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Vincent Borruso, 28, Belton, Missouri passed away November 5, 2023. He grew up in Brooklyn, New York but spent most of his time after that traveling the country with his father. At age 24, he settled with his wife in the Hudson Valley in New York. He later made his way to Missouri.
Hardship after hardship he had finally made home for himself and his family. Vinny was 100% a dedicated family man. Everything he did was to provide a better life for his family. He poured hours of time into his boys. He formed an unbreakable bond with his son Rory and spent endless hours playing with him. When his youngest son Levi was born he quickly took over nap and bed time. He took pride in helping his wife, Dove with her breastfeeding journey. The support he offered made her success possible. And even though he has passed, his love for his wife and boys is still shining through. As a husband no one could compare. Dove was so incredibly lucky to have been married to her best friend. He saved her, and taught her how to love herself. She was a broken person when they met and over the years he managed to heal every part of her. She never knew she could love someone as much as she loved him. No matter the circumstances, if he had the ability to help someone in need he always did. He touched countless people’s lives. He was truly an amazing man. Words can not encompass the scope of his kindness. He will be dearly missed by so many. His favorite poem is as follows: “Did you hear about the rose that grew from the crack in the concrete? Proving nature’s law is wrong, it learned to walk without having feet. Funny it seems, but by keeping it’s dreams, it learned how to breath fresh air. Long live the rose that grew from the concrete, when no one else cared.” -Tupac
Vincent Borruso leaves behind his wife Raine (Dove) Borruso and his two sons Rory and Levi. He is also survived by his father Vincent G. Borruso and his mother Anna Costanzo; brothers Peter Borruso and Mike Borruso; sisters Laura and Phoenicia Borruso and nephew Jude Kenway.
No services are planned at this time.