He graduated from the Princeton School of Public and International Affairs. He was a dedicated member of Dial Lodge (one of the “Last of the Lodgers”).
After graduation Vince served as an Air Force intelligence officer. A proud veteran, he retired as a captain and his service included a deployment during Operation Desert Storm. Vince earned a law degree from New York University cum laude and joined Sullivan and Cromwell. Widely respected as a litigator, he served as senior counsel at the SEC’s Division of Enforcement in New York and took on an increasing pro bono caseload in addition to his private practice.
In 2001 Vince married Elycia Sherman ’95. They had two daughters, to whom Vince was a devoted and loving father: Paige ’25 and Brooke. Sister Teri Gendron and her family, as well as his uncle, Monsignor Anthony F. Sherman, also survive Vince.
Vince’s classmates, friends, and colleagues remember him as someone always willing to stand by you and help in any way he could. His wit and humor showed through in good times and bad. Donations in Vince’s memory can be made to Sanctuary for Families: sanctuaryforfamilies.org.