Vincent W. DiChristina

Vincent W. DiChristina, 42, of Palisades, NY, passed away on Thursday, October 26, 2023. Beloved son and step-son of Marino and Patti. Dear brother of Joseph and his wife Laura and uncle of Angelina, Joseph and Gianna. He was predeceased by his mother, Carol Ann. Also survived by so many loving relatives and wonderful friends.

Vincent was a Police Officer with the New York City Police Department for 16 years. He loved traveling and living life, enjoying the Jersey shore, Lake George, motorcycle outings and spending time with his friends and family.

Visiting hours are Monday, October 30, 2023 from 2-8 PM at Pizzi Funeral Home, 120 Paris Ave, Northvale, NJ.


  1. So many things will never be the same without you Vinny. We love you ❤️

  2. Dorothy McLernon

    Our hearts breaks. Rest in peace beautiful boy.
    McLernon Family

  3. So deeply sad about this loss. This world will mourn, your next life will rejoice.

  4. Frank T. DiChristina

    Rest in Peace , Cuz, Untill we meet again. Prayers n Thoughts, to you Uncle Marino n Patti n Cuz Joey, n the rest of the family. ❤️

  5. I will always love you,

  6. So sad to hear that your gone Vinny ..
    Sleep in peace
    prayers for you
    your family and friends

  7. I’m so terribly saddened to find out that my brother in blue was in such pain. I truly believe that God loves your soul and will heal your wounds. Vinnie you’re such a funny and heartwarming guy. Will miss you bother. Company 07-40 “naughty forty”

  8. I am beyond saddened to hear of his passing… He was always such a great guy and always walked into my office with a smile on his face. Sleep in peace Vinny… Heaven just gained an angel… My condolences to his entire family.

  9. Vinny you always had a good heart and love for all animals and all people. May you rest in peace

    Caroline and Family

  10. Vin you were a major part of many of our childhoods . So many memories and eras with you in it. Your memory will live on in The Russos yard. You were a genuine sweet soul. Rest in peace my old friend and give your mom a kiss for me. You will be missed.

  11. Vin how can I ever say goodbye to you. I loved you from 1st grade with Katie to all our happy days at docs. No one will ever replace you my dearest Vin. All the animals at the zoo are shedding a tear tonite Rest in peace❤️

  12. Brenda and Michael Caracciolo

    Vinny, you are greatly loved by so many for your humor, and genuine kindness for people and animals. May you find the peace you were looking for and many prayers to your family in this great loss. Forever in our hearts

  13. The best days and nights, the biggest laughs, the memories that can’t be replaced…
    You can’t ever really be gone, because we will keep telling your stories.
    I can’t wait to see you again.

  14. What a truly great guy! I probably haven’t seen you in 25 years, but I can’t think of one time that you were anything but kind and fun to be around. Countless parties and events were made more fun when you were involved. Of all the people I’ve missed over the years, you and your brother are certainly at the top of my list. It’s a shame that now I’ll never get to hang with you again. Rest easy and thank you for your service to New York City, as well as making everyone you came across in your daily life feel a little bit better. You’ll be missed Vin! Go easy.
    Matt Kiggins

  15. Awe Vin, there is much I could say. You made such a wonderful impression on me and my Family. You are already missed. . I look at the dozens of photos of you with Kim and all the places you went. The Love on your faces and twinkle in your eyes. The plans you called and told me about. I am so glad we went to Hawaii. The best was watch the two of you make that lovely house your home. Working hard both inside and outside. I enjoyed my conversations with your Mom, wish I could have met her. I always hoped I could meet your Dad. May God Bless and Comfort both he and your Step Mom. I am sure there are many Family members and Friends who are grieving . Rest now and know just how much you were and still are loved.

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