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Vincent Tessitore

Vincent Gaetano Tessitore

Tuesday, June 6th, 1922 - Tuesday, January 22nd, 2019
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Obituary

Vincent G. Tessitore, 96, of Johnston, passed away peacefully, surrounded by his loving family. Born in Providence, June 6th 1922, he was a son of the late Alfredo and Civita (Ferrigno) Tessitore. Vincent is survived by his loving and devoted wife Helen (Vento) Tessitore. He is also survived by his two sons Vincent Tessitore Jr., and his wife Michelle of Coral Springs FLA., Alfred Tessitore and his wife Patricia of St. Charles MO., and his four step children Sheila Esposito of Johnston, Gail Esposito Williams of Cranston, John and Scott Esposito both of Johnston. Vincent was predeceased by his siblings Orlando Tessitore, Robert Tessitore and Adele Girard. He is survived by five beautiful grandchildren and seven beautiful great-grandchildren in addition to his loving nephews and nieces by whom he will be sorely missed.


After high school Vincent became part of the Greatest Generation. He was drafted in the US Army in 1941, and spent 3 years in Europe. He was a Sharpshooter assigned to the 4th Battalion and fought the battle on the shores of Normandy France in WW ll for which he received numerous medals before being Honorably discharged in December of 1945.

Upon returning home Vincent became a successful businessman in the booming Rhode Island Jewelry Industry. He was owner and operator of Tess Mfg., on Valley St., in Providence for over 50 years before retiring. A loving family man and husband who loved to dote on and care for his beautiful wife Helen. He was the love of her life as she was his. They loved to dance, travel, laugh and simply spend time together. He always left her little notes, post-it’s and cards to remind her daily of how much he loved her. Vincent was her great love and he will be truly missed. He was an avid golfer and a distiguished member of the Metacomet Country Club.

Services, with Military Honors for Vincent to which friends and family are invited to attend will be held Monday 5-7 pm in the Berarducci Funeral Home 26 Grove St., Providence. Burial will be private.

Flowers are respectfully omitted.
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Service Details

  • Visitation

    Monday, January 28th, 2019 | 5:00pm - 7:00pm
    When
    Monday, January 28th, 2019 5:00pm - 7:00pm
    Location
    Berarducci Funeral Home & Cremation Care Center
    Address
    26 Grove St
    Providence, RI 02909
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Lori J Esposito

Posted at 11:21pm
I was so very saddened to hear of Vinny's passing. He was such a special caring man with a smile that would make your day! With love, from your southern peach, rest in peace Vinny you will be missed ❀
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Tom Tatro

Posted at 09:12am
What an absolutely beautiful gathering to celebrate Vincent's life and legacy was experienced last night! Unfortunately, I never had the pleasure of knowing him - or any of the fine folks in attendance - but what a beautiful tribute I observed and will continue to marvel at for quite some time. As a member of the funeral home staff, and during many years in and around the funeral service profession in general, I was struck by the sincerity, quality, and genuineness of the love and respect evident in that place and the warmth which emanated therefrom; it was truly something rare to behold! Having served countless families in the past, allow me to pay tribute to your beloved Vincent by saying that I felt honored, pleased, and privileged to have been able to assist in serving such a wonderful group of family and extended family members, all of such sterling character. I have no doubt that your dear Vincent was looking down on all those of you gathered there in his honor with immense pride, fondness, and gratitude! Truly, his was a life well lived and certainly well celebrated. May he rest in eternal peace and may God bless you all at this tender time.

Posted at 05:39pm
Dearest uncle Vinny you made a great inpack in our family's life. Their are so many memories of you that I will need a 100 page book to say all of the great times we had with you and auntie Helen. You are surely going to be missed by Kenny and myself..You will always be in our thoughts and prayers forever. May you reat in peace. All our love Kenny & Eileen.

Posted at 03:34pm
We'll always remember you Dad because there will never be another one to replace you in our hearts, and the love we will always have for you. We have beautiful memories forever kept, for you our Dad, who we will never forget....Vincent & Michelle, Alfred & Patricia
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Lori Lyons

Posted at 06:47pm
Uncle Vin , it was a honor to have you in our family for all these years you were a great husband to aunty Helen .You will be missed and Rest In Peace in your new place πŸ™πŸ»β€οΈπŸ’™ Love lori
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Vinny and Helen. Thanksgiving Day 2018.
April 2018 4 generation photo
Alfredo and Civita's wedding anniversary . Vincent and siblings .
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May 26th 1973 Al and Patricia's wedding Higgins Avenue
Vincent drafted into the Army at 19 years old in 1941.
Vinnie with his older brother Orlando (Duke) and younger brother Robert.
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