In Memory

Vincent D. Otterbine

Vincent D. Otterbine

Vincent D. Otterbine      

1956 - 2009 | Obituary 

Vincent Otterbine, 53, passed away Tuesday, Sept. 1, 2009, in Arlington.

Memorial service was held Friday at St. Matthew Catholic Church in Arlington.
Memorials: Memorial contributions may be made to the Vince Otterbine Memorial Fund, account number 488024794341, at Bank of America.

Born Jan. 21, 1956, in Hazleton, Pa., to Vincent and Bernadine Otterbine, Vince was the second of four sons.

Vince worked as a dedicated residential real estate appraiser and owner of Vince Otterbine & Associates.

A sports enthusiast, Vince truly enjoyed the statistics of the games. His precious heart was full of laughter, love and hard work, but his greatest loves were his 13-year-old triplet girls. They were inseparable. 

Survivors: He is survived by his wife, Maria "Cuqui" Otterbine; stepsons, Ruben, Rodrigo and Fernando Sanchez; his precious triplet daughters, Victoria, Tara and Marisa; mother, Bernadine Otterbine; brothers, William, David and James Otterbine and their wives; numerous nieces, nephews and other family members; and a host of friends.

Published in Star-Telegram on Sept. 6, 2009


The website committee was notified by his friend and fellow classmate, Joe Farkus. 

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02/21/15 01:27 PM #1    

Karen L. Martinkovic

"You never get over it, you just get used to living without them." -- Jerry Seinfeld

02/21/15 01:32 PM #2    

Karen L. Martinkovic

  • Some comments from Facebook Group Page 02.21.15:
    Matthew Palucci Rest in Peace Vince- seems like yesterday when we would play hoops in your second floor basketball 'court' on 3rd st. , complete with audience 'roar' sound effects !!
    Marilyn Keegan As we grow older- it is time to reflect on the important things in life...
    Jean Greco Prayers to the family
    Mary Ann Toth RIP Vince....he was a lot of fun to be around. Life is so sad to hear of another classmate who passed. And thanks Joe......even though it's an after thought. It's hard to keep track of our huge classes from HHS!

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