Services
VIEWING
  • BECK'S TRIBUTE CENTER
  • 405 Fifth Avenue S
    Edmonds, Washington 98020
    (425) 771-1234
    March 3, 2017
    Begins at 1:00 pm
    Ends at 4:00 pm

    ROSARY
  • ST. MARY OF THE VALLEY
  • 601 W Columbia Street
    Monroe, Washington 98272-0279
    (360) 794-8945
    March 4, 2017
    Begins at 10:30 am
    Ends at :00

    FUNERAL MASS
  • ST. MARY OF THE VALLEY
  • 601 W Columbia Street
    Monroe, Washington 98272-0279
    (360) 794-8945
    March 4, 2017
    Begins at 11:00 am
    Ends at :00

    RECEPTION
  • ST. MARY OF THE VALLEY
  • 601 W Columbia Street
    Monroe, Washington 98272-0279
    (360) 794-8945
    March 4, 2017
    Following Funeral Mass

    GRAVESIDE
  • HOLYROOD CEMETERY
  • 205 NE 205th St.
    Shoreline, Washington 98155
    March 4, 2017
    Following Reception

    Vincent James  Palermo, Jr.
    April 10, 1953
    Chicago, Illinois
    February 27, 2017
    Seattle, Washington
    Shared Memories

     

    Vince was born on April 10, 1953, in Chicago to his loving parents, Vince and Ann Palermo.  He was the oldest of four boys and spent his youth in Berwyn and Naperville enjoying lively occasions with many cousins and relatives and a strong family life.  He attended Morton West High School and the College of Dupage before starting his working career which included sales, real estate and his own successful home building company.

    He was blessed with two lovely daughters, Anne Palermo Shaeffer and Jeanne Palermo, but later lost Jeanne tragically in a car accident.

    In 1988, he met his lovely wife, Doris (Dodie) and they relocated to Seattle, WA, where he followed careers in sales and 21 years at Century Link as a service representative.  Throughout their life together, Vince and Dodie enjoyed their home, travelling to Mexico and Hawaii and simple relaxation in their yard with their beloved hummingbirds.  Vince loved to cook, and perfected his grilling and homemade pizza techniques on his favorite Big Green Egg grill.

    In 2002, Vince was diagnosed with leukemia which he successfully fought and overcame with a bone marrow transplant provided by his brother, Tony.  Vince then went on to pursue his lifelong love of motorcycles and took annual trips to Sturgis...


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