Vincent R. Guido, Jr., 69, of Old Flatbush Road, died December 17, 2020, at Kingston Hospital. He was the son of Ruth (Senor) Guido and Vincent Guido, Sr. Vince graduated from Kingston High School in 1970 and Delhi State University, Delhi, NY.
Vince was on the Board of Directors for the Catskill Mtn. Railroad, a former Town of Ulster Democratic Chairman, a Marbletown Rescue Squad EMT and Trainer, and on the National Ski Patrol for Catskill Ski Center, Andes, NY. Vince was the owner of Vincent Guido Construction and partner with his best friend, Joseph Guido (Andre Guido), of the Red Barn Plaza and Washboard Laundry for over 40 years. Vince worked with his wife Patty in their ice cream shop "Lickers" for 10 years, creating and making the wonderful flavors and friendships that went along with the memories. Vince loved playing Santa for the Catskill Mtn. Railroad or entertaining his friends by making his wood fired pizza in his backyard. Monday Night Football was always a boy's night out at 99 with his buddies and Friday nights at Tommy's Place sharing stories!
Vince is survived by his wife, Patricia (Bentley) Guido of Kingston, and their son, Vincent Guido, III and his wife Beth Guido of Kingston, granddaughter, Juliana, grandson, Joseph, brothers, David Guido of Woodstock, Mark Guido and his wife Anne-Marie of Albany, aunts, Anna McCloskey of Kingston, Marge Bruck of Kingston, as well as many nieces, nephews, cousins, and dear friends.
Services will be private, arranged by Keyser Funeral & Cremation Service, Kingston, NY. A memorial mass will be held in the Summer followed by a celebration of Vincent's life. Memorial donations can be made to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital at www.StJude.org or Ronald McDonald House Charities at www.RMHC.org. To leave an expression of sympathy, please visit www.KeyserFuneralService.com
Patti & family. We are sorry to hear of Vince's passing and are so sorry for your loss. He was a great guy and a hard working man. We both have fond memories of him. Sincerely Steve & Linda Chapman, Cape Coral Florida.
Patty, Martha and I just want to reach out and say that we think about our time with Vince when he was building our garage all the time. We laughed so hard that year. We’ve been wondering how he is and I’ve tried to call a few times. We just found out. So sorry. We’d love to speak to you. (845) 750 3035 xxoo steve heller and Martha
The Martin family is so sorry for your loss. Our little road will never be the same. If there is anything we can help you with please let us know. ❤
Deeply sorry to learn of the passing of Vince. May happy memories comfort you at this sad time. Terri and John Dwyer
So sorry for your loss. Worked with Vinnie on preventing the Besicorp project from taking place in the Town of Ulster and frequented Vinnie's and Patti's Lickers Ice Cream store. Best around. Rest in Peace Vinnie. You will be missed by a lot of people. Prayers to the family and so sorry Patti.
RIP Cousin Vinnie. He used to call me cousin Brucie and I would call him cousin Vinny. We worked together in politics over the years and most recently on the Catskill Mountain Railroad where he was a tireless volunteer. I will miss him dearly as I am sure everyone who ever met him will. My condolences to his family.
Patti and family. Sorry for your loss. RIP Vince! - Drew and Su Wonderly
Patti and family. So very sorry. For your loss. Vince was ‘one of a kind’ and im in shock. Vince could do it all and did. I truly believed hed live past 100. I remember him n his dog sprinkles riding around town. Rip. -r van kleeck. Otis st kingston
Patti and Family I am so saddened to hear about the loss of Vince. My thoughts and prayers are with you all during this time. The memories of working for him doing concrete work during the summertime and during the campaign trips with the Boy Scouts. Remembering the
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David Strasser and Family
Patti and family I am so sorry to hear about the loss of Vince. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time and throughout the holiday season. May he rest In Peace. Helena , Steven and Emilie DeSalvo
Patti and family, my heartfelt sympathy goes out to all. I was stunned this morning to learn of his passing. In the many years I knew Vince, from business, skiing, the railroad and others, his energy humor and work ethic always stood out. Tom
I will miss Vinney and his honest concerns when it came to our town
He never backed down when he believed he was right. We will miss him at the Men s Breakfast at Trinity Lutheran Church. He was one of a kind and I considered him a good friend. My he rest in peace.
Patti, and family, Vince was a great guy and always tried to make a difference. my prayers and thoughts are with you and may the memories somehow comfort you now and forever. - Barb
What can I say? He was a favorite at my office. We laughed and fought with him to take better care of himself and that Patti deserved a Purple Heart for putting up with him. He always heartily agreed and said he couldn’t bear to lose her. I am still in shock with this news and wish I could give you (Patti) a hug and especially Vince. My sincerest condolences. I have known Vince and his family since 1973. A lifetime yet not enough. Sincerely, Lynn Bradley
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