OBITUARY

Vincent William Glasscock

December 29, 1959August 7, 2018

Mr. Vincent “Vince” W. Glasscock, widow of Mrs. Gloria Story Glasscock entered into rest on Tuesday, August 7, 2018.

Mr. Glasscock was a graduate of Evans High School and attended Georgia Southern University. Vince had worked for Caldwell’s Nursery for many years and later retired from Dixie L.P. Gas. He had an exuberant personality and loved everyone. He loved the great outdoors and took enjoyment in hunting and fishing with all his buddies.

Survivors include his parents, James & Loretta Glasscock, his sister, Becky (Michael) Burrell, brother, Jim (Becky) Glasscock, his nephews, Mike Burrell, Jamie Burrell, and James Glasscock III, and several great nieces and nephews.

There will be a celebration of Vince’s life at 4 p.m. on Saturday, August 11, 2018, at the home of his parents.

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Vincent William Glasscock

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Barth Josey

August 11, 2018

I only had a few short months to get to know him but I feel so blessed that I got that time with him. He was a great man with an even greater personality. He was a blessing to my wife and I and we will miss him and his laugh. We are praying for his family and everyone whose live he touched. I'm sure he's up there fishing now.

Kenneth Hammonds

August 9, 2018

Last time I saw my friend was at our new hunting club property . We had just completed some work with his brother Jim and nephew James . Clearing area's for the coming season. After we helped load Tommy's and Jim's tractors, Vince and I decided we were going to fish a little while at the pond. Didn't take long to get some bites and some good conversation . But the weather turned and we had to scurry back to the trucks to load his Polaris. We said our goodbyes. I will always cherish the memories especially that one. RIP my friend!

Sandy Sims

August 9, 2018

If ever I had a great buddy & friend it was Vince. No matter what he always made me laugh. His laughter will be with me forever. We worked together for many years, but had a special friendship that is hard to find. I will miss you so much and love you forever💓. May God keep his hand on his special family. I love you all.

FROM THE FAMILY