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Vinnie Anzaldo
  • April 10, 1952
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  • July 03, 2010

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Vincent “Vinnie” Anzaldo, 58, New Smyrna Beach died Saturday, July 3, 2010. Vinnie was born in Montclair, New Jersey beloved son of Lucille Saliola and Rocco Anzaldo. He attended school and grew up in Hillside, NJ where he attended Union Tech School. At age 18 he worked for Seville’s Towing on the New Jersey Parkway where he learned his future trade. He moved to Daytona Beach at age 20. He did odd jobs until he went to work for Gerry’s Marina in New Smyrna Beach. He later worked for Myron’s Towing in Edgewater. His last job was towing big boats for Pelican Harbor Marina. He is survived by his beloved mother Lucille Saliola, father Rocco, friends Dave Wilder of Louisville, KY and Fran Farmer who were special friends in the end. He has a host of aunts uncles and cousins in New Jersey and a host of friends in the Daytona and New Smyrna Beach area. 6:00 PM at Baldwin Brothers Memorial Chapel 1 North Causeway New Smyrna Beach, FL 32169 on July 10, 2010 (map/driving directions)

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  1. 21 Jul 2010
    Linda Klaes says:
    Vinnie will be very missed, he was a very unique person. Who always made me smile,It was a pleasure to call him my friend and a good friend he was. He left us to soon. My prayers go out to his mom, Lucille,I know she will miss him very much.

  2. 06 Jul 2010
    Ginny Sendler says:
    We are so sorry to hear about Vinnie, our prayers are with him and all his family.

  3. 06 Jul 2010
    Nick Cetrulo says:
    Vinnie Although you were far from here you were on our mines. We talk about often, your cousins remember all your stories. I remember the day you said , were the Italian food. That"s the day I though you how to make tomato sauce. an every time Grandma knew you were in town there was a pot of soup on the stove. God bless you an see you in heaven. love you uncle Nick

  4. 05 Jul 2010
    Jan DelRussi says:
    Vinnie you will be missed by all. You were vivacious cheerful and always fun to be around. You always had the best stories. And whenever I needed you, either to come rescue me on the River or to help with the boat or trailer, you were almost always there.You are at peace go be with all who passed before you. Love ya kiddo.

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