Vincent A. Armenio MD

Date of Passing:

September 24, 2022

Armenio, Vincent A., MD, 61, of Francis Street, Rehoboth, MA, died peacefully on September 24, 2022, at home surrounded by his loving family.

He was the beloved husband of Dr. Jennifer Jeremiah Armenio.

Born in Westwood, NJ, a son of Angela (DeLisi) Armenio of NJ and the late Vincent Armenio.

Everyone who knew him felt his big heart and giving nature. Physician, philanthropist, entrepreneur, author, collector of Christmas nutcrackers and cuckoo clocks, and farmer, Dr. Armenio embraced all aspects of life. Whether spending time with family or friends or caring for the animals on his farm, his humanitarian spirit resounded in all his activities. His kindness and generosity reflected a deep spirituality which he demonstrated every day of his life. The times he spent with his wife and children at home and traveling created precious memories.

Dr. Armenio was board certified in Internal Medicine and Medical Oncology. He received his fellowship training in Hematology/Medical Oncology at Brown University School of Medicine. After receiving a B.A. from Lehigh University in three years, he graduated from Ross University School of Medicine, and then completed a residency in Internal Medicine created at Mount Sinai School of Medicine at Englewood Hospital in New Jersey. His research interests include medical oncology and clinical trials. He was a multiple Rhode Island Monthly Top Doc recipient.

A widely respected and recognized Hematologist/Oncologist he held numerous leadership roles at Roger Williams Medical Center, including Chairman of the Department of Medicine and Associate Director of the Cancer Center, where he provided oversight of clinical affairs, quality care, program development, and outreach to community physicians and other providers. He most loved serving as the Internal Medicine Residency Program Director giving him the opportunity to guide many future physicians. Dr. Armenio has served on numerous committees at Roger Williams related to cancer care and quality and served as a Chairman of the Quality Oncology Practice Initiative (QOPI) committee at the Cancer Center.

Besides his wife of 23 years, he is survived by a son, Vincent J. Armenio of Rehoboth, MA; a daughter, Penelope A. Armenio of Rehoboth, MA; a brother, Father Peter Armenio of Chicago, IL and two sisters, Roseann Kiley and her husband John of Bethel, CT and Marion Sciancalepore and her husband Joseph of West Milford, NJ along with many adored nieces, nephews, cousins, patients and friends who will all deeply miss his extraordinary kindness and generosity.

Relatives and friends are invited to attend Calling Hours in the W. RAYMOND WATSON FUNERAL HOME, 350 Willett Avenue, Riverside on Thursday September 29, 2022, from 4-8 p.m. A Private Funeral Mass will be held in Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church, Taunton Avenue, Seekonk, MA followed by a private Christian Burial at Swan Point Cemetery, Providence.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made in Dr. Armenio’s name to the Dana Farber Cancer Institute or CharterCARE Foundation to support cancer research and patient care.

Online Condolences


  1. Great guy, extraordinarily helpful durijg my peds residency at Brown 91-94

  2. Dear Armenio family,

    I just found out that Dr. Armenio is no longer with us. This is such a loss to the medical profession. His love of everyone was part of my motivation for becoming a nurse. He was my doc when I was 14 and needed a pediatric oncologist. I am now 43 and I always made yearly appointments just to catch up with him. When my parents moved away and I couldn’t afford healthcare, he paid my office bills so I could continue to get the care I needed. He was an amazing man and someone that has shaped my career and who I am today. He took care of my parents as well as my ex-husband and always took the best care of everyone.

    My sincerest condolences.

    April (Stevens) brennan

  3. While reading the obituary for Vince’s mother today in the Bergen Record , I was saddened to hear this news about him.
    Vince was my student in St Josephs School in the 1970’s. After 40 years of teaching, I can still say that he was my favorite student of all time. To this day, I tell my current students the stories of Vince Aremino:

    The Halloween he went home for lunch and came back with a huge bag of candy, and told me he got it trick or treating. I said, “But Vince, why did everyone give you candy you are not dressed in costume?” his reply was “I told them I was pretending to be a student!”

    When as a alter boy in my wedding he stepped on my vail and burst out laughing

    The last day of 8th grade when he chased the principal, Sr. Jean down the street with a live chicken he brought to school in a paper bag (she did not like birds)

    Vince was so very special, my heart breaks for all that knew and loved him. Sincere condolences

  4. To Dr Armenio’s family, you have my condolences. He was a great man & a great Dr.

  5. So very sorry to hear of his passing. Dr. Armenio was a wonderful doctor. Almost 30 years ago he was my daughters oncologist at RIH where he worked with pediatrics, a few years before Hasbro was built. He was so caring, you could see how desperately he wanted to save our children. The medical community has lost a great teacher.

  6. My deepest condolences to the family. I am so very sorry to hear of his passing. I still remember first meeting him from “tumor boards” in the Oncology department at R.I. Hospital. He later became my Physician for years until I relocated to another state. There are not enough words to express how highly I thought of him and how he helped me. I am so grateful to God and privileged to have known him as my Physician. In my opinion, he was the best Physician I have ever encountered. What a legacy this man has left…my prayers are with all grieving at this time. May the perpetual light of Jesus Christ shine on him eternally.

  7. To the Armenio family, I am deeply sorry for your loss. Dr. Armenio was my doctor for years, I met him early in his career. The compassion and kindness he showed me will never be forgotten. He made you feel like you were his only patient. His passing is such a great loss for the medical community. He always asked about my children as they were growing up and when he spoke about his children his eyes would light up. He would tell me how lucky he was. He touched many lives and will never be forgotten. May he Rest In Peace

  8. To Dr. Armenio wife and children.
    I just got a call about his passing. My thoughts and Prayers are With You And Your Family. I because a patient of his through my Sister Jacqueline A. Lopez. She and My Sister Isabelle M.M. Lopez were the first know cases of this disease in the City of Providence. Unfortunately Isabelle succumb to the disease before Jacqueline. Dr Armenio would hold a Birthday ?? party at his office on Taunton Avenue for Jackie every year before she succumb to the disease. I always said he was The Angel my mother sent from Heaven to watch over her daughters. When I was ever admitted into the Roger Williams Hospital, he always ensured I had the best room within the hospital. HE will truly be missed.
    However, comforting this may be, YOU AND YOUR CHILDREN WERE HIS ROCK.

