He is InVINCEble
Dear Friends and Family,
April 25, 2017
The 4th Annual Women’s InVINCEble Paddle Tournament was a rain out!!! 25 players gathered for lunch at Middlesex and enjoyed hanging out with Vince, his friends and family members. Auction items were donated by Ines Giannetti, Frederik Wendelboe, Rowayton Seafood Restaurant, Christy Sagalyn and Serendipity, Andrew Stephanou Salon and Spa, 1020 Post Restaurant, Neilson’s Florist, Sweet Peas & Poppies, Tengda Asian Bistro, and Amy Shay and Cythia Dardis. The committee of volunteers included Ines Giannetti, Heather Silver, Karen Schrenker and Caroline Yackery. Thank you all for your support. xoxo
September 14, 2016
Dear Friends – the journey continues. It’s been three years and Vince remains in good spirits and has come to accept his limitations. He needs 24/7 care and our goal is to afford the best care possible while keeping him out of hospitals and nursing homes. Vince has been recovering from his second “flap surgery” to repair a bed sore that would not heal on its own. This required a 2 month stay at Gaylord Rehabilitation Hospital in Wallingford. He will be returning home after Labor Day. We want to have a gathering of friends and family at Roton Point on September 25th to celebrate his home coming and keep our tradition of the InVINCEble Walk. Please join us for a walk around Rowayton and a casual visit with Vince and his supporters. The journey has been possible because of YOU. We are eternally grateful for each and everyone of you. Hope to see you on the 25th. with love, Caroline, Vince, Erica, Gavin, Christina, Claire and friends
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April 2, 2015
Caroline, I was not able to attend the paddle tourney but I have been thinking of you all a lot since I saw you at Weed Beach and will contribute. I am so pleased to see you are a religious family as faith, friends and family are what will get you all through this. Some of my favorite words from a song "He will NOT let you go...." I have Vince in my thoughts a lot these days.
November 18, 2013
Your story struck a chord with me- no pun intended! My son suffered a fracture of his C6 this summer but miraculously had no neurological damage. He is still wearing a collar as the fracture heals and we are so grateful that he is going to be fine. You and your family will be in my prayers.
October 8, 2013
Hi Vince! We just found out from Jim about your walk. Thrilled to hear there was such a fabulous turnout. Loved the poster & your InVinceble Project concept...but no where near as much as we love YOU. Judy & Roger
judith & Roger/Montana
October 8, 2013
Vince - I saw your poster on the overpass in Noroton. Put a smile on my face and I am rooting for you!