Vincent A. Mancini

Date of Death: 
Monday, June 15, 2020
Friday, June 19, 2020 -
8:30am to 12:15pm
Funeral Service: 
Friday, June 19, 2020 - 12:30pm
There will be a limit of 35 guests allowed in the church due to the Covid Pandemic Restrictions
Queen of Heaven Christ the King Mausoleum


Sherri Kuczynski
Vince was a great co-worker and partner for the short time we were together. God Bless and Rest In Peace.
George Demos
Known you for over 50 years, remember you keeping score at Loyola park Saw you play football and basketball at Sullivan You came to my games out of town You became an excellent police officer football and basketball official I’ll miss you very much I’m leaving for Texas to visit my grandchildren so I’m very sorry I will not be able to be there Friday Thanks for 50 years of memories May your memory be eternal
Gary Merrill
I remember you from the days at Sullivan High School. I was ahead of you but I remember your sense of humor, and what a genuine person that you were. You will be missed. My thoughts and prayers to you and your family.
David Kramer
I went to Sullivan with Vince and I knew him from Pratt Blvd. playing basketball. He was in my English class freshman year. Vince was a great person.He was funny sincere and a great person. He will be greatly missed.
Emmett McGovern
To the Vince Mancini family, I have known Vinnie since we were boys growing up in Rogers Park and St. Jeromes. Vince was 1 year behind me, but we always had a connection. We shared a love and passion for the game of basketball. Whenever anyone asked Vince where he learned how to shoot he would always give me credit ... One day we were probably in 7th and 8th grade ... shooting hoops off of my garage and I gave Vince the tip to keep his elbow in and he never forgot that ... A tough Rogers park kid with the heart of a lion ... I love you Vince ... Eternal Rest Grant unto you and may perpetual light shine upon you. Your friend, Emmett
Dennis Mertz
Vince, you were a good friend and partner. You will be missed my friend
Amy Allison
My condolences to your family. May you find comfort in fond memories and find strength that you will undoubtedly see Vincent again in heaven. -Amy A
Sgt Al. (018 CPD ret)
Worked with Vince ’on the job.’ Always a true gentleman. Rest In Peace our brother
David Saucedo
RIP my brother you will be missed. It was an honor working with you in OCD. My God be with you now. W
Maureen Malone
To Vince's family, growing up where we did, was a blessing, being part of St. Jerome's family was a greater blessing. We all grew up and grew apart, but those friendships were never lost. I was a classmate who never forgot him. Vince was a good boy, faithful and loyal. I'm sure he was an even greater man. RIP Vince. I hope you and Coach McDermott can feel all the love. Sincerely... Mo
Ed Stack
Rest in Peace Vince!!
~ ~ Fr. Dan Brandt, CPD Chaplain
Heartfelt and prayerful condolences from the Chicago Police Chaplains. Vince will be remembered at the Police Mass on Sunday, 28 JUN, 11:00 a.m. livestreamed on Facebook at It will also be posted on YouTube that afternoon. In the meantime, may family and friends know the healing touch of our all-loving, all-merciful God! [Police Chaplains Ministry: or 312/738-7588]
Bill Malecki (Retired CPD)
Rest in peace my friend.
Alberta R. Catalano
Dear Jamie, Please accept my sincere condolence on the passing of Vince. He gave the good fight for a long time and now he can rest, he will be sorely missed especially as part of Holy Rosary Parish. Love and prayers. Berta
Marvin Bonnstetter
A great partner, and a good man.