  9. to: Jennifer, Vincent, & Penny
    I was saddened to read of the recent death of Dr. Vincent Armenio. I send warm wishes to you. I have just read through the messages left on this site and it is clear that Vincent had a profound effect on his colleagues, patients, and community. I was always glad to run into Vincent at our children’s school or in the hospital. He was a warm, steady presence. I am thankful to have known him. His death is a real loss for so many.

  10. My DEEPEST sympathy to the Armenio family. Dr Vincent took care of my dad and my aunt. may aunt was given 6 mos. from doctors in Florida. My dad was given 3 mons. Dr. Vincent gave my aunt over 12 yrs more and my dad 3 yrs. I can still see the Dr and my dad talking over the gardens and the tomatoes. My dads gave him seeds that were given to him by my aunt from Philly who had taken them here from Italy. My dad’s therapy was 8 to 10 hours around his plants and his garden. he would plant at least 200 plants. Every time he had his treatments a bag of tomatoes and other vegetables were given to the DR. He was the KINDEST Dr. and the BEST. There will never be another Dr. Armenio. You gave your all and now you will continue your work in God’s house. GOD BLESS YOU AND RIP.

  11. My condolences to the family of Dr Armenio. He was my doctor for over 20 years. He was very kind and toke the time to listen to his patients. He was an amazing doctor and very caring. May he RIP.

  12. Dr Armenia was an amazing man and Doctor. He took such wonderful care of my brother Jeff. They had a special bond. When my brother was on the last week of his life we were sad he wouldn’t get to see his newest granddaughter being born. This special Doctor said he would make it happen so he could see his granddaughter. He had a ultra sound machine come to his room and had his daughter in law sit for the ultra sound while my brother could see his granddaughter. Absolutely the best man that entered my brothers life right to the end.

  13. To Dr. Armenio’s Family,

    I am deeply sorry for your loss , Doc would made me laugh and it would lift my spirits… he will be greatly missed

    RIP Dr. Armenio ?????

  14. Our deepest condolence to the Armenio family. Dr. Armenio was my mom’s doctor. We really appreciated his kindness and compassion. He always listened to us. He will be greatly missed.

  15. I was a classmate of Vinnie’s at St. Joe’s and River Dell. He always had the same warm smile as he has in this photo. I am so sorry to hear of the loss of Vincent. I send my sincere condolences.

  16. Dr. ARMENIO was the most wonderful person I’ve ever had the pleasure of having in my life. He was my husbands Cancer Dr and my psychiatrist. I will never forget the kindness and love you had shown us and all of your patients. God gained an incredible Angel, but took a wonderful caring person from the earth. My deepest condolences to his family, I am truly sorry for your loss.
    Andrea DiMaio XOXO

  17. Dr. Jeremiah, Penelope and Vincent, my sincere condolences on your loss. Dr. Armenio was my mother’s doctor and he was such a kind and caring individual; he will be truly missed. May he Rest In Peace.

  18. Armenio Family,

    My deepest condolences to you in this tremendous loss. Dr. Armenio managed my iron infusions as a hematology patient. One day in particular was pretty rough as I was struggling with my mental health. He treated me with utmost compassion and took the time to listen and offer comfort even though I’m sure he had patients with much bigger issues to care for. He had such a big heart..he was the kind of person that you never forget. I’m glad he is no longer suffering. My prayers and deepest condolences to your family. He will be greatly missed.

  19. The world has lost an incredible physician and person. His genuine love of medicine and people was palpable. He cared for so many with love, tenderness and kindness. May he be at peace and free of pain. My deepest condolences to his family and friends. You will be in my thoughts and prayers.

  20. This really breaks my heart and the heart of my family. Dr. Armenio took care of me when I was diagnosed with Leukemia at the age of 3 and really helped my family out during those hard times. He was a Dr to my family and watched over my uncle as well. We will always remember Dr. Armenio has the loving, caring pulling quarters out of my ear Doctor. May God bless his family and our prayers and condolences go out to them. He will be missed!

  21. To the family of Dr. Armenio: So sorry for the loss of such a wonderful, caring man. He was one of my sons doctors at Rhode Island hospital when he had leukemia he is now 41. Also, he took care of my mom and dad. When you went to see him for a doctor visit he always greeted you with a smile and always wanted you to think positive and not negative. He was just a great doctor and cared so much for his patients. Always remember he will be with you in your heart forever. May he rest in peace.

  22. Dear Jennifer & Family, We are so sorry to hear about Dr Armenio. You and your children are in our thoughts and prayers. Any mutual patient that we had with your husband thought the world of him. Much love, Sarah & Omar

  23. I am deeply saddened by Dr. Armenio’s passing and wish to express my deepest sympathies to his family. Dr. Armenio treated my cancer and saved my life. I will forever be grateful. He will be greatly missed. May he rest in eternal peace.

  24. One of the best doctors I ever met. He cared for my dad and cared for us as a family as well. My condolences to Dr. Armenio’s family. One of the greatest humans I have ever met in my life.

  25. Dr. Jeremiah,

    My sincere condolences to you and your children on the loss of your husband and their dad. He sounds like he was an amazing physician and wonderful human being who will be missed by all who knew him. May he rest in peace.

  26. Dr Armenio was my doctor he was a great man one of a kind he will never be replaced my sympathies to the family may he Rest In Peace and may god bless his family.

  27. Dear Dr. Jeremiah,

    My heartfelt sympathy on the loss of your husband. You and your family are in my prayers . May he rest in peace.

