Vincent C. Lesch
March 30, 1962 - November 4, 2010
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Vincent C. Lesch, 48, of Colts Neck, passed away at his home on the morning of November 4th, 2010. Born in Staten Island, Mr. Lesch lived in Franklin Lakes, Middletown, Holmdel, and Sudbury MA prior to moving to Colts Neck in 2003. He attended the University of Pennsylvania and received his Bachelor of Science in …
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Barbara McClurken left a message on December 13, 2011:
To the Lesch Family, I only just heard the shocking news about Vince's passing. I had the privilege of working for Vince at Lucent. I will always remember his deep-seated integrity, compassion, dedication, sense of humor, intuitiveness and intelligence. But most of all, how frequently and well he spoke of his beloved family and how much he enjoyed being a father and husband. Please know that you were truly cherished.
Pete Warn left a message on November 16, 2011:
Dear Lesch Family, My deepest condolences to you during this difficult time. Vinny was a good friend of mine during our years together at Indian Hills High School and I was glad to reconnect with him at our reunion not long after he relocated back to New Jersey. What amazed me about Vin was how even in our teenage years he always made the "right" choices and was a man of principle. More importantly, he never passed judgement on those (including myself) who didn't always make the right choices. He will be missed but definitely not forgotten as he has been such a positive influence on those who had the pleasure to know him.
Carl Hadigian left a message on November 15, 2011:
Dear Lesch family: A shudder of sadness went through me when I heard of Vinny's death. I was a classmate of Vinny's from Colonial Road through Indian Hills. We shared a birth date, and I have a wealth of memories of him: Smartest boy in the class, hard worker, tough, stood up to bullies...Two Colonial Road School memories come back to me as if they were yesterday: He had abdominal muscles like steel, and I recall him challenging kids to punch him as hard as they could..No one could cause him to flinch. The second is the time he convinced me - by the sheer force of his logic and conviction -to completely change my mind on an important social issue of the time. Needless to say, much respect for him, and all condolences to his family.
Stephen & Elena French left a message on November 13, 2011:
The Lesch Family, Elena and I send our deepest condolences to you. I was Vince's first employee at Tekelec and Vince and I worked closely together until I left the company in July. We had Vince over to our home and Vince and I sometimes went out for dinner and a beer. I looked to Vince as a mentor and also as a friend. Vince's passing is a tragic loss for all those who knew him. God bless Vince and all those who knew and loved him. With deepest sympathies, Steve and Elena
Robbie Cohen left a message on November 12, 2011:
Eileen, My sincere condolences to you and your family. Vince was a great colleague and a wonderful person. I'm so very sorry for your loss. Warm regards, Robbie Cohen
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
Robert Birrer left a message on November 11, 2011:
Dear Eileen and Family, I was bowled over when I heard the news. I am so sorry to hear about the passing of Vincent. I too was a neighborhood friend who also played soccer alongside Vince, as my younger brother stated. I schooled with Patricia and was fortunate to have Vincent’s Father as ‘the coolest’ CCD teacher I ever had. I will remember him as a great guy, unwavering and someone you looked up to. He will truly be missed. My condolences to you and the family as well as everyone Vince touched. Robert Birrer
John Verbeke left a message on November 11, 2011:
The world is a diminished place without you. I'll miss you Vinnie and I'll always remember the Midland Park Train Station.
Greg Birrer left a message on November 11, 2011:
Dear Eileen and the entire Lesch Family, I am saddened to hear about Vince. I was a friend and classmate from grade school through High School. We played soccer on the FL Vikings for years and did many other things together. Vinny always stood up for what was right and I remember more than once holding his glasses for him when he was forced to show some bully why it was unwise to pick on him. Vinny always did what was true and right and he always had a smile for you. Although I did not stay in touch I still have fond memories of a good man and he will be missed but he is in a good place now. Love to the family, you will be in my thoughts and prayers. Greg Birrer
Paul Cheselka left a message on November 8, 2011:
Dear Eileen and the Lesch family, I am greatly saddened to learn of the passing of Vincent. I attended the University of Pennsylvania with Vince and came to know him very well as a good friend and a very good person. It is not surprising to me that Vince had accomplished so much and was blessed with such a wonderful family. If you knew Vince, you could not have missed his personal standards which were clear to have been founded in his Faith.
Dora Alvarado left a message on November 8, 2011:
My deepest sympathy to the Lesch family. I worked with Vince for 3 years; he was one of the most caring managers I worked with. His sense of humor made anyone's day! He was a family man and always spoke about his wonderful kids and wife. I will always cherish our long conversations as his perspectives and vision always made me see things in a different light. He will be deeply missed but his memories will live with us.
Michele Jansson left a message on November 8, 2011:
Dear Eileen, I am so very sorry about the loss of your husband. Please know that I am here if you need to talk or just need a break when you come back to work. Any support I can offer is yours. Michele
Jacqueline Manos left a message on November 8, 2011:
To Elizabeth and the entire Lesch family, I am so sorry for your loss. I pray that you will find comfort and peace in the happy memories you have shared with your dad.
Alan Pascoe left a message on November 8, 2011:
My deepest sympathies to the Lesch family, Vince was my first boss when I moved to the US and helped me settle into life on this side of the pond, especially through our chats on soccer. I will always remember how he made me feel empowered to make decisions and trust in myself.
David Cackowski left a message on November 8, 2011:
Vince recently worked away from his home, either at his work location or travelling, but he brought with him thoughts his family as though they were always with him. His positive enthusiasm for all his engagements will carry on with those who were around him.
