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Assistant Chief Dennis Vincent

Died on October 26, 2018

Brigham City Police Department

After taking his annual physical fitness standards test, Assistant Chief Dennis Vincent collapsed after suffering what was later diagnosed as a catastrophic aneurysm and CVA (stroke). He was immediately taken to the Brigham City Community Hospital and then air lifted to the University of Utah Hospital’s Neuro Critical Care Unit (NCCU) where he underwent brain surgery to stop the bleeding. During the surgery, they discovered a second aneurysm. Unfortunately, Chief Vincent did not recover and passed away on October 26, 2018.

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5 responses to “Assistant Chief Dennis Vincent”

  1. Austin Bowcutt says:

    Rest easy my friend. Things will never be the same without your sense of humor shooting out one liners!

  2. Lisa Naef says:

    Bless the Vincent family during this difficult time. May you find comfort through your tears and the love you are truly surrounded by. May peace be with you and also with him. He is the the good graces of the lords hands and he will be watching over you. God bless you Vinnie your smile and positive vibes will never be forgot.

  3. Dale F Ward says:

    RIP my brother. I have so many great memories of you and the times we had together. We spent many days together and none of those were bad days. Some of them started out as bad days…..sometimes very bad days; but the minute you showed up it immediately turned into a good day. I will miss you so much but each and every time I think of you I will no doubt get a smile on my face. You touched so many lives and made them all better in the process.

  4. Tyler Vincent says:

    there is not day go by that I don’t miss you. you are not only my brother but your my best friend. I never realized how much you meant to me until you we’re gone . I really enjoyed our long talks,hunting,fishing and camping and I was so thankful to be able to vent and discuss issues with you. I always enjoyed your insight and thoughts.I will never forget your humor and your selfless acts of kindness and love. I miss you every moment of ever day.. Love You Brother

  5. Clark L Lund says:

    Rest my brother. I was fun working wit you while I was in state narcotics.
    Clark Lund UHP retired 2004

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