  28. My deepest sympathy to your family. I am so sorry for your loss. Doctor Armenio was a caring and kind doctor. He was the kind of doctor who really cared about his patients and he listened to us and we all loved him for that. I was lucky to have him as my doctor. He will be greatly missed.

  29. Dr, Jeremiah, Vincent, and Penelope, I am so sorry for your loss. Dr. Armenio was once of the nicest and most understanding people I have ever had the pleasure of knowing. I am thinking of your family and sending all of my prayers. Please remember all of the laughter and great times.

  30. Please except my sincere condolences to the Arminio family I was one of the lucky ones to have dr Vince as my doctor. To know him is to love him. No matter how sick you were he always put a smile on your face. He will be greatly greatly missed

  31. Please except my sincere condolences to the Arminio family I was one of the lucky ones to have dr Vince as my doctor. To know him is to love him. No matter how sick you were he always put a smile on your face. He will be greatly greatly missed

  32. To the Armenio Family – Dr. Jeremiah, Vincent & Penny —

    Dr. Armenio was such a wonderful man, physician, teacher, boss and leader – his kindness, generosity, compassion and just plain goodness — profoundly influenced and guided all those who knew and worked with him. He just made it all seem so easy – for him there was always time – for another meeting, appointment, chat, phone call or joke. I don’t think he ever appreciated or understood the deep and profound effect he had on all of us who were lucky enough to have known him.

    I’ll miss him every day but know that he has found the rest and peace he so richly deserves.

  33. Jenn, I am sorry for your loss. and extend my sincere condolence. I admired Vin when we worked together at RIH as we had numerous mutual patients. When we met on rounds, he always had a smile, pleasant demeanor and usually a humorous tale to relate. He was insightful and caring with his patients who had great respect and trust in him. You will both be in my prayers during this difficult time

  34. My sincerest condolences for your loss. Dr. Armenio was a true mentor to me during my residency years. I will always remember his compassionate, friendly and calm demeanor with both patients and colleagues. He will be greatly missed.

  35. Dear Dr. Jeremiah, Vincent and Penny

    My deepest sympathy for all of you and prayers for Dr. Armenio. He was a legend at our hospital ,Roger Williams. He always had a smile and always spoke with kindness and respect and grace. He has taught so many of us not just the science of medicine but the art of being humane, empathetic doctors. He will always be remembered by his students, patients , colleagues. He was a blessing in our lives and will be missed.

  36. Dr. Jeremiah, Vincent, & Penny,

    My deepest condolence to you and your family. In addition to being a great friend and mentor, Dr Armenio was just an outstanding human being. He would mention you all often and I could tell how much his family meant to him. Before I even knew him personally, Dr Armenio gave me a second chance. Literally no one else did. If not for Dr Armenio’s advocacy on my behalf, I would not have the career I have today. Beloved by his friends, colleagues, and patients alike. Truly sorry for his passing.

  37. My very sincerest condolences to the Armenio family as well as to Dr. Armenio’s staff, friends, and other patients. When I was first diagnosed with stage 4 cancer 13+ years ago, he told me we would be life-long friends. I never dreamed that it would be him and not me who would cross over first and will be forever grateful to him for his contribution in saving my life. He was a gem. I will miss him very much.

  38. Deeply sorry for the loss of Dr. Armenio. He was my doctor for 26 years. He was there when I had cancer 22 years ago and keep my hopes up. Kind, caring doctor. Rest in peace forever.

  39. Dr. Jeremiah, Vincent, & Penny
    I am very deeply sorry for your loss Dr. Armenio was my doctor for the past 22 years he was not just a doctor he was also a great Friend
    He will be deeply missed. May he rest in peace ? Amen.

  40. His smile was infectious, his heart was huge and his knowledge about life and his patients was vast. If you were lucky to have met him, worked with him or shared a life with him you are truly blessed. His love of animals bleed in to his love for life and all it provided and offered him. I am truly so sorry for your present loss and loss of all the possibilities that could have been. Please find what you can to sooth your broken hearts and feed the emptiness that has been left. Now he is free to look over his old world and send special mementos that will eventually bring some peace and healing. With love and much light ,Jennifer

  41. Sending my deepest sympathy to the entire family. May you find comfort at this most difficult time in the outpouring of love surrounding your family. Dr. Vincent Armenio was a kind human being and he will always be remembered for his legacy.

  42. Dr. Jeremiah, Vincent, and Penny,

    Sometimes there are no words.

    Hold on tight to all those beautiful memories as no one can take those away. May they bring you peace, comfort, and strength during this difficult time.

    Sandra Groves
    John Horan.

  43. I worked with Dr. Armenio when he was a resident at Englewood Hospital. He was a kind and professional gentleman. May he rest in peace.

  44. Dear Dr. Jeremiah and family,
    My deepest condolences on the loss of your beloved husband and father. A life lost far too soon. May your memories, family and friends sustain you during this most difficult time. Peace be with you and your family, you are in my prayers.

  45. “If you seek his monument, look around…”

    With fond memories,
    Ritu, Prak, and family

  46. To the family and many friends of patients of Vincent I extend my sincere one condolences. So many wonderful memories of Vince and his personal warmth and empathy and his professional accomplishments. I smile when I think of one recollection when we finishing late evening rounds only to hang around the nurses station for another hour discussing the year the NY Mets won the World Series in 1968.
    Will miss Vince and will think of him often.

  47. To the Armenio Family, I wish to extend my deepest sympathy on the Passing of Dr. Arnenio. He was a great and very professional Doctor, and gentleman. I had the pleasure of working with him at the Cancer Center. Always greeted you and acknowledged you, no matter who you were. He,will be deeply missed by all. He,was a Gem. I wish we had more Doctors like him. He was the meaning of a true Physcian. So generous always there for his patients no matter what. And the animals too!! And of course his family. That is a true Physcian. May you find comfort in the days ahead,and hold your memories close to your heart. Gone from our sight, but always in our heart. We will all be together again some day. God Bless you all.

