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Vincent Milton Showalter

July 23, 1964July 30, 2019

Vincent Milton Showalter passed away on Tuesday, July 30, 2019 at Accordius of Waynesboro due to complications of multiple sclerosis.

He was born in Waynesboro on July 23, 1964, a son of W. Milton and Dwan (Smith) Showalter, Jr.

Vincent was a graduate of Berea College in Kentucky, Medical College of Virginia in Richmond and was earning his Post Doctorate Degree at UTMB in Galveston, Texas prior to his illness.

Vincent is survived by his mother, his father and step-mother, Pat of Oklahoma; his former wife, Lori; son, Steele of Houston, Texas; brother, Spencer Showalter and wife, Lisa and their son, Kole and wife, LeAnne of Waynesboro; nephew, Kerry Showalter; half-brother, Travis and wife, Megan of Oklahoma; step-brother, Danny and wife, Jackie of Richmond.

He also leaves behind aunts and uncles, Elton Smith of Sarasota, FL, Alan and Eileen Wallis of Fishersville, Keith and Sharon Smith of Afton, Leroy Smith of Lyndhurst, Donny and Jenny Showalter of Fishersville and Sandra Whitesell of Staunton; numerous cousins, friends from high school, college and medical college whom he thought so much of.

Following cremation all services will be private.

“When I get to Heaven, I’ll be able to run again!

Arrangements have been entrusted to the Waynesboro Chapel of Reynolds Hamrick Funeral Homes.

Relatives and friends may share condolences and memories with the family online by visiting www.reynoldshamrickfuneralhomes.com


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Mary Abood

August 10, 2019

Vince, your smile, sense of humour, and intellect were unmatched. I am so grateful that you chose my lab for your dissertation research. I was just starting up my lab, and you were instrumental in its success, More importantly, you were a spark of joy in all our lives. May you soar now in heaven. God bless.

Tom Elliott

August 4, 2019

Vince and Lori lived in a small house I owned in Richmond in the 1980's. Vince was very smart and had a great sense of humor, they moved from the house just after their son was born. Vince and Lori were also sweet neighbors to have (we lived basically next door). I remember Vince telling me that his mother was concerned because she felt he had not inspected the house well enough before moving in. Vince told me he said "Mom, the guy is from Waynesboro". I guess he felt like I would have been honest about my description of the inside. So sorry for Vince leaving this earth too early. Tom & Jeannie Elliott

Jan Patriarco

August 3, 2019

I met Vincent at Avante where I was employed. My fondest memories of Vince was his determination to use his computer which his classmates had given him. He would roll up to my office and ask me if I had a time could I come and help him with a certain website.He loved his music and his favorite tv shows, and his favorite snacks! What an awesome man he was!! He will surely be missed by his family and staff.

Vicky Houser

August 1, 2019

I am so sadden about this but now Vincent you can run and walk. You have no more pain and you be peaceful. I never will forget you calling Kim "Pocahontas" because her hair was in a long braid. I sure won't forget your smile and sense of Humor. Your Guardian Angel has been your Mom. What a Wonderful Lady she is. RIP Vince till we meet again. Thanks for being a good room mate for Joe. May God be with your family at this time. Sincerely Joe and Vicky Houser

Wendy Simpson

July 30, 2019

What a great strong man god has received. I remember his laugh and his joking around. I'm glad I had the opportunity to take care of him during his stay at Accordius. May God be with his wonderful mom, son, and brother and all other family members. RIP VINCE. He will be missed dearly and remembered always.