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Elizabeth Catholic Church in Cambridge City on Tuesday, December 26, 2017 at pm. Friends may gather at the church from noon until start of services at . - Wayne Estel Vincent, age 85, of Richmond, Indiana, died Sunday, December 17, 2017, at Friends Fellowship Community. Army in 1956, Wayne chose to return to Richmond seeking a business career.
Burial will follow in West Side Cemetery in Milton We invite all those who want to remember her and celebrate her life, to bring their favorite photos and stories of Marleen to share with us. Born May 15, 1932, in Amboy, Indiana, to Laurel and Helen Gordon Vincent, Wayne was raised on a farm in southern Miami County near Amboy, Indiana. Wayne became sufficiently skilled on the piano to be appointed as the church pianist for Amboy Friends Church as an eighth grader. Serving in Germany for most of this period, he was influenced by several of his army buddies to consider business as a career. He became affiliated with Equitable Life Assurance Society in 1956.
Arrangements are being handled by Doan & Mills Funeral Home, 790 National Road West, Richmond Memorial contributions may be made to: Richmond Art Museum, P. Box 816, Richmond, IN 47375 or Richmond Symphony Orchestra, P. Rethia Mae Green Rethia Mae Green, age 84, passed away at Reid Hospital peacefully in her sleep on October 21, 2017, following a traumatic accident.
Memorial visitation for Wayne Estel Vincent will be from a.m. Saturday, December 30, 2017, at First English Lutheran Church, 2727 East Main Street, Richmond. Saturday, December 30, 2017, at First English Lutheran Church with Pastor John Walker and Pastor Chip Belanga officiating.
(International Violin Competition of Indianapolis), Contemporary Arts Society, Friends of Music (I. School of Music), Herron School of Art, Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, Indiana Association of Life Underwriters, United Way of Indiana, and Historic Landmarks of Indiana. Survivors include his wife, Jane Youngflesh Vincent, to whom he was married on October 19, 1958; children, Sarah (Don) Braxton of Huntingdon, Pennsylvania, Michael (Jennifer) Vincent of Swarthmore, Pennsylvania, Rachel (Joe) Etherington of Richmond, and Jeremy (Kim) Vincent of Richmond; Vietnamese refugee adult children, Hai (Ellie) Tran and An (Bouavanh) Tran, both of Richmond; grandchildren, Sam (Glynis) Braxton and Grace Braxton, Laurel, Virginia, and Johanna Vincent, Esther Etherington, and Lily and Henry Vincent; and Serbian international student, Alex Topalovic.
Wayne received numerous prestigious awards: Richmond Symphony Orchestra Outstanding Service Recognition (1981), Leadership Wayne County Outstanding Leadership Award (1987), Sagamore of the Wabash presented by Governor Orr (1988), Sagamore of the Wabash presented by Governor Bayh (1989), Inducted into the Wayne County Business Hall of Fame (1994), Earlham College Distinguished Alumni Award (1996), Jefferson Award-Indianapolis Star-Outstanding Community Volunteer (1997), and Chancellor’s Medallion Award from I. He was preceded in death by his parents, Laurel and Helen Vincent; sister, Beverly Overman; two brothers, Wendell and Murray Vincent; and grandson, Theodore Braxton.
Marleen was the cherished Great Grandmother of ten. In this day of family spread across the globe she enjoyed long telephone calls, frequent visits from her large loving family, and spending time with family and friends in her small town.
Marleen retired from the Richmond State Hospital, where she worked as a Qualified Medication Aide, Certified Nurse Aide Physicians Attendant. Elizabeth Catholic Church in Cambridge City, where she leaves many friends who know the grief her family is suffering behind. She traveled the world and had exactly the life she desired.