  48. Jen, Penny and Vincent,

    I have had the pleasure and the privilege to have worked with Dr. Armenio for the past 10 years, at the Cancer Center. He has been a mentor, a friend and a confidante during that time. He always greeted everyone with a smile and always asked how they were doing. He was genuinely interested in how we all were feeling, no matter how many patients he had scheduled to see. He gave his all to his patients, and made the Cancer Center a positive place to work. He was a member of our Cancer Center family and will always be in out hearts. I will miss his “Bad Dad Jokes”, which he shared everyday that he was here, along with his favorite saying “Is that bad”.

    He is one of a kind and he will be missed more than I am able to express in words. He is not just a doctor here, and I considered him to be a good friend and someone I could talk with about anything. He was truly our TOP DOC.

    May he rest in peace!!

  49. My heartfelt condolences to the family and friends of Dr. Armenio who was such a wonderful physician, great human being and who had touched many hearts. It is very sad to know that he is gone. His legacy will live forever.

  50. Dear the Armenio family,

    For many of us, as former heme/onc fellows, Dr. Armenio was more than just a mentor or a teacher. He was a friend. He was a very giving person. He gave his time to us. Always stopped and said hi, took his time to talk to the patients, his residents, his fellows, staffs around the hospital. Never seemed rush although he was a very busy man. To me that was his greatest attribute.

    Eternal rest grant unto them, O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon them. May he rest in peace. Amen!

    Requiescat in Pace.

  51. Very sorry for your loss. Vincent was my doctor and became a friend throughout my health issues. Our discussions of family and the joys of fatherhood are memorable. Vincent saved my life and he will always be alive in my thoughts. Rest in peace Doctor. Thank you.

  52. I attended St. Joseph’s School in Oradell, NJ with Vincent from first through eighth grade. He was a kind boy who always had a smile on his face. I extend my deepest sympathy and condolences to the Armenio family. I am so very sorry for your loss.

  53. I was a patient of Dr. Armenio.He went out of his way ( and may have incurred the wrath of the lab folks ) by analyzing a piece of my rib instead of a very painful needle stick in my back. My urologist was going to remove a little bit of my rib anyway, and Vinnie spared me from a second, painful procedure.
    I remember his telling me he had come across some veterinary software that could be tweaked to use for human patients. Vinnie said if I came to his lab on a Saturday morning, I might be seated next to a pony.
    When Vincent and Penny were little, Vinnie told me he wanted them to spend more time outdoors, than inside, playing video games. What a gift he gave them. I am sorry he is gone, and will remember how lucky I am our paths crossed.

  54. My sincere condolences to Dr.Armenio’s family.
    It was a privilege and honor to know Dr.Armenio. He was always so thoughtful and kind. He inspired and motivated all of us, his residents, to give our best.
    Thank you Dr Armenio for being an outstanding mentor.

  55. To the Armenio family,
    Vincent was a kind and compassionate person who was always happy to help his patients and colleagues. A true loss. He was always upbeat and positive, a pleasure to be around and work with.
    Best wishes to family, so sorry for your loss.

  56. My heartfelt sympathy to you, Dr. Jennifer, Penelope and Vincent……such a sad time for you, his family and friends and myself! So many wonderful well-deserved tributes for him don’t know what else can be said..I don’t know what I will miss the most about him: his smile?his compassion? His kindness? His humbleness? His relatability to everyone? His sense of humor? His wit? His caring? I will miss everything! But the smile and his sense of humor stands out the most… Wishing you all peace and prayers during this difficult time. Always remember the good times and smile! How blessed we all are to have known this amazing human being! He will be watching us all from above and guiding us as he always did……RIP

  57. Dr. Armenio was a joy to work with. He never had a cross word for anyone and his humor got us through the day. He was an exemplary human being. Cared for everyone. My deepest sympathy to Jennifer, his children Vincent and Penny and his extended family. We will always miss him. May he rest in God’s kingdom.

  58. Vincent was my mentor and my dear friend. He was also my neighbor.
    I am so sorry about his passing, so untimely. I am so sorry about the void that his passing leaves in the lives of all his family members. May God give peace.
    May Allah bless him and grace him with heaven. A wonderful human being.
    I will miss him for ever.

  59. Dr. Jeremiah and family
    I worked briefly w/Dr. Armenio he was an amazing physician and extremely personable and funny. He made you feel like a friend instantly. He will be greatly missed.
    Dr. Jeremiah you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers ?

  60. Dr Jeremiah, Vincent, Penny and the rest of the Armenio family. I am so sorry for your loss. I don’t believe there is a greater man on the face of this Earth. Dr Armenio was my boss for many years but he felt more like a friend. I will miss his humor, his smile and of course his dad jokes.
    Thank you for entering my life.

  61. I had the privilege and honor of working with Dr Armenio for many years at the RWMC Cancer Center. He always put his patients first and spent whatever amount of time each needed, always caring for them and constantly completing his day late at night.
    He was the most caring physician, honorable gentleman & class act I ever worked with in my 42 years as a Pharmacist. I will miss him more than I can express.

  62. I may not of known you long, but I do know you impacted everything you touched in the best way possible. You will be greatly missed by all. My sincere condolences to your family. May you rest in peace.

  63. A real loss for the entire medical community

  64. My deepest condolences to the Armenio Family. Dr. Armenio, was the kindest and caring person to all. He treated my whole family. He always greeted me with a smile and was a funny guy! I can still hear his laugh…and remember his stories! He loved his family and patients. May you Rest In Peace my friend. You will truly be missed.

  65. Sincere condolences to the wife and children of Dr. Armenio. My family goes back many years with him being our PCP. (when his office was located on Taunton Ave.) His kindness, thoughtfulness and being such a great physician is remembered by all of my family. My heart is heavy. God bless you, Dr. Armenio.

