Vincent Ciampa

Born: Thu., Jan. 6, 1955
Died: Fri., Jul. 31, 2020


Visitation

2:00 PM to 4:00 PM, Mon., Aug. 03, 2020
6:00 PM to 8:00 PM, Mon., Aug. 03, 2020
Location: Hart Funeral Home Inc


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Vincent “Vince” L. Ciampa, 65 of Delmont passed away unexpectedly on Friday, July 31, 2020.  He was born January 6, 1955 in Jeannette, son of the late Joseph and Ida DiSaverio Ciampa.  He graduated from West Liberty College with a music education degree.  Vince worked at the Facial Surgery Center for several years.  He was a member of Mother of Sorrows Church, Murrysville.  Vince loved spending time with his family.  He had a love for music and playing his drums and enjoyed reminiscing with Jazzmin band members.  He is survived by his wife, Kathy L. Ciampa; his loving daughter, Anna Ciampa; his stepdaughter, Stacy Estatico; and special cousins, Dave and Marci Batson of Daytona Beach FL.  Visitation will be held on Monday, August 3, 2020 from 2 to 4 p.m. and 6 to 8 p.m. at Hart Funeral Home Inc., Murrysville.  Facial coverings, social distancing and a maximum of 25 people in the funeral home at one time per CDC/Pennsylvania guidelines will be observed.  A blessing service will be private with Vince’s family followed by Interment in Twin Valley Memorial Park, Delmont.  In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the music department at West Liberty University or the family.

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CHUCK RUNZO
   Posted Sun August 02, 2020
HAD THE PLEASURE TO GET TO KNOW VINCE FROM THE DENTAL CENTER WHERE I WAS A PATIENT . SUCH A WONDERFUL GUY , REALLY MADE ME AND MANY OTHER PATIENTS VERY RELAXED AND CALM AS WE DEALT UPON OUR DENTAL ISSUES. OUR LAST CHAT DESCRIBED HOW HE AND HIS WIFE WHOM HE LOVED SO MUCH WERE LOOKING FORWARD TO ENJOYING THIER RETIREMENTS AT THE NEW HOME IN THE SOUTH . TERRIFIC MAN AND FOR SURE HE HAS BEEN WELCOMED BY THE LORD . ILL LOOK FORWARD TO CONTINUING OUR FUN CHATS UP ABOVE . BLESS VINNY.....

Denny Fitzpatrick
   Posted Sun August 02, 2020
Vince was not only a great friend, he was an incredible musician.

We played together in a band called “Jazzmin” and shared a dream of one day making it big with our names in the marquee lights.

Although that never quite turned out the way we planned, there’s a special closeness that comes from sharing a dream with someone... whether it comes true or not.

Although Vince is now on a journey we must all someday take, it’s a tremendous shock when the departure is so sudden...so unannounced. It’s a solemn reminder to all of us that each day is precious...and to not sweat the small stuff.

I will always have a special place in my heart for Vince Ciampa, cherishing each and every memory we made together. God rest your soul my dear friend, and until we meet again, thanks for making me a better player...

All my love, prayers, and energy to Kathy and Vince’s loved ones…

Denny

Carol Nowak
   Posted Mon August 03, 2020
My sympathy to your family. It was a shock to hear of his passing. I knew Vince from the music dept. at West Liberty. So glad he had a reunion with all his Jazzmin buddies before his passing. Vince was a great guy!

Jamie Peck
   Posted Mon August 03, 2020
Although I had only gotten to meet Vince in person once I felt I’ve known him for a much longer time. Through his band mates Chris, Zane, Curtis, Denny and Gary he was legendary. I finally got a chance to jam with him at West Liberty University and it was great. All of the stories were true. A very cool and sweet guy as well. God bless you Kathy and the rest of your family. I am so sorry you had to say goodbye so soon.

Bubba Humphries
   Posted Mon August 03, 2020
Don't know what happened to my original post. Vince and I spent many long hours doing outage work in Northern Illinois. He was one of the hardest workers I ever worked with. He was a perfectionist with his work and set the bar really high for others.. God has gained another Angel. I pray that God will wrap his family in his loving arms and give them comfort as they grieve.

Debra Tallarico
   Posted Tue August 04, 2020
My condolences to Vince and his family. I went to grade school and high school with Vince. Together with Lou Stepanik and me we played for weddings and private clubs for years in a band called Horizon. Vince was an excellent drummer. I’m pleased he went on to study music in college. I’m sorry we never had the opportunity to see each other throughout the years. Rest In Peace Vince.

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