OBITUARY

Vincent Joseph Nicolini

12 March, 192620 October, 2020

Vincent Joseph Nicolini, age 94, of Douglasville, Georgia passed away Tuesday, October 20, 2020. He was born March 12, 1926 in Rochester, New York. Mr. Nicolini was a family man and enjoyed playing golf with his wife. He could be known for his stubbornness, as well as enjoying wine and martinis.

Preceding him in death were his beloved wife, Constance Difronzo Nicolini; his parents, Eliah and Lucia (Tomasia) Nicolini; and a sibling, Michael “Mike” Nickolini.

Those left to cherish his memory are son, Gary Nicolini (Nick Beatty); a brother, Albert Nicolini; two grandchildren, Tara (Dodie) Nicolini and Adam (Danielle) Nicolini; eight great-grandchildren; three great-great-grandchildren; and very special family friends, Debra and Greg Lorentz.

No services are planned at this time.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made in memory of Mr. Nicolini to the American Heart Association, 10 Glenlake Parkway NE, South Tower Suite 400, Atlanta, Georgia 30328, www.americanheart.org

Please take time to leave condolences with the family or share memories of Mr. Nicolini by visiting www.whitleygarner.com

Services have been entrusted to the care of Whitley-Garner at Rosehaven Funeral Home, 8640 Rose Avenue, Douglasville, Georgia 30134

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Tyese Marshall

22 October 2020

My condolences to you and your family. It really appears that he loved and was well-loved. Blessings to you and your family.

Danielle Nicolini

21 October 2020

Grandpa, I met you 24 years ago and married your grandson (Adam) shortly after, you welcomed me into your family with open arms, I had had 2 daughters (Kaitlynn & Kelsee) before meeting your grandson, you loved my girls with all of your heart and never treated them any different!! We then had Kerstin, you and Gram just adored her!! This past year was a difficult one for Adam and I and you never once thought any different of me and made sure I knew how much you loved me, we now have twin girls (Allyana & Angelina), you made me promise to always take care of them and that is exactly what I intend to do!! I miss you so much already grandpa and I will always love you!! I know you are up there with your chicky having martinis and reminiscing about your amazing life!! I love you so much!!

Marla Popielarczyk

21 October 2020

I 1st met this wonderful man over 23 years ago when my daughter Danielle married his only Grandson (Adam)! I remember his 1st comment he made to me when we met. "Well hello, I can see where Danielle gets her looks from". Such a kind, loving, and welcoming man. Even though Vinnie and his wife (Connie) only had one child together (Gary), he built a large family full of love, each and everyone of them just as accepting and loving as he was. And when it came to stories, he was the best at telling them, as he always loved an audience!!

You will be missed by your loved ones, Vinnie!

Love,
Marla

Terri & Ray Walton

21 October 2020

I met Mr Nicolini when I moved to Florida
He was a very nice man
He loved playing card games and when he came down last time I had him over for dinner with Gary and Nick he had a great time reminiscing over the past , we laughed and had a great time he missed his wife so much ,
Just look at Gary and you will see why he was such a great man
Will miss you RIP Mr Nicolini
Lords arms have you now

Adam Nicolini

20 October 2020

Oh grandpa I miss you so much already I’m so glad you are at peace now and back with gram (chicky) I know how much you have missed her. I will never forget how much you taught me over the years and all the memories I will cherish like summer vacation with you me gram and Tara every year you took us on my one and only train ride And when we would argue in the back seat of the Buick the only car gram would buy lol you told us now you two simmer down back their or even to this day I twirl my wife’s hair every night it all stated with you and my kiddy cocktails you made me every Sunday for dinner and to this day you taught me to leave the grill on when your done cooking because you never know when you have to put something back on now we laugh about it every time I say it I could go on and on my heart is broken but I know as the days go on it will get better I love you more then you will ever know give gram a kiss for me and tell her I love and miss her also watch over us until we meet again I love you

Connie Belpanno

20 October 2020

My thought’s and prayers go out to Mr Nicolini’s (grandpa) family I was just luckey enough to meet him and be able to help the family out a bit with him not to long ago ❤️What a sweet guy but set in his ways i tried to get him to do some thing and he said to me “ Is it time for you to go home yet ?” I laughed I will never forget that ❤️Rest in peace sweet guy

Patricia Palomaki

20 October 2020

I've always known that there were two kinds of Italian men - the stereotypical, macho type, and the lovers - the sweet, kind, patient, thoughtful, loyal ones who know how to treat women, and who love their children deeply. I was so lucky to have had a father and two uncles who were the best examples for our family, and who always were respected and loved deeply in return. Thank you, Uncle Vinnie for being one of the heroes. It's a sad world without you in it. Love you and miss you!

Debra Mayfield

20 October 2020

The staff of Whitley-Garner at Rosehaven Funeral Home and Memorial Park would like to extend our most sincere condolence to the Nicolini Family. We would like to thank you for entrusting the care of your loved one into our hands. Please remember you are not alone and we will always be here for you.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY

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