Vincent S. Livingston, Jr.

04/21/1962 - 05/20/2021

Obituary For Vincent S. Livingston, Jr.

Vinnie Livingston of Ivor Virginia passed into eternal peace on May 20, 2021. He is survived by his most prized possessions and what brought him the most pride and joy his family. Wife Paula, Children Colton, Jarrett, Shelby, John and Peyton. He loved God and his country. He proudly served in the United States Marine Corps. He was a true friend to all and when he spoke people listened and took note. He will be remembered and greatly missed. A graveside service will be held at Albert G. Horton, Jr. Veterans Cemetery with military honors.

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So very sad to hear this. Rest In Peace my friend. VMFA-251 Seat Shop Your friend, David Schimborski (Ski)
- David Schimborski
I'm very saddened an heart broken! Sorry for your loss my grandchildren!! Until we meet again my son Vin Rest In Peace with your dad an sister! Love you Vin , mom
- Donna McGown
"I was saddened to hear that your Vinny's passing. He was a great Man, He will be missed by So many. My thoughts are with you and your family. My heart goes out to all of you. -Jeff Bridges /family
- Jeff Bridges
My husband Bill and I knew and worked with Vinnie for several years. He was a hardworking, easy going man, and we both thought the world of him. I know how much he loved his family. With heartfelt sympathy, Sharon Stoops
- Sharon Stoops
Rest In Peace brother Vin! You will always be in our hearts an prayers! Love sis Donna
- Donna MCGown
Paula and family, we are so very sorry to read this. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you.
- Susan and Pete Gwaltney
Dear Paula, Debra and I are so very sorry for your loss. Even though we didn't know Vinnie, it's obvious that he was a great man and loved deeply by his family and friends. Our hearts and prayers go out to you, your family, and all who knew and loved Vinnie. ❤🙏 Troy & Debra Hill
- Troy & Debra Hill
I first me Vin when I was stationed at Marine Corps Air Station El Toro. We ended up working together on F4 Phantoms that were older than we were. Vin and I became friends and also ended up being transferred to MCAS Beaufort. Lots of adventures and memories of a very decent man. RIP Marine
- Andre Gachter
Vin was my best friend throughout the entire time I was in the U. S. Marines. We had great experiences together and shared in the brotherhood of the Corps. We had a blast together! I've really enjoyed the past several years where we reconnected and stayed in touch and had a bunch of more laughs about things that only he and I would laugh at. We also now share in the eternal brotherhood found in Jesus Christ. Its all good brother! Semper Fi! David Beahm
- David Beahm
There are no words that can comfort your loss at this time. Vinnie was an easy going , god loving man and has a wonderful family. It was my pleasure to know him and serve on the Surry Vol. Rescue Squad. I am sorry for your loss but hold on to the memories you have of a well-loved man. I have many fond memories of him . Johnny and Debbie Livesay
- Debbie Livesay
Great man, great friend,great dad and a talented hard working man. You will be missed by many!
- Keith Martin
I knew Vinnie at church and at work. He was a great man, he loved Jesus Christ and his family with all his heart and soul. It was an honor to know Vinnie. Rest in Peace, God Bless. Lane Adkins
- Roger Lane Adkins
Paula, I have no words. I am so very sorry for your loss. I pray you find strength to carry on.
- Stephanie Rogerson

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