Vincent C. Nocito

  • Born: July 16, 1934
  • Died: September 24, 2019
  • Location: Burlingame, California

Crosby-N. Gray & Co. - FD-96

2 Park Road
Burlingame, CA 94010

Tel. (650) 342-6617

Tribute & Message From The Family

Vincent C. Nocito was born in San Francisco on July 16, 1934 to Carlo and Beatrice Nocito from Verbicaro, Italy. He passed away surrounded by family on September 24, 2019. Vince graduated from Commerce High School. Afterwards he joined the army and was stationed in Germany. He later continued his education while raising a family and worked for PG&E starting as a clerk working his way up to an Accounts Payable Supervisor for 34 years. He started his second career in Tahoe City as a Recycling Supervisor for TTSD.

Vince is survived by his wife of 63 years, Darlene Nocito. They were best friends that loved each other deeply. He is also survived by his three children and their spouses, Dina (Paul) Achiro, Elaina (Ron) Bland, and Vincent Jr. (Julia) Nocito, and his sister Gail De Ceourtsy. Papa/Grandpa loved spending time with his grandchildren, Danielle (Gahl), Ricky (Jenny), Alyssa (Dillon), Wyatt, Dominic, and Bridgette. He was also a loving Great Papa to Nicco, Elliott, Hugo, and Leo and was a caring Uncle Sonny to his nieces and nephews, Jenna (Jeff), Kevin, Luke, Dorice, and Joey. He was preceded in death by his brother Joseph Nocito and brother-in-law David De Ceourtsy.

Vince was an amazing man. He belonged to numerous social clubs and his passions were playing golf, sports, fishing, and hanging with friends. He enjoyed coaching and being a mentor in the community. Everyone who ever had the pleasure of knowing Vince said that he was larger than life. He was extremely personable, highly respected, and a very strong individual. He loved life and lived every moment to the fullest.

Donations can be made to UCLA Mattel Children's Hospital. A service will be held at Our Lady of Angels Catholic Church in Burlingame Friday, October 25th at 10 AM with reception to immediately follow.


Condolence & Memory Journal

Dearest Brother Sonny, I hope you knew in life that I absolutely adored you. You were so much more than a brother. My world was always more secure and stable because you were in it. You were so consistent and compassionate in your caring for me. You were such a constant support for me, David and our children. I wish you could have had more time with Little Luke. I know that you will continue to watch out for us even now. I feel we have a cheerleading angel in heaven showering the whole family with encouragement, confidence, and the inner strength of spirit we will need as we keep a piece of your life living in ours. I love you dear brother. You will always be my Sonny.

Posted by Gail De Ceoursty - San Francisco, CA - Sister   October 19, 2019

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