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Celebrating the life of

Vincent "Vince" Cordo, Sr.

Passed away on February 07, 2024

Vincent

 Vincent Cordo, aged 71, passed peacefully in his home at The Landings on February 7, 2024, surrounded by his loving family, after a brave battle with lung cancer. He is survived by his devoted wife, Dawn, his cherished daughter, Venessa, son-in-law, Doug, and grandsons, Douglas and Daniel and beloved son, Vincent, and daughter-in-law, Deanna Cordo, as well as his beloved granddaughters, Olivia, and Aria. Vincent leaves behind three brothers and is predeceased by two sisters and one brother.

A longtime resident of Woodland Park, NJ, Vincent's dedication to his community was evident through his service as President of the Board of Education. In 2015, Vincent and Dawn relocated to Savannah from New Jersey, seeking warmer weather and the opportunity for year-round outdoor activities.

Vincent had a passion for fishing and was a regular at the 17 South Rod & Gun Club. He found joy in supporting Skidaway Audubon projects alongside Dawn, using his design and construction skills to create custom garden items and structures. Recently, he took pride in designing and building a fence for future honeybee hives at Sparrow Field. Vincent was known for his meticulous work repairing turtle nesting boxes on the Terrapin Point golf course, earning him the admiration of many.

A lover of cooking, Vincent enjoyed experimenting with various cuisines and frequently shared his creations with friends and neighbors. He had a deep interest in history and spent hours researching topics of personal fascination.

Throughout his career, Vincent worked on significant projects in environmental services and information technology, leaving a lasting impact on the companies he served. Following his corporate career, he found fulfillment in running his own handyman business, specializing in residential tile work. His clients admired his creativity and the quality of his craftsmanship.

Despite preferring to remain in the background, Vincent's presence and contributions were deeply valued by all who knew him. In lieu of flowers, donations to Skidawayaudubon.org in his memory would be appreciated.

Vincent will be laid to rest in his home state of New Jersey at a future date, surrounded by the beauty of his beloved homeland.

 

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GUEST BOOK

Vince was a fine person, and, was always so kind to us. We will miss him. Our thoughts are with you at this sad time.

- Harwell, Savannah, Ga

A cousin we will all miss. May he rest in peace

- Bob Murphy, Saddle Brook , NJ

My deepest condolences Dawn. Cousin, May you rest in peace. Cousin Augie and Barbara.

- Augie Derosa, Tucson, AZ

We could not wish for a finer friend and neighbor.

- Dennis & Susan Heath, Savannah, GA

Keeping you/ your family in my thoughts.prayers. lucy monahan

- lucy monahan, SAVANNAH, GA

Vince was a wonderful neighbor and friend to my mother and to us. He will be missed. Prayers to Dawn and the family. Pam and Frank Schepis and Barb Sullivan

- Schepis, Savannah, Ga

Dawn, so sorry for your loss. It's a loss for the neighborhood also. Gordon and Judy

- Judy Anderson, Savannah, Georgia

Our sincere condolences to Dawn and the family. I worked with Vince in EBASCO, took the train to Hoboken with him and served on the School Board with Vince. Vince helped me construct a home addition in West Paterson.

- John De Feis, Alpharetta , GA

Services under the direction of:

Fox & Weeks Funeral Directors, Hodgson Chapel
912-352-7200