Tomasa Jasso Vincent

PORTLAND – Tomasa Jasso Vincent, 72, passed away on Saturday, Feb. 27, 2021, at Maine Medical Center in Portland. She was the wife of William Vincent who also passed on Feb. 27. The couple were married in Orlando, Fla. on Sept. 16, 2005. Tomasa and Bill shared a love for animals, their beloved dogs brought sunshine into their everyday lives.

Tomasa was born in San Antonio, Texas and was the daughter of Magdaleno Jasso and Tomasa Hernandez. She worked for many years at PenBay Medical Center in Rockport as well as MBNA. She studied at the University of Maine to obtain her Associates Degree.

She was a devoted mother and doting grandmother. She was a born nurturer and truly loved taking care of others. She enjoyed gardening, cooking, and she treasured her evening phone calls with her dear friend Sonya. Everyone who met Tomasa was instantly taken by her warm spirit, outgoing personality, and her compassionate nature. She will be remembered for her loving heart, vivaciousness, and strong faith. Tomasa put a smile on your face just by walking into a room. Her infectious laugh and her sly, knowing winks will live on forever.

Tomasa’s beautiful life will forever be cherished in the lives of her three daughters, Abigail and her husband Richard Koshak of Orlando, Fla., Tomasa and David Knowlton of Wilmington, Del., and Noreen Jasso Bowden of Maui, Hawaii; her grandchildren, Tomasa Gabriella and Andrew Fusca, Steven Koshak, Taylor Koshak and Peyton Momberger, Millie and Isabelle Knowlton; as well as many dear friends near and far.

Memories and kind words may be shared in her Book of Memories at Services have been cared for and provided by the Wiles Remembrance Center: Adams~McFarlane Chapel, 137 Farmington Falls Road, Farmington.

The family kindly asks

that those who desire consider memorial contributions in her memory to:

Franklin County

Animal Shelter

550 Industry Rd.

Farmington, ME 04938

to honor Tomasa’s life

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