  66. Dr Armenia was the most compassionate person I have ever known. He was so very kind and caring when he was taking care of my husband. He never forgot myself and family. He was one of a kind. He helped me in so many ways. He will certainly be missed by everyone.
    Condolences to his wife and children. May all the beautiful memories you all shared with him be cherished forever.
    Sincerely sorry. Shirley Grann

  67. To the family of Dr. Vincent A. Armenio,
    My sincere condolences to all this family and friends. I was so sad to hear of his passing. Although I only meet him once he was greatly loved and admired by my late mom, Armentine L. Jackson and late brother Howard E. Jackson. A great compassionate and caring doctor whom Rhode Island will miss greatly.
    May he rest in peace!

  68. dear dr jeremiah and family, so saddened to hear of dr armenio’s passing. he was such a kind, gentle man. in my ealry years as a nurse on jane brown 4 north i remember him well. my condolensces and prayers extend to you all. may you find peace during this difficulty sad time

  69. My heart , prayers , and condolences are always with the entire Vincent A . Armenio Family , Relatives, Friends , Patients , Love Ones and All Those In The Medical Field .
    I came to meet and to know Doctor Armenio through a friend . I was not a patient of his but was a patient of a few doctors who had worked with him at his office in East Providence .
    I was at this office for years and would often visit with Doctor Armenio with a friend who had their appointments with him .
    Doctor Armenio was an Outstanding and Exceptional
    Doctor Who Made Sure That I was well taken care of as he gave me extra help that I very much needed .
    He always greeted me with Hello Mary with a big smile and a handshake as he also did when I left his office room .
    He will forever remain in my heart and prayers .
    I love you Doctor Armenio and Thankyou for Everything that you and your medical staff has done for me throughout the many years .
    Peace and Love To You Doctor Armenio and to all with all my love .

  70. My condolences to Dr. Armenio’s family and friends. He took care of my dad and was very caring to him and my family. Your family will be in my prayers.

  71. Dear Jen, Vincent and Penny,

    I am heartbroken to learn of Vince’s passing. No one had a bigger heart or soul. His caring and compassion went beyond all others. I know he is at peace. My deepest condolences to you all and extended family. His loss is great, but he will be with you always.

  72. Dr Jeremiah and family

    My deepest sympathy for your loss. Dr. Armenio was my husband’s doctor for many years. He was an incredible doctor and person. So kind, compassionate, professional and very caring. We always looked forward to our appointments. He was wonderful person, always taking much time we my husband the patient and person. Our family is so thankful for him. Praying for you all. May he rest in Eternal peace.
    Jane Crowell

  73. My mother and I are saddened to hear of the news of Dr. Armenio passing. Dr. Armenio became my doctor in the early 90’s then my mother’s doctor in 2008 when she was diagnosed with cancer. I knew Dr. Armenio would take good care of her and he did. At every visit he would always ask about the family, and he called my mother “sweetheart” every time and that would make her smile. He always made people feel cared for and important. Dr. Armenio was a class act. I am sure he was loved by all of the countless lives he saved. Our deepest condolence to the Armenio family, colleagues and friends. Dr. Armenio may you rest in the loving arms of are Lord Jesus Christ.

    God bless,

    Renee Miller & Paulette St.Jacques

  74. Dear Jennifer, Vincent, Penny,

    Carla and I are so sorry for your loss. Indeed it is a great loss to all of us who had the good fortune to know Vince as friends and colleagues, trainees and patients. He touched so many lives and left an indelible imprint in all our hearts. He was such a gentle soul, so kind and generous, so calm and assuring, so bright and yet so humble. We will never forget the summer we spent living in the apartment above the barn on your farm – temporarily homeless when Jen and Vince took us in. Animals, birds, friends, people sick or in need – he took care of all selflessly, with love and compassion. The Christmas parties (with what my kids were sure had to be the real Satna Claus) and his amazing decorations were legendary and defined the spirit of Christmas for my family. He was truly a wonderful man and an inspiration to all of us as a doctor and a person. May you find comfort in all the happy memories of him.

  75. My deepest sympathy to the Armenio family. My husband, John Lawson, Jr., was a patient of Dr. Armenio’s since 1999 with CLL. He also delivered and sold farm supplies and often came to your “farm” to see if there was anything you needed. We were thankful to have Dr. Armenio not only as an oncologist and a customer, but also as a friend. My husband did pass away three months ago but it was not from the leukemia because Dr. Armenio had that under control!! May God bless you with his strength, peace and comfort during this time. Mrs. Shirley Lawson

  76. So sad to hear of Dr Armenio’s passing. He was such a credit to his profession and had the best bedside manner, caring & kind. My condolences to his family. He was quite a special person. Godspeed Dr Armenio.

  77. Dear Dr. Jeremiah, Vincent and Penny
    I’m deeply sorry for your loss…
    God’s speed Dr. Armenio…

  78. Dear Family,

    My deepest condolences for your lost. I just heard, so I am gathering my thoughts. My last visit was right before he took leave and we spoke about this time. I told him, what my mom uses to say to her ten children even as adults on the phone and at the end of a visit. “Pray for me was I will for thee, that we may merrily meet one day in Heaven.” He look seriously at me and said, “I don’t think I am going to Heaven”. I said, listen Our Lady promise who ever you bind in your Rosary will see Heaven”. I bound him and his family…I am sure he is home with the Saint he loved.
    He truly was a hero to my parents, my sister, and so many countless others.

    God hold you close and pray for us the work of a good soul will live through your example.

    Esther (Doreen)

  79. Sincere condolences and prayers to the Armenio family on the loss of a compassionate and very capable doctor. Dr. Armenio was my Dad’s oncologist eight years ago. We trusted and had the utmost respect for him as a doctor and a human being. He gave us hope and peace throughout the medical journey of cancer. I’m sure that he has arrived at his Heavenly reward!

