Albert was drafted in November 1943. Assigned to G Company 116th Infantry 13 Aug 1944 then to Medical Detachment 116th Infantry on 25 Aug 1944 he was killed in action on 16 Sep 1944.
After the war, Albert's body was repatriated and he was buried in Saint Peter's Cemetery in Lewiston, Maine.
THE LEWISTON DAILY SUN, LEWISTON-AUBURN, MAINE, THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 8, 1948, PAGE TWO (internet edition)
FUNERALS: PVT. ALBERT A. VINCENT
Committal services for Pvt. Albert A. Vincent were conducted Wednesday morning by Rev. Fr. Caouette of St. Louis Church at St. Peter's Cemetery. The body arrived at the Maine Central Railroad Bates Street Station escorted by Sgt. George Sartorelli, Brooklyn Army Base, N.Y. Bearers were Regis Lepage, Richard R. Vincent, Arthur A. Legendre, Laurier O. Fontaine, Phillippe Ouellette and Laureat Michaud. Pvt. Vincent is survived by his widow, the former Aurore Daigue; three daughters, Constance, Claire, and Marie; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis J. Vincent; and a sister, Mrs. Gerald Leblanc, all of Auburn.
Aurore never remarried and raised her girls and made a living operating Vincent Gift Shop. She died in 2005 and is buried with her husband.