Our family was blessed when Zane's tour of duty took him to Albuquerque for a few years. Our daughters, Diane and Debby, were teens at the time and were so favorably impressed by Zane and Mary's influence. Some of our favorite memories include a couple of family houseboat vacations to Lake Powell. Zane caught, cleaned and ate his share of the many fish caught on those trips. He was adept at riding floating logs when our private lake rodeos were held. We still get a chuckle remembering how he ran across the desert barefooted when he and the ski boat driver (who shall remain nameless) misjudged a landing. He truly was a man of faith who treasured his family and friends. He will always remain in our hearts.
Zane and David were in first grade at Dutton together and through 12th grade at Pisgah, AL. They lived less than a mile apart. Toni knew him from 5th grade. One of our best memories was how hard he could hit a softball. Zane always had a smile for everyone.
Our prayers are with Zane's family. He was special and we will always remember him.
I have not seen Zane since high school, but was saddened to hear of his death. I have passed the information along to other classmates, Pisgah High School class of 1963. Your family is in our prayers.
The Washington State Veterans Cemetery extend our deepest sympathies to the family of Quincy Z. Edmonds, USAF Ret. for your loss, to honor his service to our country and our patriotic hero.
In the very short time I was able to work with Quincy at Hearth Homes, it was readily evident that he was a true man of God. Our world was blessed by his compassion for others, and his loving nature will leave a lasting legacy. May our Lord Jesus continue to bless the lives of those touched by this fine man.
Uncle Zane was one of my heros in life , he had a soft but firm way about him that i wish to emulate. I will miss him dearly. Uncle i will see you again in glory.
As a neighbor, Quincy's ever present smile easily drew a wave or hello at every crossing. I marveled at the accomplishments revealed in the stories that he shared and felt as I had found a friend and not just a new neighbor. Quincy we will miss you but always remember you. Steve and Chris Wilson
We will miss this great man of God. He always had a listening ear and welcoming smile. Heaven is blessed.
We were neighbors of Quincy who were blessed with being able to get to know him. Right away upon meeting him we felt a special warmth and strength from him that touched our entire family. His wisdom and kindness will be missed by so many. I will always remember how busy he kept himself and how whenever he would drive by us in crossing and wave, that we could feel his strong presence in such a simple thing as that. Our prayers go out to his family as we know how greatly he will be missed.
The Burgess family
Zane was one of three of us cousins born in September of 1945. He came into this world 2 days before me. I am very saddened to hear he had to leave this soon! My thoughts and prayers are with all the family as you go through these coming days. Love to all. Gwen