Freddy Vignali

Freddy Vignali

Saturday, March 19th, 1960 - Tuesday, March 3rd, 2020
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Freddy Vignali, of Plymouth, went to be with Jesus, family by his side, on Tuesday, March 3, 2020, after a 10 year battle with cancer. He is survived by his wife, Susan, son, Matthew, daughter, Heather, son-in-law, Marven, granddaughter Isla, and siblings, Patrick, Annie, and Christine. He was predeceased by parents, Marcel and Lucienne, and siblings, Claudine and Gilles. Born in Uxbridge, England, he was a devoted husband and father, never missing a game or school play. He enjoyed playing and watching sports with his son, Matthew and watching his daughter, Heather play piano and sing. His relationship with his granddaughter, Isla, who shared his birthday, was incomparable. Any chance he had, he played with her, sang songs, and taught her about Jesus. He was spiritual, loved God, had an amazing gift for encouraging others, loved to tell stories, and joke. He put all his heart, strength, and effort into everything he did. Fred ran his glass company for 28 years. He had a passion and talent for fixing cars, appliances, boats, and anything around the house. He was a problem solver, taking on unwanted tasks to help others. There was seldom anything brought to him that he couldn't fix. Fred's larger than life presence and personality will be deeply missed. Although he is no longer present in body, his spirit of perseverance, love, compassion, and joy will live in the hearts of his family and friends. A celebration of life to honor Fred will be held at 1 p.m. on Saturday, March 21, at Duxbury Church followed by a reception downstairs.
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Sue Vignali

Posted at 03:12pm
So long, Fred(March 19,1960-March 3, 2020)

HE is in Glory, with all the saints who passed before him, having an amazing reunion with those who he missed soo much.

His unfailing love for Jesus, passion, humor and enthusiasm for life will be greatly missed.❤️❤️❤️

I could not have asked for a better helpmate, or for a man whose devotion and love for me NEVER failed.

Heather Altidor

Posted at 03:09pm
Dad was such a special, unique person. His heart for others was truly amazing. He loved to tell stories, encourage others, and was constantly joking. He put his whole heart into everything he did. If he was going to do something, he was going to do it with all his strength and effort. He had a passion for building and repairing. There was seldom something we brought to him that he couldn’t figure out. His love for his granddaughter, Isla who he shared his birthday with was incomparable. Any chance he had, he was playing with her, teaching her songs, and about how much Jesus loves her. My dad will be so missed, but the love and joy he brought to our family will always be in our hearts. Thank you, Dad for persevering, for providing, for teaching us, loving us, and for all the laughter you brought to our lives. We love you forever.

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