Vincent Andrew Fontana
Vincent Andrew Fontana

September 26, 1925 - September 9, 2017
Born in Ojai, CA
Resided in Littleton, CO


Vincent Andrew Fontana peacefully passed away on Saturday, September 9th, 2017. He was born on September 26th 1925 in Ojai, California to Adeline and Andrew Fontana. Vincent is preceded in death by his parents, and his brother, John Fontana and his beautiful wife of 67 years, Rose Mary Fontana. Also preceded in death by his son-in-law, Brett Harmon and daughter-in-law, Shannon Fontana. He is survived by his four children Marlene Harmon, Nancy Fontana, John Fontana, (Keiko Fontana, daughter-in-law) and Andrew Fontana. He has six beautiful grandchildren, Joseph Voldness, Danielle (Harmon) Lovegrove, Jesse Lovegrove, Christina Fontana, David Fontana, Melissa (Veltri) Bell, Ashton Bell, and Chris Veltri. And great grand children, Stella Rose Lovegrove and Connor Lovegrove. And many grand-dogs! He is also survived by brother-in-law, Paul J. Cimarusti and Linda Cimarusti, and Charlotte Cimarusti. And many cousins and nieces and nephews.

Interment (for the family) will be on Saturday, September 16th 2017 at 12 noon at Olinger - Chapel Hill, Centennial, Colorado. A Memorial Service open to all will be held on Sunday, September 17th 2017 at Holly Creek Retirement Center, 5500 E Peakview Avenue, Centennial Colorado in the Fellowship Hall at 1PM. A reception and light luncheon will follow the service.

Vincent was a loving son, husband, father and grandfather. He lived his life solely for his family. His dedication to his family made him a hard worker, creating a successful business in manufacturing and distributing, providing everything his family needed. “Nose to the grindstone” was his mantra. Vincent enjoyed life to the fullest. He loved the ocean, boats, airplanes and loved his cars. He loved his Bride, Rose of 67 years, more than anything in the world. They had an old-fashion romance and marriage. Lots of ups and downs, but lots of joy and laughter, too. He loved people and loved his kids and was happy to give advice when asked. He was a great man with a great attitude and great sense of humor. Whenever someone asked how he was doing he would reply “better than ever”. I believe those were also his last words to the ER doctor just 2 days before he passed. He will be greatly missed by all.



Memorial Service
Holly Creek Retirement Center
5500 East Peakview Avenue
Centennial, CO 80121
Sunday, September 17, 2017
1:00 PM