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“Danny, our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.  Your Mom was a wonderful woman.  You will always have many...Read More »
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“Bev, Roland and family Our deepest sympathies. Love you, Amy & marcel ”
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“Such a dear Christian lady ...and a dear friend of ours. She opened her home to us when we first moved to Mancheter in 1976, until we found an...Read More »
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“Shirley & FamilyMy condolences go out to you all. Vie was a wonderful person and Kathy and I really liked her. She was such an inspiration to us. She...Read More »
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“Shirley, Karen, Beverley, Judy, and DannySorry to hear about the lost of your mother. I remember all of you running down the hill every Sunday...Read More »
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“Bev So sorry to hear about your mom my prayers and thoughts are with you and your family. Love Judy and family ”
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Violet L. (Gove) (Emmett) Vincent, went home to be with her Lord and Savior on May 30, 2015.

Violet was born in Manchester, NH, to George & Eva (Abbott) Gove on November 13, 1927. She resided in Manchester all of her life having graduated from Central High School in 1946.

Violet married Robert F. Emmett in 1947 who died in 1992. She later married Leo J. Vincent who died in 2009.

Family includes four daughters, Shirley Clarke of Manchester, Karen Smith (Glenn) of Epsom, Beverly Davis (Roland) of Auburn and Judith Emmett of Franklin, NH; one son, Daniel Emmett of Manchester; three step-sons, Leo Vincent Jr., Ronald Vincent and William Vincent and their extended families; nine grandchildren, twenty five great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild. Violet was pre-deceased by her grandson, Robert F. Clarke.

Violet was affectionately known as the “farmerette” having a passion for growing flowers and vegetables wherever home was. She was well known for cooking her blueberry muffins and brownies and she never forgot to send out birthday and anniversary cards to all she knew and met.

For many years, Violet was an active member of the Advent Christian Church. She was also a founding member of the Manchester Church of God of Prophecy, having faithfully served for 41 years.

Prior to retirement, Violet had been a waitress and later retired from NH Insurance Company in 1990.

Calling hours will be Friday from 9:00 to 10:30 a.m. at Cate & Johnson Funeral Home, 573 Pine Street, corner of Harrison Street in Manchester.

Home going service will be held at Emmanuel Baptist Church, 14 Mammoth Road in Manchester on Fridayat 11:00 a.m. Burial will follow at Pine Grove Cemetery in Manchester.

Memorial contributions may be sent to Emmanuel Baptist Church, 14 Mammoth Road, Hooksett, NH 03106 as well as to Harvest Valley Church of God of Prophecy, 186 Bicentennial Drive, Manchester, NH 03104.

Cate & Johnson Funeral Service of Manchester is directing arrangements.

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