Dominique Allen Vincent, 25, of Weirton died Wednesday, December 9, 2020, from injuries from a motor vehicle accident. Dominique was born on October 30, 1995, in Rockledge, Fl to Wayne Deck and Michelle Vincent. He served his country in the United States Air Force stationed at Andrews Air Force Base. Dom was employed at his family’s restaurant La Cucina Italian Grill, where he greeted patrons with his warm heart and his beautiful, happy smile. When he was not working, Dom enjoyed building electronics. Halloween was his favorite time of year. But nothing compared to the love he had for his family and the love they had for him. With his heart of gold, gentle soul, Dom was the best son and grandson anyone could ever ask for. He will be remembered with love by his mother, Michelle Vincent, and her fiance, Bill Black his father Wayne Deck,his grandparents Angelo and Lena Magnone Parente, grandfather, William Vincent; Uncles, Michael and Billy Vincent. Visitation will be Friday 3-7 p.m. at the Greco- Hertnick Funeral Home 3219 Main Street Weirton, WV. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 10 a.m. on Saturday at Saint Joseph the Worker Roman Catholic Church, Weirton. Interment will follow with military honors at Saint Paul’s Cemetery. Share tributes and memories at www. 304 748 3219

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  1. Love you all! I remember him coming in the restaurant as Michelle anxiously awaited his return from duty a couple of years ago what a happy moment to witness.

  2. Please accept our most sincere sympathies for the loss of Dom. His courtship with our granddaughter, Megan, brought her immeasurable happiness. Bob and Tessie Franks

  3. Michelle, our deepest sympathy for your loss, your precious son. We are keeping you in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. Sincerely, Mike & Marlene Runkel

  4. My deepest sympathy for Michelle and family. Dominique was my precious neighbor…a sweet young man. Memories eternal.

  5. Dominique was a long time childhood friend that I will miss dearly. He had the purest soul and would give the shirt off his back to help anyone in need. I will forever cherish our friendship Dom, may you rest in peace. Prayers to his family and loved ones.

  6. Dom’s family My heart breaks for all of you during this difficult times. From the time we met Dom to the last night he had with my daughter I will always be grateful of him. He has shown my daughter respect,caring,generousity,support,fulfillment and most of all Love. It will take much time to heal in all of our lives cause he made such a great impact on everyone that walked into his path. Thank you Dom and your family for taking Megan into your family. She mourns the loss of a great best friend and sole mate. Dom was her life and now she lives on with his memories. Love to all of you. Angie Grabiak (megs mom)

  7. Yup, I was crying that day in with my pride overflowing and I cry now in our loss. I will miss you kid so much. Love Wayne (aka Pops) Deck.

  8. Please accept our most heartfelt sympathies for your loss. Our thoughts are with you during this difficult time. With Love,

  9. Wayne, Michelle & family – Our deepest sympathies as you navigate this extremely difficult path. Dom pruned trees with Wayne so these trees honor him

  10. Vincent Family & Wayne – Dominick was a such a kind man and showed it with every visit. He meant so much to Wayne & our family. Deepest sympathies.

  11. Dom will always be remembered with a smile for the joy he brought others. I always enjoyed the stories of Dom from when he was just a boy in FL to him growing into a man Michelle and Wayne were both so proud of. He made a difference in so many lives and I enjoyed being called Aunt and seeing how happy he would make my mom. Blessing and prayers for Michelle, the Vincent family and my brother Wayne. May you all find peace in your wonderful memories. Aunt Jeanne (Deck)

  12. Megan & Michelle, We are so sorry for your loss. Our deepest sympathy. Love, Aunt Susan , Uncle Jay, Kara, Todd, Kelsey, Zach & Wyatt

  13. Very sorry for your loss. A Gregorian Mass has been requested for the repose of the soul of Dominique. May God bless you and Mother Mary comfort you in this time of sorrow

  14. We pray the love of God enfolds you during your journey through grief. Sent with love and remembrance.

  15. I’m am so sorry for the loss of your son. My heart goes out to you and I will be praying for you and your family.

  16. Dominique and I have been friends for a long time. We talked almost everyday for the past year. I was so heart broken to receive the news about Dom. I wished it wasnt real. We lived near eachother in FL. I moved away, and eventually he did too. Throughout all the years, we still maintained a friendship. Recently we talked about all the shopping he was doing to get decorations. He was excited to decorate for Christmas. My birthday is four days before his, and all October he talked about his haunted house he was building. I was amazed to see all the hard work he put in to making it. It was a joy to see. I loved the conversations we recently have had. He would send me pictures of his animals, and I would send him pictures of mine… He was such a great friend to have. So kind and down to earth. I will forever cherish the memories we have together. My prayers are with his family. May you find comfort knowing he is in a better place than all of us. May his love be a reminder that he is always with you. With love, Montana Blum

  17. May the love of God surround you and your family during this difficult time, May you come to know that the love of God is with you always, May your memories of Dominique Allen Vincent, give you peace, comfort and strength… Rest now in the arms of our Lord your mission on earth is complete. I thank you for your service to our Country and my Freedom. You will not be forgotten. My thoughts and prayers to the family of …. US Air Force Veteran, Dominique Allen Vincent, is “A True American Hero” God Bless† † Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends. John 15:13 †

  18. Words cant express this time of sadness. We love you so much, youre always with us. With so much love and sorrow – Ciara, Howard and Michael

  19. I went to Jefferson middle school and Merritt Island high school with Dominique, he was the popular kid at school that everyone loved. He was a genuinely happy and caring person. I wish I had the opportunity to go back and talk to him more while we were in school. So I am thankful for the last few months I got to reconnect with him when Halloween Horror Nights got canceled we were able to connect over our love for Halloween. We talked almost everyday the last couple months. I could see how happy he was and how good he was doing, and I will always be thankful for his friendship. My favorite message from him will always be “I don’t do colored lights. Only cool white and blue lol don’t like my house looking like a pack of skittles with every color of the rainbow.” I will forever save that message. Dominique And his family will be in my thoughts and prayers. – Jamie Moniz

  20. Sending prayers and love to this wonderful family on the most heartbreaking moment. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

  21. Lena, Michelle and Family, Your entire family has our condolences during this difficult time. We always enjoyed seeing Dom at La Cucina and had so much respect for his service to our country. May he rest peacefully and may you all find strength through one another. With love, The Ebert and Grecko Families

  22. Wayne – Our thoughts and prayers are with you… From: M.C. Dunn,Thompsons, Hardings, Camerons, Nieves, Justices, Milians, Dingwall/Jozefczykls

  23. So sorry to hear about your Michelle I can remember the day before he was leaving for boot camp that youngman told me he had some goals to meet and he did it the military so sorry!!

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