Major Rob and Janine Vincent: Area Commanders of The Salvation Army of Northeast Florida
Major Rob Vincent and his wife Janine have been Officers for 26 years, commissioned in June of 1989 in the Ambassadors for Christ Session. They have been married for 29 years and have four children. Two are Officers in The Salvation Army, another son works for The Salvation Army in Clarksville, TN, and their daughter Megan lives with her husband in Savannah, GA. The Vincents also have a nine-year-old Yorkie named Buddy.
The Vincents have served as Corps Officers in Pulaski, VA; Winston – Salem, NC; Orangeburg, SC; Charlotte, NC; Concord, NC; Wilmington, NC; and Greensboro, NC. In 2005 following landfall of hurricane Katrina, they moved to the Mississippi Gulf Coast to lead the long term recovery effort. They were appointed as the South Mississippi Recovery Commanders, and Southern Mississippi Metropolitan Area Commanders. In 2007 they became the Nashville Area Commanders, and in 2011 they moved to Memphis, TN, to take over the Memphis Adult Rehabilitation Center as Administrator and Director of Special Services.
In June of 2013, Major Rob Vincent was appointed to the Georgia Divisional Headquarters as the Divisional Secretary, where he oversaw 12 departments and programs.
As of June 2015, Major Rob and Janine Vincent will lead the Northeast Florida Area Command.