Byron was my grandpa I miss him so much I remember the time I went to the big house ( michigan stadium) even though he loved Iowa he took me I will never forget him you will always be in my heart grandpa
To the Quandt Family:
I came across this while looking for the obituary of a close friend's father who had passed away around the same time. I have had no contact with the Quandt family for at least 25 years but I remember Mr. Quandt very well. He was a kind man who always managed to treat me well even though i was a cocky senior in high school. As my 2 and 4 year old girls grow up, I hope i can be as kind and accommodating to their friends as he was to me.
with my deepest condolences,
I knew Byron from high school and we were in several music groups together We auditioned (with a quartet) and were accepted into the Iowa State Chorus. I was also a frequent dinner guest with the family, as I lived in the country and they invited me to have many meals before choir practice.
I have many fond memories of my times with the Quandt family.
Sincerely and with condolences.
Duane J. Swailes
To the Quandt Family:
Byron was a special man, whom I was glad to have met in just the recent past. His love of sport was evident as we had the chance to go to NCAA basketball regionals with he and Tim, and the Green family. We offer our heartfelt sympathy in this time of loss, and hope that his wonderful smile, great wit, and his love of family are cherished memories for the future.
Nancy, Deepest sympathy at this time if your loss
To the Quandt family:
I send my deepest and sincere condolences to the entire family. Byron will truly be missed. He is someone that I had the pleasure of getting to know and respect. There are many people at Buffalo Wild Wings that will truly miss his smiling face. My thoughts and prayers go out to Mrs. Quandt and the entire family. Thank you for allowing us the opportunity to get to know him.
My most sincere condolences. Byron was a wondrful person and of great assistance to me during a time we did some work together at Pilkington. May his memory be a treasure to you and your family.
I am so sorry to read about your loss. Byron was a great guy who I always enjoyed playing tennis with. A true sportsman and gentleman. My prayers are with you and your family.
So sorry to hear about the loss of Byron. My thoughts and prayers go to you and your family. With love, Connie Ulmer
Dear Nancy: We extend our deepest sympathy to you and your family. We are sorry we cannot extend our sympathy in person as we recently moved to Naples, FL. Sincerely, Dottie and Phil Rice
I just learned of Byron's passing. I'm so sorry to hear about this. Byron was such a wonderful person! I really admired him and always enjoyed talking with him. He was one of the really good ones! He will be greatly missed by everyone that knew him. My heart goes out to you and your family.
I was so sorry to hear of the passing of byron,he will be missed by everyone who knew him. Please accept my condolences , he will be with you for years to come in spirit.
Jim and I are simply devastated by this sad news. We so enjoyed being with both of you over the years at Sylvania and other Toledo spots. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Fondly, Cynthia and Jim Apostolakis
Dear Nancy, So sorry to hear of the loss of your beloved husband. It is so difficult. My sincere condolences.