  80. Dear Dr. Jennifer an children, I prayed so hard for a miracle for him as he gave so many to others but alas God must have needed him. He was a man of wonderful spirit and conviction. I credit him with saving my moms life , extending it for many years. She passed at 95 he promised 100 but close enough. Dr. Jennifer I also had the honor of my Agency caring for your dad . Dr. Armenio asked me personally to make sure he was well taken care of. I hope we lived up to your expectations and I remember how difficult a time it was for all of you. I feel honored to have known him in his role as my moms doctor and also as a man trying to take care of his family. I wish you and your children love and the ability to find some peace in his passing. May God Bless you , Cynthia Quattrucci

  81. Condolences to the family of Dr. Vincent A. Armenio. My prayers and thoughts are with you all. Very sad to hear Dr. Armenio passed away. My brother, Howard Jackson, Jr was a patient of Dr Armenio also my mom, Armentine Jackson. I would take my mom to her office visits with Dr. Armenio. My mom adored Dr. Armenio. He showed so much compassion and patience with her. Unfortunately she passed away some years ago of multiple myeloma.
    May he Rest In Peace.

  82. I am profoundly saddened to learn of the passing of Dr. Vincent Armenio and extend my sincere condolences to his family.

    As a pathologist at RWMC, my interactions over the years with Dr. Armenio the oncologist were always cordial and, I would like to believe, mutually gratifying professionally. It wasn’t until our roles changed somewhat during the last several years – his as Chair of the Department of Medicine and Director of the Medical Residency Program, and mine as Designated Institutional Official and Chair of the Graduate Medical Education Committee – that I got to know Vince better as a person of admirable ideals, strong spirit, determination and resourcefulness. I feel privileged to have worked with him closely to enrich, as well as salvage, some of our key residency programs. Although our combined efforts in this arena, often against great odds, were not always as successful as we hoped, this was no fault of his. Vince had a unique vision and ability to connect with our residents and address their individual and collective problems and to overcome competitiveness and resistance by reaching out to those who might otherwise be our adversaries to establish pathways of cooperation and mutual benefit. Positive changes that he brought to the GME programs, including the Residents’ Research Day and a lecture series for residents’ professional development, I hope are perpetuated in his name.

    Tragically, Vince has left us far too soon, but our memory of him and, hopefully, his influence on us will long endure.

  83. Dear Dr. Jeremiah, Vincent and Penny,

    My deepest and sincerest condolences. I first met Dr. Armenio during my Roger Williams residency interview a couple of years ago and even virtually his passion for connecting with future as well as current residents was evident and he had a way of making everyone feel comfortable and relaxed. Once I started my residency, he went out of his way to guide us in morning report to be empathic as well as knowledgeable physicians. I felt especially privileged to have had the honor of attending the resident retreat at his beautiful home in Rehoboth last year. His love was so encompassing and included his dear animals. It was truly an exceptional experience.

    I miss Dr. Armenio dearly, as we all do at the Rog and the greater community, and am keeping all of you in my prayers.

  84. Dear Dr. Jeremiah and Family,

    Both Ephraim and I send our deepest condolences to you and the Armenio family. You are all in our thoughts and prayers. May God rest his soul and keep you in his loving care.

    Louise and Ephraim Doumato

  85. Dr. Jennifer and family,

    We are beyond words sorry for your profound loss. Sending you much love and prayers. Along this unimaginable journey, may you find peace and comfort to ease your aching hearts.

    Jay, Phyllis, Sarah and Matt

  86. We are heartbroken to hear of Dr Armenio’s passing. He was my dad’s doctor for 18 years. My dad is loved Dr Armenio. Although he was not fluent in English he was able to understand how humble, gentle, and caring Dr Armenio was. Thank you for taking care of my dad Eladio Sanchez. Condolences to all his family.

  87. My sincerest condolences to the Armenio family. Dr. Armenio has been my hematologist since 2015 and has seen me through the most difficult times in my life. He is the most knowledgeable, sincerest, and kindest doctor I have ever worked with. If it wasn’t for him I don’t think I would be here today. I cannot even begin to imagine the loss his family and friends feel. I pray they find peace in knowing how many lives he touched in the most positive ways. Dr. Armenio will forever be missed and thought of often. May he Rest In Peace.

  88. Jennifer and children, family, extended family, friends and colleagues I extend my sincere condolences to all on the loss of a wonderful man. I’ll miss his smile. May he R.I.P. and your memories of his good works and love comfort you in the years ahead.

  89. Dear Jennifer and family,

    I am so very sorry for your loss. Please know that my thoughts and prayers are with during this difficult time.

  90. Dear Jennifer, Vincent and Penny,

    I am very very sorry for this profound loss in your lives. I did not know him, but he seemed like an amazing, wonderful and compassionate man. Jennifer: It’s been a long time since we shared some patients….please know that my thoughts are with you and your children at this sad and difficult time.

    Paul Hoffman

  91. There are no words that can possibly convey how appreciative we were of Dr. Armenio’s care of Russ. His kindness and sense of humor actually made our visits to his office something to look forward to rather than dread. Dr. Armenio will be truly missed by all the patients and families that he touched. Please accept my sincere sympathy and know that your family is in my thoughts and prayers.

  92. So sorry for your loss. Dr Armenio was mom’s Dr. in 1995 mom was given four months to live by a few other physicians , mom was scared and did not want to go with the doctors she had seen ,while looking through the phone book one day mom saw Dr. Vincent Armenio east providence this was in 1995 well we went to see him and talked about her options upon leaving our office visit ,he had said to mom. !!!! Estelle I’ll be all over you like a wet shirt and god he was!!!!!!!well mom passed away January 2022 that’s 26 years we had to spend with our mom , Grammy, great Grammy thanks to YOU ❤️❤️

    Words can not describe what you have done how many people you healed how many lives you touched in the most professional,caring,loving way imaginable ,I hope whom ever you trained or worked alongside you could carry on your bedside manner love and compassion for everyone I’m sure they will !!!.you my friend Doc. Will be sadly missed our hearts go out to your family.

