Palasciano, Vicente T.


Vicente (Vince) Palasciano lost a valiant fight and was called into the loving arms of his Lord and Savior on February 10, 2012. His courage and sense of humor remained with him to the end. He was a remarkable example of grace under trial.

Vince was born in Alberobello, Italy on January 8, 1924. Raised in Italy as a child, he migrated across the Atlantic waters to Buenos Aires, Argentina with his family in his early teens. Courageously, at age 38, Vince embarked on another epic journey with his wife and four young children to the land of opportunity

5 replies on “Palasciano, Vicente T.”

Dan and Cari Dooley says:

We were saddened to hear of Mr. Palasciano’s passing. He was a blessing in so many ways. Because of his fine tailoring on an associate’s suit at work, I was led to start using him and Nelda as suiting experts for many years. He was always happy, energetic and encouraging when I saw him and Nelda. When we were talking about the devastation that had occurred in New Orleans and I mentioned that my church was coordinating a supply run to the area, Mr. Palasciano ducked to the back of his shop and returned with bolts of fabric for me to include in the run. Nelda and Mr. Palasciano then shared with me and my daughter their personal triumphs and how the Lord had blessed them and their families. I can still recall how we recounted how God had blessed us and how compelled the Spirit moves us to share those blessings.
My condolences to Nelda and her sweet family. Our sympathy and prayers of comfort are with you all.

Cari Dooley

Bart Sayles says:

I met Vicente, Nelda, and George back in the mid 1970’s. Became a customer, built my wardrobe, always had fun doing so. When Debbie came into my life, she was welcomed by all the Palascianos. We were both very saddened to learn of Vicente’s death. He was much more than a great tailor.
He was a wonderful man who we both greatly admired. May he rest in peace.

Nancy & George Bridgforth says:

We will miss you Vicente.

Lucila Vargas says:

My heartfelt condolences on the loss of your beloved husband, father and grandfather. May he rest in peace. He and his whole family remain in my prayers.

Ben Harrison says:

Hello to the Palasciano family. I have been an admirer and loyal customer for many years, not just because Vicente was a wonderful tailor–but because he was a wonderful man. He and Mrs. Palasciano watched our children grow, and always were so nice to them even after the store was closed and Vicente “retired” to work from home. We treasured the visits and the happiness we always found there. God Bless all of you. Ben Harrison

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