Werber, Vincent G. age 72 of Troy, Ohio passed away after a long illness on March 26, 2023 at Upper Valley Medical Center, in Troy, Ohio. He was born on May 20, 1950, in Gardiner, Maine, at the old Gardiner Hospital. He was the youngest son of Ralph A. Werber Sr. and Ada E. Brann (Bouitilier)Werber. Vince attended most of his schooling in the Gardiner School System, living on Robinson St. in Gardiner. He obtained his GED as an adult, and went on to get an Associates of Science from the University of Maine at Augusta, in Computer Information Systems, graduating in 1992. He made many lifelong friends at UMA, and was a strong supporter of the University of Maine System. He was a member of the Phi Beta Kappa Honors Fraternity in his university years, also involved in student government. Vince worked in the shoe factories throughout the Gardiner area as a young man. He had also worked in construction for various companies, and did freelance work for many different places. In 1971, He married Harriet Nelson, and moved into her childhood home in Pittston, Maine. They had a family, two daughters, Tammy and Susan, with his mother living with him as well. He remained married to Harriet until her death in 2008. After his wife passed, he met Leony Godby, and was in a long term relationship with her. A kind, devoted woman, they were good for each other in so many ways. Vince was a dedicated Ham Radio operator (KA1IIC), having obtained his license to broadcast at a young age. He was so fluent in Morse code, he could and would speak it, which is a true talent. He spent a lot of his time creating radios, working on computers, and attempting to solve complicated mathematical proofs that were unsolvable. Vince was also an amazing musician, to the level of being a savant. He was involved in many types of bands over the years, playing guitar and singing. He could pick up any instrument and play it but the guitar and his voice were his specialities. One band that was close to his heart was the Gospel band that he performed in named "The New Life Singers", traveling to many places throughout Maine and other New England states. He was also a talented woodworker, artist, and photographer. He was never one to say no to someone in need, from formal volunteering, to helping a neighbor get a cow out of the mud. Vince was predeceased by his parents, his wife, a sister Alice Werber and his bestfriend Ralph Shea Jr. He is survived by his oldest daughter Tammy Werber and her husband James Balmert of Whitefield, youngest daughter Susan Werber, and her wife, Annie Werber of Augusta, his brother Ralph Werber II of Albion and his sister Mary Laurence of Pittston. He has two grandchildren, Shawn Werber-Balmert of Whitefield, and Katherine Rose, given up for adoption as a newborn, but never out of his thoughts. He was also survived by many nieces and nephews. A service for friends and family will be held at a later date. Arrangements entrusted to Frings and Bayliff Funeral Home.