Vincent was a therapist in Riverside, CA.
“I am going to miss you, Vince. Your wit and support for our graduate program was unmatched.”
Vincent became a quadriplegic as a teenager, but persevered, achieving his dreams and helping countless souls overcome their obstacles as an addiction medicine therapist. Vince was a remarkable man and mentor to many; he volunteered at his church in an addiction recovery program. He appreciated music of all types and played it, when he could get away with it, with the volume up in his office at work. He also enjoyed a sense of humor and a good prank and a prank in return. Vince was 65 and leaves behind a loving family.