Vincent J. Aversa | 1922 - 2020 | Obituary

Vincent J. Aversa
Vincent J. Aversa

August 11, 1922 - May 12, 2020

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Vincent Aversa, 97, of Arnold, MD passed away on May 12, 2020 at Anne Arundel Medical Center in Annapolis.

He was born on August 11, 1922 and raised in Baltimore.  Vince was a World War II Veteran serving in the U.S. Coast Guard.

Vince had worked at White Tower, Foodland and Safeway, prior to opening Vince’s Italian Deli in Severna Park, Crofton, Bay Hills and Mountain Road.

He got a 13 Gold Salute while working at Food Lion, Severna Park

He was a member of St. John the Evangelist Church in Severna Park, Knights of Columbus, American Legion and he helped those in need through the St. Vincent de Paul Society.

Vince was predeceased by; his wife, Alice B. Aversa, his parents, Adelina Fertitta (Aversa) Prano, Gaetano Thomas Aversa and James Prano, his brothers, Richard, Sam, Joe, his sisters, Marie, Sadie, Francis and Vera.

Vince is survived by his wife Brenda Sue Aversa (nee Saumenig) whom he married on October 11, 2008.  He is also survived by his sons, Vince, Jr. (Carol) Guy (Judy), Richie (Marlene), daughter Barbara (Don), step-son Brandon, and numerous grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews and many friends.

Due to the restrictions from the Coronavirus State of Emergency a public viewing by window will take place on Sunday, May 17th, from 1130am-1230pm at Barranco Severna Park Funeral Home & Cremation Care, P.A.

Private services will be held at Meadowridge Memorial Park, Elkridge.  

Online condolences may be made at www.barrancofuneralhome.com

Coronavirus Restrictions: 

No more than 9 family members may attend private visitations at the funeral home. 

Everyone must wear masks or cloth face coverings per the Maryland Mask Order.

If you feel sick, have a fever, or have exposed to someone with coronavirus within the past 14 days, please do not attend any viewing, visitations or services.

Only 10 family members are permitted at the private cemetery service.  Other family may watch from inside their cars and step out only when the first 10 have returned to their cars.  So at no time are there more than 10 family members outside of their cars.

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