  93. My deepest condolences to the family, friends and colleagues of Dr. Armenio. As one of the nurses who worked with him at RWMC, I can truly say he was the kindest, warm hearted doctor I have ever encountered and his passion for medicine and his patients always shined through. He was one of the good ones. May he Rest In Peace.

  94. The Armenio family, it saddens me to hear this, Dr Armenio was my Dr and my friend since 2013 when i was diagnosed with stage 4 cancer, he saved my life n was the kindest man any could meet. He and my husband would have belly laugh conversations n talk about motorcycles, they both would make me smile and laugh at My appts/ checkups. I will miss all of this. My heart and prayers go out to his family, he will surely be missed by to many to mention!
    No more pain n suffering, rest easy my friend. XO

  95. The Armenio family, it saddens me to hear this, Dr Armenio was my Dr and my friend since 2013 when i was diagnosed with stage 4 cancer, he saved my life n was the kindest man any could meet. He and my husband would have belly laugh conversations n talk about motorcycles, they both would make me smile and laugh at My appts/ checkups. I will miss all of this. My heart and prayers go out to his family, he will surely be missed by to many to mention!
    No more pain n suffering, rest easy my friend. XO

    Janet Medeiros

  96. Dear Dr. Jeremiah, Vincent, Penny & Armenio family,

    Our lives were forever changed in 1991, when our paths crossed with Dr. Armenio and we are forever grateful. He has been in our lives for 30+ years- not only as a physician but as a friend. There are no words to express the sorrow that is being felt at his loss.

    Dr. Armenio – May You Rest In Eternal Peace-until we meet again.

  97. Our condolences to Dr.Armenio family. He was our Doctor for over 35 years as well as our beloved friend. He guided Allen through his CLL and saved me when I suffered a stroke.
    Forever in our hearts. Rest In Peace ?? Allen & Albert

  98. Dr. Armenio was a blessing to our family and a common household name. Both my parents had him as their main trusted doctor. His words and knowledge were golden. Highly respected for his honesty, determination to help and resolve health issues as they rose and an overall good man in the light of their eyes. He was an adopted member of the family through his caring for my parents. The world is a better place for him being in it. What he did in his short time on earth will live forever in the lives he touched and thankfulness to family members who got more time with the loved ones he saved.
    God bless the Armenio family. Hold them close and comfort them . You are all in our prayers.

  99. Dr. Armenio was the most caring and humble man. He took such good care of my mom and my family. My prayers go out to his family. The medical field has lost a great man.

  100. Requiescat in Pace chief
    A mensch!
    The physician we all aspire to be.
    Our world will miss him…….

  101. Dr. Armenio was my oncologist since 2011. He was the most compassionate and caring doctor. I will never forget him. My thoughts and prayers go out to his family. He is now at peace.

  102. It is with deep sadness to learn of Dr. Armenio’s passing. My relative was a patient of his and during her course of treatment, we cannot emphasize enough of the comfort and reassurance he made her feel during the ordeal. My deepest condolences to his family, colleagues, friends, and patients. He will truly be missed. I pray for everyone’s comfort during this difficult time.

  103. My deepest condolences to Dr. Armenio’s family.

    When I was a resident he was always approachable and extremely humble despite all his accomplishments. A great leader, his legacy will continue to live on in all of us. Rest In Peace Dr. Armenio

  104. Dr. Armenio- you are an inspiration to so many! I am grateful for our friendship and honored to be your colleague. Over the years, we had wonderful conversations and always had the same focus- our patients in mind. You took care of my own family and with exceptional care! I will never forget our private conversation when I told you that you were the most revered physician I knew! Just being you- you chuckled and said aww thank you Jen! Today I honor you- a man of greatness! I am happy to have had the privilege of meeting your family. To Jennifer, children and family- my sincere respect and condolences! Jennifer Hudson Parker RN

  105. My deepest condolences to Dr Armenio’s family. Dr Armenio was one of the most compassionate and the most humble physicians I have ever met. He never ceased to care for each and every resident and was a great leader. It’s extremely sad to see him go. We will always remember his peaceful smile and kind heart. May his beautiful soul rest in peace.

  106. My sincere condolences to the family of Dr. Armenio. He was my father’s oncologist for many years before he passed. I thank God for Dr. Armenio every day as I believe his knowledge and the treatment he chose for my father is what kept him alive all those years. I’m so sad that he was taken so young and won’t be able to help others in need. Dr. Armenio was a very nice man so personable I used to love hearing him and my father banter during the appointments about fishing and farming. He will be greatly missed by many.

  107. Dear Dr.Jennifer, Vincent and Penny. I do not have words to express the sorrow I feel, nor can I express the depth of my gratitude to your late husband. and father, for everything he did for me, as well as my late sister, Sheri Persico. The one thing I will miss the most was his gentle nature and his laughter as we would remember the many mischievous antics of Sheri. It was because of him that my sister, who was given 4-6 weeks to live in July of 1997 by another doctor, lived until December of 2002. I was fortunate to have him treat me for ITP from 2003 until this past year.
    Heaven has another angel, and we lost a saint of a man.

  108. Dr. Jeremiah, Vincent & Penelope

    I am deeply sorry. Please know you are all in our hearts and prayers. He was always there as a doctor and a friend. He holds a place in my heart and will always be remembered, never forgotten. May God Bless you and your family. Rest in peace my friend??

  109. I was so sorry to hear of Dr. Armenio’s passing. He was a great stabilizing force in the residency program and pushed us all to be better doctors. I hope his healing energy lingers with his family through this difficult period.

  110. Dr. Armenio is one of the kindest souls I have ever met. He truly cared for each of his residents as people and made sure we were doing okay both inside and outside of the hospital. He will truly be missed. My prayers for him and his family. May God grant you all ease during this difficult time.

    Nida Shuttari

  111. My condolences to the family. I had the great privilege to be trained under Dr. Armenio. He was well loved by many. I can’t even begin to expressed my gratitude for Dr. Armenio’s compassion and guidance during my time at Roger William Medical Center. The world lost a great man and a compassionate healer. May your soul rest in peace. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.


