Vincent was a much loved husband, brother and uncle. The family wishes to
extend deep gratitude to all for the support and messages during this time of
bereavement, and for taking the time to visit this memorial.
Margaret and the family would love you to join us to celebrate his life at
Enfield Crematorium. Though we are sad at his passing, we ask that you wear
colour rather than black for the funeral, in keeping with our desire to celebrate
a life well lived.
Family flowers only, but if you wish to make a tribute to Vincent, we ask that
donations are made to his chosen charity which he has supported for several
years – Essex & Herts Air Ambulance – https://www.ehaat.org/
Vincent Mazzone died peacefully in his sleep on 14 th March 2022.
Vincent was born on 24 th August 1932 to Gerrard and Jessica Mazzone. He
grew up in Birkenhead on the Wirral, leaving as a young man in 1948 to join
the Royal Navy, in which he served for 9 years.
While on shore leave from the Navy in 1953, he met the cousin of one of his
crew-mates, who he subsequently married on 6 August 1955. He was happily
married to Margaret (Peg) for almost 67 years.
After starting married life in Plymouth, in 1960 they moved to Enfield in
Middlesex, where they lived and he worked in telecoms for the majority of his
Vincent was a very sociable and much loved character, who enjoyed a whisky
and a game of cribbage with friends down the club, family gatherings,
holidaying in Greece, cooking, card games, and bringing his unique humour
and fun to any get together, with a dash of Italian passion thrown in!
A selection of floral posies. Approximate sizes are:
A beautiful range of sympathy baskets. Approximate sizes include: