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Louis Sterling Vincent

01/25/1949 - 10/06/2019

Obituary for Louis Sterling Vincent

Louis “Sterling” Vincent departed this life at his home on Sunday, October 6. Sterling was a lifelong resident of Denham Springs and was an avid hunter and fisherman in his early years. He loved the Lord God and never failed to witness when the occasion arose. Sterling wore many hats during his lifetime. He worked as a lab technician for Ciba Geigy in St. Gabriel. After retirement, he was a real estate agent for years. He was a city councilman and served as street commissioner for Denham Springs from 1991 until 2002. He was very dedicated to and loved the City of Denham Springs. He is survived by his wife of 54 years, Trudy Denham Vincent; his mother, Doris R. Vincent; and his two children, Scott Vincent and wife Alicia; and Rebecca Vincent and fiancé Troy Verret. He is preceded in death by his father, Louis Sterling Vincent; his son, Louis Sterling Vincent III; his sister, Thelma Layne Vincent; and two nieces, Kelly Leigh and Erin Rose. Visitation will be held at Northside Baptist Church, 200 Cockerham Road in Denham Springs on Tuesday, October 8, from 11:00 a.m. until funeral services at 2:00 p.m. The services will be officiated by Pastor Lynn Rodrigue and lifetime friend, Scott Jones. Pallbearers will be Gary “Peanut” Paline, John Ed Allen, Robb Anthony Mouch, Dwight “Buck” Wheat, Brian Autin, Wesley Murphy, and Rod Vulgamore. Honorary pallbearers will be Dave Corbin, and his nephews, Bobby Simmons, Jr., Michael Earl Simmons, and David Charles Simmons.




11:00 AM - 02:00 PM
Northside Baptist Church
200 Cockerham Rd.
Denham Springs, LA 70726
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02:00 PM
Northside Baptist Church
200 Cockerham Rd.
Denham Springs, LA 70726
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Sterling was a fine man, and he will be missed by all who ever knew him. Missy and I will always have good memories of him. Our deepest sympathy to Trudy, family, and Doris.
- Leslie Westbrook
A man you could always could count on..a blessing to have know him
- Bill Hames
We will have many beautiful memories of Mr. Sterling and he will be sadly missed. Always met you with a smiling face anytime you saw him. Dad enjoyed serving with him because he loved this city so much and only wanted the best for it. Mom loved talking to him when she would buy watermelons. Our thoughts and prayers for your family. May God grant you peace. With love, The D.C. and Barbara Ballard Family- Brenda and Jimmy Edwards, Brian and Mary Ballard, Robert and Mary Ballard, and Mike Ballard
- Brenda Edwards
Sterling was a fine man my deepest sympathy for the family and Trudy he sure will be missed prayers for all .
- Tony Babin
The first person I met when I moved to Denham Springs in the 5th grade at DS Jr HI was Sterling. I felt like any new kid, nervous and no friends. Sterling walked right up to me, introduced himself and became my best friend. We swam in the Amite River, had camp outs, and shared memories all through high school. Sterling's mother, Doris and my mother became good friends, when Doris was the city librarian. Sterling holds a special place in my heart as someone who loved his fellow man. My sincerest prayers for you, Trudy and your whole family. I wish my wife and I could be there for you, but time and distance doesn't make that possible. May God bless and comfort you during this difficult time. Pat & Christine Cosper
- Patrick Cosper

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