  113. Dear Dr. Jeremiah and family, I am so saddened to see this. My thoughts are with you. I pray you can access whatever it is that may bring you any comfort or peace. I hope you are surrounded by love.

  114. My deepest sympathies to the Armenio family. I don’t know where to begin. I still can’t believe Dr. Armenio is gone. He was my brothers’ Primary Care Doctor for many years. When my brother was a barber Dr. Armenio brought his very young son to him to get his hair cut.
    Dr. Armenio became my oncologist in 2017 and I was diagnosed with Lung Cancer. I have never in my life experienced the care I received from him. It was like I had known him for years. With his expertise he mapped out my treatment plan which put me into remission, still to this day. I will be forever grateful. May he Rest in Peace.

  115. Dr. Armenio finally gave me a correct diagnosis and started me on the proper meds. I got my treatment in his clinic and he would always stop in. Fly high Dr. Armenio. Godspeed to you. Yours was a life well lived

  116. Dear Dr. Jeremiah and Family,
    I am deeply sorry for your loss. Dr. Armenio took care of my father, Al Butler for 23 years. During that time, he provided the most in depth personalized care and truly knew my father. He was funny, kind, and always listening
    intently with the most heartfelt bedside manner. Medicine and humanity has lost the greatest of all time. Rest in peace. My forever prayers, Lauren Dauray

  117. To Dr Armenio’s family,

    Please accept my condolence. Dr Armenio was my program director during my internal medicine residency. He was known for his kindness, wisdom and compassionate towards his patients. Anyone that worked at Roger Williams knows how much his patients trusted him. His compassionate and care extended to the residents as well. He supported us during the COVID pandemic and went above and beyond to protect us during the supply shortage of PPE. He will be greatly missed. May he rest in peace.


  118. Dear Dr. Jeremiah,
    My heartfelt sympathy to you and your family on the loss of your husband. I will keep you in my prayers. May he rest in peace.
    Ellen Nicholas

  119. My deepest condolences to Dr. Armenio’s family. Dr. Armenio took care of my mother and he saved her life. I worked with him for a very long time and he was a very amazing doctor. I am Forever thankful he was an amazing physician-and friend. He will be forever missed and loved!

  120. Dr. Vincent. – you saved my life, you saved many lives. You have given hope -You gave courage – YOU Helped Us All. You will be missed by many. To the family my deepest sympathies. Dr. Vincent was an amazing, caring, loving humanitarian. ??❤️??Peace and love to you all. May Jesus give you all peace of mind. Chef Barry. ☮️

  121. Dear Dr. Jeremiah, Vincent & Penny,

    Dr. Vincent Armenio was one of the finest physicians and kindest man we were privileged to know.

    Be at peace in heaven,
    The family of Al Butler
    Narragansett, RI

  122. My prayers go to the Armenio family. Dr. Armenio was a key part of my successful cancer treatment. He was kind and reassuring in his care.
    Rest in peace with our heavenly Father.

  123. My sincere condolences, To the family of Dr. Armenio. Dr. Armenio saved my life, I was in a big battle with cancer. He was also my hemotologist, he was so caring and he gave so much of himself to all his patients. He was an amazing person.He will always be in my heart , I can’t believe he’s gone, God has another angel. Rest in peace my friend your new journey has begun.

  124. Dear Jennifer, Vincent and Penelope – My deepest sympathy for the loss of your husband, father and friend. Vincent was an extraordinary human being who brought candor, compassion and empathy to every interaction. My greatest memories of him are at Roger Williams, where we shared stories and laughter of encounters over our years in practice.

    Having enjoyed several of your Christmas gatherings at your home, I can attest to the beautiful collection of Christmas nutcrackers, as well as the many personal decorations that showcased the love of family. Your love for one another, and for family and friends was palpable.

    I will miss Vincent immensely and will fondly remember his deep compassion for the art he practiced so well.

    May God bless you all.

  125. Dr. Jeremiah, Vincent, & Penny.

    My deepest sympathy for your loss. Dr. Armenio was my Oncologist for over 14 years. He truly was an amazing Doctor, great person, caring individual, who I know will never be replaced in the Medical Field. He will be deeply missed. May Dr. Armenio, R.I.P. Such a sad day!

  126. Dr. Jeremiah, Vincent, and Penny,

    I am so sorry for your loss. Dr. Armenio was my doctor for over 25 years and prior to that, he was my moms doctor. He treated her when she was diagnosed with cancer back in 1995. She loved his bedside manner and everything about him. He was a good person and a great doctor with a big heart. He was also a friend who will be missed dearly. May he rest in eternal peace!

  127. Dr. Armenio was my hematologist for the last 30 years. He was patent, kind, considerate and knowledgeable.
    My sympathies to the family and his colleagues. He will be greatly missed.

  128. Mrs Armenio,& Children.
    So sorry for your loss. Dr Armenio was my mom’s doctor he did everything for my mom, Dr Armenio was an amazing doctor an also a very caring person. We will always be so grateful too call Dr Armenio our friend. May he rest in eternal peace

  129. Dear Dr Jeremiah,
    Please accept my sincere condolences for the loss of your husband. Your family will be in my prayers . May his soul Rest In Peace
    Toni Dumville

  130. My condolences to Dr Armenio family, Dr Armenio was my Dr for 35 years, then he took over my Husband’s care 8 years ago he saved my Husband life. I will always be greatful to Dr Armenio he was my best friend . My heart is forever broken ? Rest in Peace I still can’t believe your gone . Love Rhonda and Dale Toledo

  131. Dr. Jeremiah, Vincent, & Penny,

    I am deeply sorry for your loss. Dr. Armenio was my doctor since I was 15 years old and is the reason I work in healthcare. He also played a huge role in saving my father’s life as well as many other patients’ lives and for that I am forever thankful. He was an amazing physician, boss, and friend. My he rest in eternal peace.

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