vincent helped me. He was a very special, and generous person. It was such a comfort to know what a honest person he was. My deepest sympathies to you Debbie and your sons. - Posted by: Gladys Maringer (Client) on: Jul 13, 2018
To Vince's family, I am so sorry to hear of Vince's passing. I tried phoning but was told I had the wrong number. I am very sorry for your loss. Vince was a very special man, very kind and very generous. Truly will be missed. Denise - Posted by: Denise Kennedy (Friend) on: Jul 11, 2018
We just found out today April 11 that Vince had passed. We are truly sorry we never got a chance to say good bye to him or attend the memorial service. He was so decent and honest and always stayed to chat with us when he dropped our car off. He never rushed us for payment when he knew times were tough for us. WE will miss Vince very much and doubt we will ever find another mechanic like him. So sorry for your loss. - Posted by: Sharon Segal and Steve Moscovitch (clients) on: Apr 11, 2018
Debbie I’m so sorry to hear about the passing of Vince. I know from talking to Debbie that Vince had many health issues over the years. I never got to meet Vince at any of the volleyball games that the family was involved in but I wanted to extend my sympathies also to Tyler and Everett. - Posted by: Karen mccarthy (Friend) on: Dec 19, 2017
Our sincere condolences to Debbie, Everett and Tyler. - Posted by: Raj and Khalida Santiago (Friend) on: Dec 19, 2017
We are so very sorry for your loss. May precious memories bring you comfort during this difficult time. - Posted by: Ray and Louise Boissonneault (Friends) on: Dec 07, 2017
Our Sincere condolences to the family may he rest without pain. May god bring you comfort at this time. - Posted by: Brandford/Andrade Family (Friends of Everett) on: Dec 05, 2017
All of us at Wallin Industries would like to express our deepest sympathies to Deb and her family. We are all truly sorry for your loss. Management & Staff, Wallin Industries. - Posted by: Wallin Industries (Employer) on: Dec 04, 2017
My condolences to Vince's family. I share the sadness as you grieve the loss of a husband and father. Vince was special, so honest, and one of a kind. After my husband died, I had to take over the maintenance of my car. I had no idea who or where.Then my son introduced me to Vince and the rest is history. I trusted him implicitly and he took care of my cars for twenty years. Over that time, he became a friend and we had many interesting conversations. He will be missed by many. I hope that you, his family, will find comfort in many wonderful memories. Sincerely, Shirley Augustine. - Posted by: Shirley Augustine (Customer and friend....) on: Dec 04, 2017
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