Vincent Terrill Wrencher, affectionately known by his family as “Stink”, was born on August 6, 1974 to Denise Wrencher-Kyle. Vincent grew up in Carthage, and attended school in the Moore County School system, where he played football. 


He had a strong compassion for football and was a true fan of his longtime favorite team, Dallas Cowboys. Vincent also had a love for dogs and was the proud owner of “Terrell’s Bullyz”. 


He had a heart of gold and would do anything he could to help those in need. Vincent loved to laugh, praise God, listen to Quartet music and spend time with those he loved. 


Vincent was preceded in death by his maternal grandmother, the late Gerushia Wrencher. 


Vincent leaves to cherish loving memories, his mom, Denise Wrencher-Kyle; two brothers, Dwayne Kyle (Meredith) of Pawcatuck CT, and Kevin Kyle of Pinehurst, NC; stepbrother, Jeremy Kyle of Eastwood, NC; stepsister, Jessica Kyle of Pinehurst, NC; five nephews, Jaylen Kyle, Aiden Kyle, Camden Kyle, Rhylan Martin, and Jacoby Martin; Beloved Grandfather, Charles Wrencher of Carthage, NC; aunts, Barbara Harris (Benjamin), Teresa Ross, Jackie Brown, uncles, Clifton Wrencher (Cynthia), Conrad Wrencher (Kyndall), Charles Wrencher (Theresa), Johnny Wrencher, Kenneth Wrencher (Barbara); Godfather Overseer Willie Purcell Jr. (Darlene); Goddaughter, Destiny Terry; Godbrothers, Khalil Williams, Christian Ross, Demarcus Purcell, Adrian Purcell, Donavan Purcell; Godsisters, Tiffini Ross, Tamara Burwell, Priscilla Sanders; Best Friend, Kimbel Kearns (Tiffany), the Kyle Family, who he loved so dearly, a host of cousins and dear friends.


Due to COVID 19,  a private family ceremony will be held.


A public viewing will be held from 3:30 to 6:00 PM, Friday, November 27, 2020 at Fry and Prickett Funeral Home, Carthage, NC. 


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  1. Sending Prayers to the family. “To be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord.” He was such a sweet guy who loved his Dallas Cowboys and his family.

  2. We will miss you Stink it was hard seeing you laying there in the state you were in but I prayed that everything would be alright. No one expected this lord Jesus. You are in so much more better hands than you are here on earth but it still hurts we love you.

  3. I did not know Vincent but know Jackie, Charles, and Denise. I am so sorry for the loss of Vincent. You all are in my prayers.

  4. Aunt Denise, Cousins Dwayne and Kevin (and extended family)- Please know you all are in my thoughts and prayers. I will certainly miss Stink #DC4L

  5. Man I’ma miss seeing you in Needmore! You always beeped the horn in passing and always spoke whenever I seen you! Praying for your mom & family!

  6. Words will never be able to describe the pain and the void that I feel but I know your in a better place I Love you my brother 😪😪💔

  7. No words can express how so very sorry I am for the loss of his great spirit. Stink was a blessing and made everyone smile that he encountered. He is in a better place now and has gained his heavenly wings. Rest easy my friend you will truly be missed.

  8. The Frye Family would like to send our deepest condolences to your family during this time! We are praying for you and asking God to wrap his loving arms around you all! Vincent was a good man! Love you all!

  9. Your memory is my keepsake which will never part God has you in his keeping I have you in my heart
    I Love You Vincent 💞

    • Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. Praying to the Lord that he give you all strength. Sleep well my friend!

  10. Sending my hugs, prayers and love to the family. Praying that my GOD will continue to comfort, strengthen and lift you up during this very difficult time of bereavement. Vincent you will truly be missed….LOVE YOU ALL!

  11. You will be greatly missed Vincent!

    I will forever remember our relationship!

    Tell my dad hi for me! And hey, You have the best seat in the house now to see your Cowboys!!

    • Vincent,
      You will forever be remembered by me ALWAYS! I will never forget how welcome you made me feel! I am grateful for the opportunity to have known you. Such a nice guy, proud to call you family!

  12. I won’t be able to “just run into” you anymore at a store in Moore County, when I visit. When I lived there, you loved and would request my “yellow rice,” made yellow because of my recipe that I never named, so you called it “that yellow rice.” Lol. Now, I won’t name it. You already did. I will cherish all the many videos that you made for me. You lived such a sacrificial life. Now, you can rest. I love you, my young friend.
    Denise, Kevin, Dwayne and the entire Wrencher/Kyle family, Kimble, Tiffany, Destiny, Arnez, the St. James family, you are and will be in our prayers. We love you!

  13. Lean on God and continue to lean on each other for comfort during this difficult time…family is one of the most important part of our lives and getting through times like these are one of the hardest things we face. God gives us his comfort during our loneliness hours and we can call on him…love the Wrencher Family and my dear friends Kevin and Peaches love yall dearly!

  14. Praying for each you. Vincent was truly a great person, always greeted me with a huge smile and kind words. RIH my friend DC4L

    Annie & Cherelle Faulk

  15. We are sending our thoughts and prayers to your family. Vincent visited our church often and always had a warm and gentle smile or hello. We will miss seeing him at Virtue Baptist Church but we encourage the Wrencher family to continue to trust in God for comfort now and in the days to come.

    Heartfelt condolences,
    Rodrick and Connie Monroe & Family

  16. Vincent Auntie loved you and going to miss you dearly! No more hurt and pain. You were such a great respectful nephew that I enjoyed spending time with and loved our talks! Full of fun, laughter and life! I miss your smile and would do anything to hear your voice! It hurts so bad that you had to leave us, but God knew what was best for you. I love you so much and will hold on to my memories of you in my heart! RIH ❤️❤️

  17. Words are not enough to express our sincere condolences for the loss of Vincent. He was an extraordinarily kind young man. We will miss him. We hope you family is able to find peace and comfort during this difficult time. We love you all.

  18. When we first met 5 years ago before the family reunion we sat and talked at my hotel room with me, my mom and kids and you embraced us with open arms and said”I got even more family than what I have.” You also gave us the the biggest hugs ever. I will miss our talks. Love you. RIH

  19. Vincent,
    You will forever be remembered by me ALWAYS! I will never forget how welcome you made me feel! I am grateful for the opportunity to have known you. Such a nice guy, proud to call you family!

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