Vincent Morasco

Vincent J. Morasco

Friday, November 8th, 1957 - Monday, July 27th, 2020
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Obituary

Vincent J. Morasco, Jr., age 62, passed away July 27, 2020 surrounded by his wife and children.

Vince was the beloved husband of Mary Ann, who cared for him through many health struggles. Their love was enduring, in sickness and in health, for nearly 39 years. Vince was a devoted father to their two children, Vincent and Marie, who inherited his signature head of hair but not his green thumb. As an avid gardener, Vince enjoyed spending time outside, tending to his many flourishing flowers and plants around the home he dutifully maintained with pride. He was the king of his castle.

A car enthusiast, Vince spent his career working in auto body shops, managing repairs and ensuring every customer was sent home in a safe vehicle, good as new and ready for the road. He could diagnose a car's problem just by listening to the weird sound it was making, or taking it for a quick spin around the block. He could tell you the year, make and model of any vehicle, and he looked back fondly on the many different cars he owned throughout his life. His mechanical mind earned him his reputation as Mr. Fix-It. No matter what was broken, Vince could repair it.

Vince had a quick wit and a sharp sense of humor. He was always ready with a joke, many of which are not fit to print here. A bit of a troublemaker, Vince loved fireworks and all summer long, he looked for opportunities to set a few off. No surprise, his family just discovered some recently purchased fireworks in the passenger seat of his car, essential supplies for a fun July night. He loved clocks and was a certified clockmaker. He had a knack for getting tricky timepieces running like new, and if you were ever over the house at the stroke of midnight, you know what it's like to hear the fruits of his labor—dings, rings and chimes from his extensive clock collection.

Every year in December, Vince would take his kids to the Poconos to pick out a fresh Christmas tree. After walking through rows and rows of Douglas firs along the mountainside, he'd find one that was full and well balanced, and he'd declare that it was the perfect tree. No matter how his health was suffering, Vince maintained this tradition every year until last year. Vincent, Marie and their spouses plan to continue it in his memory.

Vince is survived by his wife, Mary Ann (nee Martin); his children Vincent (Theresa) and Marie Kubit (Ryan); his siblings Christopher (Fran), Pauline Bonitatis (Steve), David (Dottie) and Mary Gawinowicz; many nieces and nephews; and a grandbaby-to-be.

Vince is preceded in death by his parents, Eleanor and Vincent.

Due to pandemic restrictions, services and interment will be private for the family. A memorial service to celebrate his life will be planned in the future.
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Service Details

  • Service

    Location
    Our Lady Help of Christians Church
    Address
    1500 Marian Rd
    ABINGTON, PA 19001
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    Notes
    Due to current circumstances services and interment will be private for the family. Thank you for your understanding.
    Officiant
    Father Anthony Janton
  • Interment

    Location
    Whitemarsh Memorial Park
    Address
    1169 Limekiln Pike
    Prospectville, PA 19002
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Katstrucker1065@aol.com

Posted at 11:33pm
I worked with Vince at Rob’s Collision! Very strong and powerful man. Seen him go through several medical problems! My best memories are when we went to breakfast, just about three times a month. He always looked out for me! When he worked in Hamilton Nj, I would take cars over. Either we would get a meal, from square d deli, or he would share an egg salad sandwich his wife made him! Which I must say, was the best sandwich I ever ate. He was just a kind and generous man. Will miss him dearly, but always in my heart!
MG

Mary Gawinowicz

Posted at 06:54pm
My brother Vinnie and I were only 13 months apart and being his baby sister, he always kept an eye out for me even as an adult. I remember him and I getting in trouble as kids and knowing we would be punished and we never told on each other (well sometimes we did). He always stood up for me no matter what. I could always count on Vinnie if I ever needed anything. He was always there with an ear to listen. There were things Vinnie and I spoke about and I will always treasure in my heart. He was a kind and loving person. He is now in the hands of the Lord and at peace. God speed.
All the memories of my brother will be kept in my heart. Love you and you will never be forgotten. God speed

Pauline Bonitatis

Posted at 01:51pm
I remember my brother as quiet and soft spoken. When he was young he would say he wanted to be a priest. He spent many hours collecting coins and had quite a collection. When he met his wife MaryAnn, you could tell he was head over heels for her. He was a gentle soul who now resides in heaven, free of all the earthly shackles of pain. He is with my Mom and Dad wrapped in their warm embrace. Vince, I will see you on the other side, take my hand and walk me through the pearly gates and maybe, just maybe you can introduce me to coin collecting, Until we meet again..........
RK

Robert Kocsi

Posted at 05:51pm
Mary Ann , Wow, we were were shocked when we heard . Everyone at Warrington Collision want to extend our condolences to you and your family thru this time . He knows how much he was respected by us all and how he truly touched all our lives . He will forever be remembered here . The staff at Warrington Collision
YK

Yolanda Kubit

Posted at 08:47pm
Mary Ann, Our thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of grief. May your memories bring you comfort. He will always be in our hearts. Our deepest sympathy to you and your family. Yolanda and John Kubit
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