Deasy Family left a message on November 7, 2011:
To Eileen ,Vincent,John,& Elizabeth,Pat,Patricia,Helen,Donna&Ken.It was with disbelief & shock to hear from Flor& Teresa that Vince wasn't well when they returned home from their recent visit to N.J. We,as a family want to extend our condolences to all of you at this sad time.We will always treasure our memories of Vince from our visit to the Poconos & the kindness & hospitality that you all showed us.(Air dheis De go raibh a ainm dilis) May he rest in peace.Seamus ,Anne,Grainne & Conor Deasy.
Joe O'Bryan left a message on November 7, 2011:
My best wishes to Eileen and the Lesch family. I can scarce believe Vince is gone - I remember a brilliant classmate at Penn who had an excellent grasp on the most difficult engineering material. Vince and I played soccer together, were dorm mates together, and even water skiied together at his family's lake house - what a grand time that was. After college I knew Vince as a hard working and bright engineer with a head for business - whether at Lucent or at a start-up -- the type that the American IT industry relies upon to build the products and services that make America the envy of the IT world. But I'm sure Vince would be most proud of his remarkable family. What a beautiful family he had. I was priviledged to know Vince and take solace in the fact that I'm sure Vince is watching us now (and of course he's just as industrious as ever) advocating for all of us who enjoyed working with him or just knowing him while he was alive.
C Y Yang left a message on November 7, 2011:
Eillen, I am deeply saddened for your great loss. Vince was a wonderful friend and a greatly respected colleague. May the comfort of God help you and family through this difficult time. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
brian dockray left a message on November 7, 2011:
my condolences to all the family.
Richard Cardinale left a message on November 7, 2011:
My childhood friend, I am sure you are kicking a soccer ball right now. I promise you I will focus in on a way through my education to help others in your memory.... Love Richard
Patricia Sullivan Ward left a message on November 7, 2011:
To Eileen, Vincent, John, Elizabeth, Aunt Pat and all my Lesch cousins, Our deepest sympathies are with you all and we are thinking of you constantly. Vincent was a great, funny, sincere and talented man. I will forever treasure those wonderful years we had as a large band of "cousins" celebrating together all of the great milestones in our lives and even when gatherings became less frequent over the years always catching up and taking pride from afar in each others' families and accomplishments. We wish we could be with you now. Love, Trish, Tony, Sophia, Aidan & Luca Ward
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
Robin and John DiBlasio left a message on November 7, 2011:
To Eileen, Vinnie, John & Elizabeth: May you all find strength from each other to help you through this difficult time. Our condolences to all, Robin & John DiBlasio (Monmouth Heights Swim Club)
James Chang left a message on November 7, 2011:
I worked for Vince previously. I will always remember his professionalism, integrity, and passion in solving problems.
Kristen left a message on November 7, 2011:
Dear Eileen and family, I am so sorry for your loss. It is such a tragedy that Vincent had to depart so early in his life. I hope you realize how fortunate he was to have such a wonderful and loving family. Please take all the time you need, Eileen. You take care of yourself, and we'll make sure your other kids, the 8th grade students of Markham, are well taken care of during your absence. We shall miss you. Wishing your family all the best, ~Kristen Berube
christopher yurkoski left a message on November 6, 2011:
I worked with Vince years ago but remember well what a greatly respected person he was by all his colleagues. My sympathies to the family.
Jean McAuliffe Powers left a message on November 6, 2011:
So sorry to hear of Vince's passing, seems like just yesterday we traveled to Pittsfield to ski the Berkshires...we sure had a lot of laughs. I will remember his thoughtfulness, humor and how he loved his family. May he rest in peace.
Lynn Rumage left a message on November 6, 2011:
Eileen, My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Tom Van Fechtmann left a message on November 5, 2011:
Vince was a great man who had a tremendous impact on me personally. When I transferred to Penn, Vince helped me in so many ways. I will miss him. God Bless to Eileen and kids. My family and I will keep you in our prayers.
Jason Emery left a message on November 5, 2011:
Vince and I worked together for 3yrs. He had a significant and positive impact on me professionaly and personally. My faith gives me comfort today and I pray that the Holy Spirit comforts you and your family during this very difficult time.
Peter Pietra left a message on November 5, 2011:
My memories are for a 21 year-old rower and fraternity brother that I saw too infrequently over the years. I am saddened by the news and want to pass my deepest sympathies to Eileen and the family.
Kevin Ashley left a message on November 5, 2011:
I only worked with Vince for a brief period of time but realized what an intelligent and well respected individual he was. My sympathies to the family.
Matt McCann left a message on November 5, 2011:
I have worked for Vince for the past few years and my respect for him has only grown over that time. He was extremely intelligent and easy to work with and work for. Will definitely miss him here, but I am sure he is now resting in peace. His spirit will always be here in "the hallway". My prayers for the family.
Dan Bantukul left a message on November 5, 2011:
Vince was my boss and my friend. He taught me integrity and standing up to what I believe. I will miss him...
James Hu left a message on July 11, 2011:
Vincent and I were classmates at Penn, where we met as freshmen living in Van Pelt College House. We also briefly participated in the freshman fencing program--he choosing epee and I the saber. Very intelligent, humble and decent man. May the Lesch family take great comfort in the knowlegdge that Vincent was so highly regarded by those who knew him. Bless you, and rest in peace, Vince.
Alice McCormick, D.O. left a message on January 7, 2010:
My deepest sympathy.
Woolley Boglioli Funeral Home left a message:
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