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August 15, 2014
Richard and I met Quenie and Patty 4 years ago, here in Sun City. I will miss the twinkle in Quenie's eyes, his humor and his caring way for those close to him. Quenie we will save you a seat for the Veterans Day Celebration at the Lake House. You are missed and loved.
August 14, 2014
I knew him as Ed when I worked part-time as a college student, then as my first full-time job afterwards at Onondaga Wallpaper & Paint, where he was one of the salesmen, back in the mid-70s until I left the company in 1982. I never knew about his service in WW2 until reading this obituary. My condolences to the family, may he rest in peace.
August 14, 2014
I met Quennie several times when he and Shirley would go out to dinner with my dad (Ray Bills) and Arline. Always a gentleman with a great smile.
August 13, 2014
Uncle Quinnie was a sweet man. ? I loved his smile and the love he shared with his family and friends.I will miss hearing his voice on the other end of the line. R.I.P. Uncle Quinnie. Love you, Donna.
August 13, 2014
When I was a child Quennie's parents lived across the street from us on Trinity Ave. in Lowville, N.Y. I remember the day when he returned home from WW II dressed in his uniform. He and the Martin family were great neighbors. Thank you Mr. Martin for your service and may you rest in peace.
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