Vincent Edward Carter, 55, passed away and entered into God’s arms on Sunday, November 1, 2020. Born October 1, 1965 in Fort Worth, Texas, Vincent along with his mother, Alexa, moved to Denver, Colorado at an early age. Vincent excelled academically and in sports throughout his junior high and high school years and was recognized by his classmates as an aspiring leader. Following his graduation from George Washington High School in Denver, Vincent was accepted to the University of Colorado at Boulder, where he received a bachelors of science degree in business and administration. He graduated from the CU-Boulder Business School in only three years, and positioned himself to be recruited by leading Fortune 500 companies. He pledged and was a member of the Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity - Beta Theta chapter. Anyone acquainted with Vincent were drawn to him because of his outgoing personality and non-judgmental attitude. Preceded in death by his grandparents, Marion and Zelma Carter, Vincent leaves behind his dedicated mother, Alexa; a devoted daughter, Brande; and three handsome grandsons, Jayden, Jayshawn and Sedarian. A special acknowledgment of gratitude to the Zion Temple Pentecostal Apostolic Faith Church in Denver, Colorado. Bishop Robert Martin, Jr. and First Lady Kimberly Martin’s unconditional love and support for Vincent during his life and passing are embraced with the upmost appreciation.