In Loving Memory

Vincent M. Cuenot

November 17, 1954 - November 7, 2021

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Vincent M. Cuenot, a resident of Spanish Fort, Alabama, passed away on Sunday, November 7, 2021 at the age of 66.

Services will be held at a later date.

Expressions of condolence for the family may be made at www.hughesfh.com. Hughes Funeral Home, 26209 Pollard Road, Daphne, AL, is assisting the family.

11 Comments

  1. Debbie Franklin

    I worked under Vince almost 2 years, he was fair and kind. He will be missed. My prayers go out to his family during this time of sorrow.

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  2. Mary and Larry Brogan

    Our sympathy goes out to Louise and the whole Cuenot family. May he Rest In Peace.

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  3. John Fair

    Vince was a great guy I had the opportunity to work with for several years at Timken. Condolences to Louise on Vince’s passing.

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  4. Reed L. Brown Jr.

    I worked with Vince in many different ways during our careers. He was always a friend.

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  5. Kris Hoglund

    I would run into Vince at the office or the lunch area and he was always so friendly inquiring how things were going. When we passed each other in the neighborhood he would always wave, might even have a cigar going. He had a great passion for golf and life. My heart felt condolences to the entire family, especially Louise.

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  6. Tracy Glaser-Bacon

    It was always nice to run into Vince while working at Timken. He always had a smirky smile and a genuine interest in how things were going for you. Rest in Peace, Vince.

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  7. Steve and Vicki Kenyon

    What a great guy and good friend. He helped make the 60 mile commute bearable. Our condolences to Louise. We’ll miss you Vince-

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  8. Rick Hahn

    Vince and I worked together on the Timken Company Gambrinus Steel Plant Mainpac project, our Maintenance Department control system for spare parts and jobs. Vince was always up to any challenge. and a special friend.
    I wish the family fond memories of a life lived well.

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  9. Stan Evans

    Vince was a good business colleague, great person, and all around good buddy. Always a laugh with Vince. He will be missed.
    Our condolences.

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  10. Mike Manos

    Condolences to all the Cuenot family. Vince grew up behind me in Canton where we graduated from high school together. During high school we were always playing football, basketball, or baseball in the neighborhood. We even built and shot off model rockets for a few years together. After high school Vince and I framed well over 150 new houses together in the early to mid 1970’s. After we both were married he and I and our wives would go boating on Vince’s big boat with his brother Keith and wife Cec’s boat at the lake in the early 1980’s. Soon afterwards we lost track of each other.

    I am sorry to hear of Vince’s passing. RIP Vince.

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  11. Anna and Greg Gibson

    We have always kept in touch, especially when he was still in Canton. Greg bonded with him as well. He will be missed.

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