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Vincent Douglas Panevino, 75, of Delray Beach, Florida passed away peacefully on March 17th, 2023 surrounded by his family and loved ones.
Vincent was born on February 19, 1948, in the Bronx, New York to Thomas and Sydelle Panevino. He had two siblings, Guy (born in 1937) and Valerie (born in 1942). Vincent and his siblings spent most of their childhood and early adult years in Queens, New York.
Following the tragic loss of his mother and brother early in his life, Vincent rebounded by dedicating himself to his career as a graphic designer. He worked long hours studying his craft and building his design company, Panevino Design, from the ground up. Over the years, his creative talents afforded him the opportunity to work on global brands like Ralph Lauren and Lancôme. Vincent was well-respected by his industry peers and clientele alike.
Vincent met his wife, Judi, in New York City and they later married in Hawaii in 1985. Four years later they welcomed their only child, Thomas, in 1989. Vincent was overjoyed by the birth of his son. Vincent and Judi would go on to raise their son in Battery Park City in lower Manhattan.
Vincent was a passionate fly fisher. He would often wake up before dawn on the weekends to make the trek to his favorite fishing spots outside of New York City. Vincent also loved his sports cars – nothing made him happier than some open road and the rev of his Porsche engine!
When retirement called, Vincent left the hustle and bustle of the Big Apple and relocated with his wife, Judi, to Delray Beach, Florida. In retirement, Vincent kept busy with varying design projects, tuning and polishing his Porsche, and frequent visits to his son and son-in-law in Texas.
Vincent was preceded in death by his parents, Thomas and Sydelle Panevino, his brother, Guy Panevino, and his sister, Valerie Diamond. Vincent is survived by his loving wife, Judi, his son, Thomas, his son-in-law, Mason, and his close network of friends.
The family of Vincent Panevino would like to extend their sincere appreciation for the outpouring of love and support. For those wishing to honor the memory of Vincent, donations made to The Trevor Project (www.thetrevorproject.org) or the Human Rights Campaign (www.thehrcfoundation.org) are sincerely appreciated.
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