Vincent F. Pisani, Jr. Mar 10, 1959 - Apr 03, 2021
Vincent Francis Pisani, Jr., age 62, passed away peacefully surrounded by his loving family on Saturday, April 3, 2021 at his home in Boothwyn. Vince graduated from George Washington University in Washington, DC.
He was the owner of My Cousin Vinny’s Place in Aston, and was employed as an accountant for Lavella Brothers in Chester, and Lupi Restoration in Aston. Vince loved spending time with his loving family. He enjoyed spending time down the beach or by the pool in the summer and putting up his Christmas light display every year in the winter. Vince loved football. He was a huge Green Bay Packers fan and stockholder. When he was not busy doing those things, he enjoyed making elaborate meals for his family and friends.
Vince was predeceased by his parents Mary (Lupi) Pisani and Vincent F. Pisani Sr. His older brother Frank Pisani and his beloved labradoodle Pett Favre.
SURVIVORS: His loving wife of 28 years Theresa (Ware) Pisani. His children Vincent F. Pisani III and Alexandra L. Pisani, his sister-in-law Anne Pisani, his niece Gina Robey, nephew Frank Pisani, 4 great nieces and his beloved labradoodles Lambeau and Finley.
VISITATION will be Sunday April 11, 2021 from 6-8pm at Nolan-Fidale Funeral Home Ltd., 5980 Chichester Ave., Aston, PA
FUNERAL MASS and BURIAL will be private.
Vanda L Collins says:Submitted on: Apr 11, 2021
My sincere condolences, we were childhood friends. He was and always will be in my prayers.
Pete & LInda Jester says:Submitted on: Apr 10, 2021
Terry, Vin and Alex, I am still shocked about Vince. He was so strong in all he went thru. He always had a smile on his face and didn’t want to show people how he really felt. He was a great cousin who always made me feel warm and welcome. I still remember all the fun parties we had at your house. He made sure everyone was having a great time. He will be dearly missed by all. Please know you all are in our thoughts and prayers. Love Pete and Linda
Natalie Notarianni says:Submitted on: Apr 10, 2021
I want to express my condolences to Vince's family. He worked with my dad for a bit and I remember any time we interacted he was really kind and helpful,which in turn made what could be a mundane experience, enjoyable. That's a great quality in a person, that he for sure possessed. My last but favorite memory of Vince was when I ran into him at a casino fundraiser in the Nativity gym and we played cards at the same table for awhile. Throughout our interaction at the table he made me feel at ease and laugh and provided positive glimpses into and humorous anecdotes about my dad's interesting personality. I appreciated his kindness towards me. I can only imagine the enormous impact he had on those who knew him best.
George & Jo Zizmont says:Submitted on: Apr 06, 2021
Our deepest condolences to Terry and family. He will be greatly missed. George and Jo Zizmont
Judy lupi says:Submitted on: Apr 06, 2021
TerryAlex Vinny So sorry for the loss of the best most loved nephew Vinny was so kind caring loving took care of all the Lupi’s made the best Easter Bread put beautiful Christmas blanket on his uncle George’s grave every year he had the best smile was a great father husband and friend to all love forever Aunt Judy George Anne Eric Jackie and james