Vince M. Palladini
At Paramount Senior Living, age 69, on Sunday, April 22, 2018. The Lord told Vince to stop fighting and to come to rest eternally with Him. Simply put, Vince was a great man. Vince was a great fighter not only inside the ring but outside it as well. He fought to be a great husband and he was. He fought to be great father and he was. He fought to be a great friend. He fought to provide more opportunities to children to find their passion. He fought cancer and won. He loved baseball and he loved to teach people. As a baseball coach, Vince was able to combine those two loves and he excelled at it. However, Vince had to fight Dementia. He fought Dementia every step of the way, never giving up and never backing down. Unfortunately, Dementia always wins no matter how hard we fight. The Lord had seen enough and called Vince’s name to the Kingdom of Heaven where he will be greeted by Evelyn, his beloved wife, and Vinnie, his beloved son. Vince is survived by his Son Rocco (Megan). Grandfather of Jude and Rocco. Brother of Nina Palladini, Cathy (Sonny) Philistine, Chester (Sandy) Balistreri. Uncle of Tom, Lyn, Chester, Ben, Gina, Nina, Marie and significant others. Also, a vast number of other family and friends. A special thanks to his second family of Paramount Senior Living and Paramount Hospice for providing the highest quality of care imaginable. Vince and the entire family rested easier knowing he was so well taken care of. Visitations Wednesday 2-8 PM at the Boron Funeral Home, Inc., 1719 Brownsville Road. Funeral Prayers on Thursday at 9:00 AM. Mass of Christian Burial in St. Pius X Church (Brookline) at 10:00 AM. Entombment in Calvary Cemetery.