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Vicincia S. (Almeida) Andrade

November 2, 1929 ~ October 25, 2020 (age 90)


Vicincia S. (Almeida) Andrade of Middleboro died peacefully and surrounded by her loving family in her home on October 25, 2020.  She was 90.  

She is survived by her loving husband, George Sr., of 69 years, her children Nathan G. Williams, Raynham, George Jr. and wife Claire Ann, West Wareham, Michael J. and wife Karen, Plymouth, Angela Call, Middleboro, and Camilla (CJ) Jeffery and significant other Jeffrey Gowen, Lakeville; her grandchildren: Brian Williams and wife Jennifer, Matthew Andrade, Melanie Parks, George Andrade, III, Joshua Williams and wife Kelly, Brandon Christie, Ashlee Andrade, Joseph Williams, Nathan Williams, Thomas Gould, Susan Huet, Austin Caputo and the late Timothy Williams. Survived by several great-grandchildren. Sister of Lydia Cross and predeceased by Manuel Almeida, Frank Almeida, Nicolas Almeida, Paula Almeida, Mary Gomes, Lorraine Amado and July Santos.

She was a devout Catholic and long standing member of the Sacred Heart Church (CCC). She was a Eucharistic Minister, choir member, and Director of the Carmelite Order in Middleboro.

She enjoyed spending time with her family and especially her grandchildren. She had an immense love for her family, extended family, and “adopted” children and was often referred to as the “Supervisor”. She was not only a mother, but an inspiration to all she crossed paths with. If you needed a mother or a friend, she offered her guidance.

If you knew Vinnie, you knew she was a fashionista. Whether it be dressing up for occasions or just sitting in the sun, she was bound to steal the show. In her spare time she enjoyed reading her Bible, doing arts and crafts, and yard sale-ing with her husband. She was also a world traveler (visiting such places as her family’s home town in Cape Verde, Italy, Germany, France, and London.)

She will always be remembered as having the gift of opening her arms, her heart, and her home to anyone in need of advice, guidance, or support without judgment. She lead by example and taught us all what unconditional love was all about.

The family requests that you share your beautiful memories, stories, and photos for all to share. In many ways Vinnie has touched each of you. Please visit her Facebook page:

In lieu of flowers, donations can go to the Lupus Foundation and/or the Carmelite Order: Lay Carmelite Office, PO Box 3079, Middletown, New York 10940.

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Private Committal

Saint Mary Cemetery
Wood Street
Middleboro, MA 02346

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