Natale Vinciguerra

Natale Rocco "Dino" Vinciguerra

August 16, 1932 - May 4, 2020
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Natale Rocco Vinciguerra, 87, a resident of Forestville, MD died on May 3, 2020, known to everyone as “Dino”. He was born August 16, 1932 in Washington, DC to the late John and Antoinetta Vinciguerra. He graduated from the University of Maryland’s College of Business and Public Administration. Dino was a CPA and business owner. He served his country in the U.S. Air Force. Dino had a very strong Catholic faith and was a longtime parishioner at The Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington, DC. He enjoyed golfing, boxing, football, attending mass, and being around people. Dino was as a prolific writer and politically passionate. He is beloved by his wife, survived by a daughter, Toni Herring and three grandchildren. He has two sisters Annie Pompa, and Mary Strippy, His older brother, Joe and a younger brother, Johnny have recently united with the Father and survived by several nieces and nephews. Dino was beloved by all and had many, many friends. Because of the current restrictions, all services and interment are private. Memorial contributions may be made in Dino’s name to the Wounded Warrior Project, P.O. Box 758516, Topeka, Kansas 66675 or online at Condolences may be made by using the Memory Wall link at the top this page.
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Keith Keiffer

Posted at 11:40am
I remember the times in his office. He had great sense humor. And always kept me laughing. When I had problem I would always go to him. He would always have the answer to my problem. I moved just recently so I did not find out that he pass till last night. I feel sad for his passing. He was a family friend for a long time. My father Sebert Keiffer who was a lawyer with Joe Valario worked together in S.E Washington for many years. I still remember my dad telling me how this Man name Dino kept everyone happy in the office with his jokes. I said to myself as a child a love meet him! Miss u always! Love Keith.

Sandee Greene

Posted at 03:39pm
We were in shock to hear about Dino's passing. We have been in NC for the last 5 years but still had Dino do our taxes. He always loved when we made him Chocolate Peanut Butter Meltaway Fudge. We had to mail the fudge to him with our tax papers so he would have some. He always called my husband "Capt Seaweed". Sometimes he would call just to check on us. Sending prayers to all. Dino will be missed. Sincerely Steve Seigel and Sandra Greene.

Donna Moran

Posted at 10:34am
We are so sorry to hear the sad news about Dino's passing. I am writing this on behalf of my Dad, Jim Nestor, who was a DC police officer. Dino did my Dad's taxes for many many years and always did a fantastic job. My Dad loved to visit Dino in his office and talk about the old days and all of the police officers they both knew. I understand that Dino did the taxes for a lot of the men on the DC police force back in the day. I had the pleasure of meeting Dino only one time last Fall when I went with my Dad to have his taxes done. He certainly seemed like a great person and had lived a full life. Our thoughts and prayers go out to all of Dino's family and friends.
Jim Nestor and Donna Moran

Carman Michelle Klassen

Posted at 10:32am
You will live on in the hearts of many.
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Carman Klassen

Posted at 10:11am
My heart is heavy and there is an emptiness that will forever remain. Dino had a larger than life personality and was never apologetic for “telling you ... like he see’s it!” Under the sometimes tough and brash exterior was a kind, loving and generous man. He would not allow “sorrow” to define his life. Although he had more than his share. He lived long enough to see his best friends, childhood friends and cherished brothers and family members pass. He had a way of distracting you from life’s disappointments through his humor and sometimes he would breakout singing Frank Sinatra or Dean Martin in the middle of a conversation if it seemed like it was getting a little too serious.
He had a beautiful singing voice so you always ended up smiling. he loved to make you laugh and would do silly things to you so he could get a good laugh himself. He left an impression where ever he went. Whether is was the waitress at the pizza joint or Arnold Palmer, Dino is someone you could never forget! He had the same “old” jokes and magic tricks you couldn’t help yourself to laugh over and over again. Anyone that knew Dino has a story to tell and when you mention his will always get a smile. I am blessed to laugh with him, cry with him, and yes fight with him. I am blessed that he was a part of my life. So loved. So missed,

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