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Vincent Alvarez

May 2, 1994 — November 5, 2016

Vincent Michael Alvarez, also nicknamed Gordo and Alvey was only 22 when he passed on November 5, 2016. He was born in Davie, Florida on May 2, 1994 to Roly Alvarez and Denise Yarbrough; brother to Michael and Lexi Alvarez.  He attended Creekview High School and graduated in 2013.  He was a Senior at University of North Georgia majoring in Political Science and applying to law school.

While in high school, Vincent participated in ROTC where he was a Major.  He was active in Raiders and one of the founders of the rifle team.  His favorite classes were ROTC and Law & Justice.  During his senior year he also joined the track team.

Vincent is survived by his parents Roly Alvarez and Denise Yarbrough; his brother Michael and his sister Lexi. He is also survived by the Love of His Life, Abigail Paul. He also leaves his maternal grandmother, “Gami”, Sandy DeMaio; and his paternal grandfather, “Abuelo”, Remigio Alvarez and several aunts, uncles, cousins and extended family.

Funeral arrangements are being held at Macedonia Memorial Park, 10655 East Cherokee Drive, Canton, GA 30115.  Viewing hours will be Friday, November 11, 2016 from 11am-4pm and 5:30pm-9:00pm with a Eulogy beginning at 7pm by Steve Craig, founder of His Hands Church.  Graveside Service will be held on Sunday, November 13, 2016 at 2pm for family and friends lead by Gary Lamb, Action Church.

“In the beginning god created the heavens and the earth and he said the earth is good. Then he created light and he said the light is good. After that god made land and the land was good. Then god made plants and animals and they were good. On the seventh day god rested. What people don't talk about is what god created on the 8th day you see he was feeling so rested and so good that god decided to make one more thing so god said "let there be Vincent!" and god said, "Awesome!" Vincent was so awesome in fact that god knew he could only make one and so now the legend lives.”                                  -Vincent M. Alvarez


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