Vincent Gamble

Vincent T "Vin" Gamble Jr.

Saturday, November 7th, 2020
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Vincent “Vin” Thomas Gamble, 76 of Bellingham, died at his home on Saturday, November 7th, 2020.
Vin was born and raised in Newton where he later graduated from Newton High School in 1961. He was the son of the late Vincent T. and Estelle (Sokol) Gamble.
Vin served as Vice President for TLC Janitorial, in which he co-founded with his business partner, and wife, Phyllis in 1986. For over 30 years he thoroughly enjoyed working alongside his wife and two sons. More than anything, Vin loved spending time with his family. He was a proud supporter and avid fan of Wrentham and Bellingham Youth Sports, where he thoroughly enjoyed watching his 5 grandchildren play baseball and basketball. Away from the bleachers, Vin had a strong passion for boating and spending time with his loving family and many friends on Lake Winnipesaukee.
Vincent is survived by his beloved wife of 54 years, Phyllis A. (Caruso) Gamble. Loving father of Vincent T. Gamble III and his wife Lori (Dunbar) Gamble of Wrentham, Michael A. Gamble and his wife Christy (DeLucia) Gamble. Sister Joan Lynch. Also survived by 5 grandchildren, Nicholas V. Gamble and Brian M. Gamble, Michael A Gamble Jr, Matthew D. Gamble, and Maxwell D. Gamble, in addition to many loving nieces, nephews, wonderful friends and neighbors
Funeral Mass will be Friday November 13th at 10:30 in ST. Marys Church, 130 South St, Wrentham, MA 02093. Burial to follow at Wrentham Center Cemetery 65 East St.

In lieu of flowers, please make donations to your community’s local food pantry.

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Service Details

  • Service

    Friday, November 13th, 2020 | 10:30am
    Friday, November 13th, 2020 10:30am
    St. Marys Church Wrentham
    130 South St
    Wrentham, MA 02093
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    All guests are asked to wear face coverings and to adhere to the current social distancing guidelines. If you are attending the Funeral Mass please log on to the Church website and list your name.
  • Interment

    Wrentham Center Cemetery
    65 East St
    WRENTHAM, MA 02093
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    All guests are asked to wear face coverings and to adhere to the current social distancing guidelines.


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Private Condolence

Mike Scribner

Posted at 02:10pm
To Phyllis & the entire Gamble family, my most heart felt condolences to you all. I haven't seen Vinnie, Phyllis or Linda for many years, but I do remember all of the good times we had when were young, too many to mention! RIP funny man!

T. Lyons MD

Posted at 10:52am
It would be nearly impossible not to LOVE both Vin and Phyllis. Covid is keeping me from the funeral. Vin's stories are all classics: going to the horse track with a tip (underage) winning big, giving his mother $100.00 --"buy yourself a new dress"-then back in the cab--NEW YORK, my man--to chucking a teenage ruffian over a car in front of the Newton Centre pizza joint for being disrespectful to an elderly couple-then being awake until the paper was delivered the next day to see if there was a report of a teenager being killed in front of the pizza place. Vin had a way of making everyone he came in contact with to feel special-no matter their age. I will always love the guy. Tom and Catherine Lyons

Douglas Blake

Posted at 08:14am
I am so sorry to hear about he loss of Vin and our condolences go out to Phyliss, Vinny and Michael and the rest of this wonderful family. Vin was a great friend, customer and mentor to me when I started my company. Thankfully we got to be personal fiends as well, Wendy and I will miss him

Jennifer Caruso

Posted at 07:40pm
Auntie Phyllis, cousin Vinnie and cousin Mike,
There are no words that I could say that would stop the undeniable pain that you are all in. The loss of Uncle Vinnie, to me personally, is one of the greatest losses of my adult life. His presence in my 40 something years of life has always been a huge gift. His hugs & kisses, and love, and treats, and thrills :-) were the icing on the cake when we were with you all. As a child, going to Dedham Street for cookouts and parties were some of the BEST days of my childhood. Uncle Vinnie was larger than life, and everything around him was that way too. You couldn't NOT love him.
Living with you both in Wrentham as Tommy & I welcomed "Joey & Nicky" into the world, you gave us some of the most meaningful advice that I will never forget. The way you both loved our babies as if they were your own, was as special as it gets. I'll never forget each and every moment that you were there with us.
Phyllis, I ache at the thought of you suffering, but please know that he IS in a better place. Tracy and Greg have no doubt welcomed him with tears and hugs and Big Digger jokes.
Now, lets see who is the biggest hot shot up in heaven now! I would love to be a fly on that wall.
All my love and hugs...I will NEVER, EVER forget him.
xoxo Jen

Bonnie Covell

Posted at 06:05pm
Bonnie Covell

Phyllis, Vinnie and Michael

There are no words to ease the pain during this difficult time .
Comfort is found in all the wonderful memories of fun times we had together
Lake Quinsigamond every summer weekend . Vacations on lakes in NH

Vin and Bob considered themselves brothers. When we were altogether, we were family.
Wishing you Peace Blessings and Hugs


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