Vincent Paul “Vinnie” Brewer

12/22/1947 ~ 5/25/2018

VinnieSPRING CITY – Vincent Paul “Vinnie” Brewer was born December 22, 1947 the ninth child of 14 children born to Earl and Annie Ostler Brewer and died May 25, 2018.
Vinnie loved the mountains, hunting, fishing, camping, dancing, horseshoes, bowling, the Dallas Cowboys and women! Vince joined the United States Marine Corp and served in the Vietnam War. He was a founding member of the Spring City Sportsman and helped with many trap shoots and muzzle loader shoots. Vinnie was always joking and he had nick-names for everyone. He had a quirky sense of humor and a laugh that went with it.
Vince is survived by his children, Sean Paul, Chet (Angel), Ann Monique, and Vincent Scott (Kendra) and his grandchildren, Trentin Brewer, Jessie & Paul Brewer, Rayden Horton, Dominic Morse and Alexis, Baron, Gavin & Emberly Brewer and great-grandchildren Kaylee Brewer and Gia Brewer. Vince is also survived by his brothers and sisters, Arthur Kay (Verlain) Brewer, Lonnie James (Trish) Brewer, Dorothy Ann (Bud) Anderson, Judy Linda (Robert) Dunigan, Grandon Terry (Kara) Brewer, Robert D (Paula) Brewer, Tammy Joy (Jerry) Mower, Brinda Lee (Bob) Rees. Vince was preceded in death by his parents, siblings: John Earl Brewer, Deeon (JD) Chapman, Veeon (Harvey) Welsh, Jack Alden Brewer and Monta Rae (Bob) Carter.
Funeral Services and military rites will be held on Wednesday, May 30, 2018 at 10:00 a.m. at the Spring City Historic LDS Chapel (rock church) 164 South Main, Spring City, Utah. A luncheon will follow for friends and family at the Cedar Creek LDS Chapel 900 North Main, Spring City, Utah.
A visitation will be held at the home of Robert and Paula Brewer, 43 East 100 South, Spring City, on Tuesday evening, May 29 from 6 to 9.

An account has been set up at Mountain America for funeral expenses.

3 Responses to “Vincent Paul “Vinnie” Brewer”

  1. David beck says:

    so sorry to hear of Vinnies passing sorry i will not be able to be there !!!

  2. Daniel Green says:

    I am so sorry for the loss of Vince he was a dear friend of mine I will miss him deeply.

  3. Duane Hansen says:

    Vince was a an unforgettable funny character, a good natured teaser with a different sense of humor…and would defend a friend anytime.
    My condolences to his family and God bless his soul.