Vincent Arno Wesch

April 4, 1934 - 
September 12, 2020
Vincent Arno Wesch
Birthplace: Cibolo, Texas
Resided In: Horseshoe Bay, Texas

Our beloved Vincent Arno Wesch, age 86, went to be with our Lord on September 12, 2020. He was born April 4, 1934, in Cibolo, Texas. He is survived by his wife Audni Wesch; daughter and son-in-law Joy and Jeff Bittner; son and daughter-in-law Les and Cindy Wesch; son Keith Wesch; stepson and daughter-in-law Stephen and Dana Dehlinger; stepson and daughter-in-law Mark and Rebecca Dehlinger; stepson and daughter-in-law Paul and Kimberly Dehlinger; granddaughters Savannah Bittner and Cassandra Wesch; step-grandchildren Martin, Matthew, Paul, Sarah, and Holden Dehlinger and step-granddaughter Sydney Storey; sister Annie Scates; sister-in-law Judy Wesch as well as several nieces, nephews and cousins.
He was preceded in death by his wife Mary Wesch, parents, Hilmar and Rosa Wesch, his brother Calvin Wesch, his sister Marcella Stapper, and brother-in-law Calvin Stapper.

Vince attended Lower Valley School and graduated from Cibolo High School in Texas. He then attended San Antonio College and after graduation he joined the Air Force. Upon completion of his Air Force duty, he attended St. Mary’s University in San Antonio and earned his Bachelor’s degree in accounting. After he graduated, he worked for the IRS and then moved to Kermit in West Texas. He started his own accounting and tax business which he operated for over 30 years. While in Kermit, he owned a tank and trucking rental business related to oil and gas drilling. He was successful in all his business endeavors.

Vince was a good friend to all people he met; always having a kind word for everyone. He was a genuinely good person with a great sense of humor and was an easy-going individual. He was a loving, thoughtful, caring husband, father, grandfather, brother, uncle and friend. He had the pleasure of traveling the world extensively with his loving wife, Audni. He loved living on Lake LBJ and enjoyed boating with family and friends. He will be greatly missed by all that knew him.