Edward Buddy Quayle

Canandaigua, New York

Jul 20, 1938 – Jul 18, 2019 (Age 80)


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Edward W. "Buddy" Quayle CANANDAIGUA - Edward W. "Buddy" Quayle, age 80, passed away on Thursday, July 18, 2019. He is survived by four children, Lisa (George) Mortensen, Jeffrey Quayle, Kristin Quayle and Jill Johnson; 11 grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; two sisters, Sandra Wager and...

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Kristen, I'm so sorry to learn of your father's death. I always enjoyed coming in and talking about a variety of subjects, from sports to politics. Even though I have a limited amount of hair go cut, it was still nice to come in and be greeted by a friendly smile and him calling me Mr. Democrat & Chronicle.
Again, my sincere condolences

To Buddy's Family,
Buddy had been my barber since 1991 when I moved back to the Finger Lakes area. Buddy knew that I was very fussy about how I wanted to have my hair cut and always did a great job in doing so. Thank You Buddy for your friendship and being my barber. He is now up in Heaven with my wife Joan,and daughter Tiffany, and son Jeremy. God Bless Buddy's family.

Dear Kristin , sorry to hear about your dad. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Cheryle aruck

Dear Family of Buddy,
How lucky we all are to have known your Dad, Grandfather, Brother, Brother-in-law and Uncle. He was such an important part of Canandaigua, as a merchant, church member, school athlete, and friend. We are so sorry for your loss and hope precious memories will help you through this very difficult time. Love, Tom and Cathy Mamoone and Family

God Bless Buddy Quayle, May God Bless and watch over you all.

To Jeff and family. I am very sorry to hear the lost of your father. I spent many days at the Quayle house in in the 4 years of high school with Jeff. I will always remember Mr Quayle smileing laughing and always busting our chops. But also giveing us good advice on life and to be a better athlete. You will be missed.

I am sorry to hear of the passing of my great friend Buddy, but but rejoice in the tremendous memories that he provided to me and the laughs we
shared together! He was a wonderful friend, and would always prepare breakfast sandwiches for our Sunday group of Tony, Putt, Dennis, Buddy and I as we spent the day together playing golf. Treasured times with a special friend!
Debby and I extend our condolences to Jeff, Lisa, Kristin and Jill and all the family on your loss,and we all...

Dear Lisa, Jeff, Kristin, and Jill,

My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family with the passing of your Dad. There are so many fond memories of being next door neighbors, especially watching Buddy and Pop gabbing out in the garden about who knows what! They were quite the pair and I imagine they are having a great time being reunited! Blessings to all, Valerie Rheude, Bloomsburg, PA.

To George, Lisa and all of Buddy's Family please accept my deepest condolences on the loss of one Canandaigua's finest people....your Father. He was a man of great integrity and a mentor to many youth of the city and admired by many. Sending thoughts and prayers your way. God Bless Buddy.