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1966 - 2023
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Obituary for Vincent Roland Poole

Vincent Roland  Poole
Passed suddenly away on Friday, October 13th, 2023, Vincent Roland Poole.

Leaving to mourn with fond, beautiful, loving memories: his wife, Maisie of 30 years (though separated, still loved each other dearly) his 3 girls who were his world; Kendra(Justin) of Springdale, Kelsey(John) of Grand Bank, and Kaylee of Fortune; 7 grandchildren, who he loved more than life itself; Justin (Pop's boy forever), Mia, Sydney, Addison, Gabrielle, Briar, Rachel, and baby, Spencer Poole' who is due to arrive in March; father, Sidney Poole(Ruby); sisters Martha(Aubrey), Grace(Gilbert), Sheila, Norma(Roger), and twin sister Violet(Reuben);brothers, Philip George (Dorothy), Stephen (Doris), Glen (Michelle); brothers in law, Ivan(Bev), Hayward(Julie), Corwin and Rennie(Christa); sisters in law, Annie(Jim), Wanda(Cal), Loretta(Jeff), Bernice(Derek), Donna and Maxine(Stephen); special nephew, Bruce Poole; also a very large circle of nieces, nephews, great neices and nephews, and an even greater circle of friends.

Vincent was predeceased by his mother, Esther Poole; brothers, Lawrence Poole and Alan Poole; mother and father in law, Caroline and Reginald Simms; brothers in law, Roy Piercey, Andrew Keeping and Dwayne Morris; and his dear friend, Todd Kearley.

Vince was a man most people remembered after they met him. He was funny, jokey, and full of life. He loved fishing and started fishing with his father and brothers, but later had his own enterprise. He fished on draggers in Gaultois and in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia. He enjoyed fishing on the Aquatic Pioneer with Albert Lawrence, a man that he deeply admired. In 1990 he met Maisie and together they raised their three beautiful children; Kendra, Kelsey, and Kaylee. Then came his best treasures - his grandchildren; Justin, Mia, Sydney, Addison, Gabrielle, Briar, Rachel and Baby Spencer Poole who is arriving in the new year. Vince was a wonderful father and grandfather. He spent his time with them growing up. He bathed them, changed them and played with him. He took them sliding, fishing and on trips down the bay where they would pick mussels and clams and cook them up on the beach.

The quality time he spent with them was so important to him. He drove them all to succeed in school and to always be kind and caring to others.

Vince had a heart of gold. He was so friendly and easy to get along with. He knew people wherever he went. Vince was a hard-working fisherman. After the children were grown Vince went fishing on The Little Jack from Conne River with Dean McDonald, a good friend. He then went to work with Cooke's Aquaculture in Hermitage. His last fishing was done on The Northern Challenger with skipper Sim Forsey. Vince absolutely loved this boat and crew and they became family. Vince loved everything Newfie. Every place we travelled to, he had to go to the wharf to look at the boats. He loved the sea, loved Newfie music and step dancing (especially with his cowboy boots on).

Always known for his big laughs and sense of humour, Vince will be missed among family and friends alike.

Although for the last months of his life he trod a different path, he never lost the love he had for his family or for God.

A man is not defined by one moment in time but rather in the many many parts and pieces of his heart.

Vince is gone but he will never be forgotten .

You can rest easy now Vince, safely and peacefully in the arms of Jesus.

Funeral Service was held on Friday, October 20, 2023 at 2:00pm at the Salvation Army Citadel at Seal Cove with Majors Arly and Darlene Masters officiating.