Vince Renfro Obituary, Staple of the counterculture industry has passed away

Vince Renfro Obituary, Death – It has come to my attention thanks to members of the cannabis community that I know personally that Vince Renfro passed away very recently. Despite the fact that I won’t go into too much detail about the company where the two of us used to work together, I will state the following with complete sincerity and assurance: Vince was without a doubt the most GENEROUS player on that entire team. There is no other explanation for this. He was the social hub of the community and made sure that the online groups were kept up to date and lively in addition to being one of the most hardworking members of the community. When we were working together, whether it was on the floor or online, he was always looking out for me.

He had the biggest heart of anyone, was the best back massager, and was always looking out for me. When I was fired for standing up for myself and all women on the show floor, I had to block him, along with the majority of the team. I did this because I didn’t want him to fire me. This is the aspect of losing my job that I feel the most regret about. I did not have the opportunity to say my goodbyes at the time, and all I can do is hope that he understands why that was the case and how difficult it was for me to go through with that decision now. I regret that I did not get the chance to say my goodbyes at the time. Vince embodied the very definition of authenticity.

He had a good soul. At this point, there is no question in my mind that he has passed on to heaven and is basking in the everlasting joy that awaits him there. My heartfelt condolences go out to his family, and in particular to his son, whom I am certain he cherished very much. I am certain that he took great pride in being a father. And to all of those individuals whose lives he altered, we are grateful to have had the opportunity to be acquainted with an Angel. I hope you find peace and quiet soon, Vince. Click HERE to Visit Vince Renfro GoFundMe page