Bernadette M. Quinn

6 novembre , 196129 mai , 2019
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Our community is sadden with the sudden passing of Bernadette M. Quinn, 57, of Troy, NH, on Wednesday, May 29, 2019 at the Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center, Lebanon, NH.

Her parents, Nora M. (Costello) and Edward X. Quinn, Sr., welcomed their daughter into the world on November 6, 1961, in Worcester, Mass. Bernadette grew up in Worcester and was a 1979 graduate of Holy Name Catholic High School in Worcester.

She attended Emmanuel College transferring to Worcester State College where she graduated Summa Cum Laude with a Bachelor Degree in Communication Disorders and Psychology in 1983. Bernadette went on to attend Syracuse University where she graduated Summa Cum Laude in 1985 with a Master Degree in Audiology. While attending Syracuse University, she completed an internship in the management and evaluation of Veterans hearing loss with the Syracuse Veterans Administration.

In 1985, Bernadette obtained her NH Hearing Aid and Audiology Licenses. In 1986, she received her ASHA Certificate of Clinical Competency in Audiology.

Bernadette began her career in as an audiologist with the Keene Clinic / Dartmouth Hitchcock in 1985 and was still caring for patients’ hearing needs at the time of her passing.

When not caring for others, Bernadette enjoyed going to casinos, seeing what lady-luck would bring her way. She also enjoyed traveling. She was a past member of the Troy Lioness Club; served on the Troy Library Board for three years; and was a parishioner and active volunteer at the Immaculate Conception Church in Troy. Her perfect day would be those special moments creating wonderful memories with her family.

She will be greatly missed by her colleagues and many patients that she cared for. Those that will miss her the most are her longtime companion and soulmate of 27 years, John N. Gove of Troy; her siblings, Edward X. Quinn, Jr. and his wife, Maureen, of Worcester, MA, Mary M. Quinn Iacovelli, of Hopedale, MA, James T. Quinn and his wife, Lynda, of Forest, VA, Anne M. Shattuck and her husband, Howie, of Worcester, MA; and many nieces, nephews, great-nieces, great-nephews, and extended family members.

A mass of Christian burial will be celebrated on Friday, June 7, 2019 at 1:00PM in the Immaculate Conception Church, School Street, Troy. Burial will follow in the Mountain View Cemetery, Route 12, Troy. Family and friends are invited to call on Friday from 10:00am to 12:00pm at the Foley Funeral Home, 49 Court Street, Keene.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Bernadette’s memory to the Gap Mountain Lions Club, c/o President Jennifer Nye, 156 Bowkerville Road, Fitzwilliam, NH 03447.


  • John N. Gove, Companion
  • Edward X. Quinn, Jr. and wife, Maureen, Brother
  • Mary M. Quinn Iacovelli, Sister
  • James T. Quinn and wife, Lynda, Brother
  • Anne M. Shattuck and husband, Howie, Sister
  • Nora M. (Costello) Quinn, Mother (deceased)
  • Edward X. Quinn Sr., Father (deceased)
  • Bernadette is also survived by many nieces, nephews, great-nieces, great-nephews and extended family members.

  • Matthew Shattuck
  • Michael Shattuck
  • Brenden Quinn
  • Daniel Iacovelli
  • Timothy Iacovelli
  • James Quinn, Jr.
  • DONS

  • Gap Mountain Lions Club


services précédents:

  • Visitation and Celebration of Life vendredi, 7 juin , 2019
  • Mass of Christian Burial vendredi, 7 juin , 2019


  • Burial with Committal Prayers Following Mass


Bernadette M. Quinn


Tracy Mendham

9 septembre , 2019

I am so sorry to learn of Bernadette's passing. I was one of her patients and she was so good at explaining things so I could understand the results and what they meant. My sympathies to her family, friends and coworkers--your grief must be deep. She leaves such a strong legacy of service to others. She made the world a better place.

Gary Marlborough

14 juillet , 2019

I was so sorry to hear of the passing Bernadette, I went to school with her and my former wifes family is good friend with Ed & Maureen.
May the road rise up to meet her
May the sun shine upon her face ,
The rain fall soft upon her fields
And until we meet again ( and we will )
May God hold her gently in the palm of his hands.
Sincerely, Gary Marlborough

Rachel Clermont

13 juin , 2019

I just leaned of Bernadette’s passing today. While I only knew her as one of her many Patients she always made me feel like a freind. I know she will be Missed by all. My deepest sympathy to her office co- workers, family and friends. Way to darn heartbreaking. :((

Sally Steere

6 juin , 2019

So shocked and saddened to read of Bernadette’s sudden passing. She was my audiologist for close to 30 years and a colleague at Cheshire Hospital, as well, years ago. Bernie was so kind and such fun! I always looked forward to seeing her for my hearing loss and hearing aid needs. She was a friend and I’ll miss her. My sincere condolences to John and all of Bernie’s family. I trust that Bernie is at home with our Lord and all those who have gone before her.

Pat Fish

6 juin , 2019

I have know Bernie for over 30 years and she was always wonderful to work with and treated me with respect. After leaving the Clinic and I became a patient she was a marvelous medical provider and helped me get my hearing aids financed. I have a lovely pair of earring that she bought for me on one of trips and I have always treasured them now that they will have even more meaning.

Deborah Bennett

4 juin , 2019

Bernie will be missed in so many ways in the local professional community of which she was such an important part. I called on her many times for information and collaboration over the years, and enjoyed her wonderful presence at our speech-language-hearing social meetings. Her participation on the NHSLHA board was also much appreciated. My heart goes out to her family and friends. Remember that many will continue to benefit from her wisdom as colleagues like me pass on what she taught us, to our future clients and patients. Thank you Bernadette. --Debbie Bennett, MS CCC Speech & Language Pathologist

Linda Perham

4 juin , 2019

I've known Bernie since late 80'S. Her sense of humor, direct style of communication and her deep love for her patients, made me one of her biggest fans.
I often called on her for advise and support . Her understanding of veterans and their individual needs was so valuable to her serving those that served our country.
She loved to laugh and what a laugh. I will miss her, but, I am so very fortunate, as are all her coworkers, patients and family, to have shared in her life .

Cornelia Jenness

3 juin , 2019

My daughter, Cathy, has been a patient of hers, almost from the beginning of Bernadette's career. We saw her last on May 23. She was not excited about moving...we will miss her kind, friendly, expert attention.
Cornelia and Cathy

Bob Elliott

3 juin , 2019


Remembering her no-nonsense approach to dealing with patients and wondering if this was the way she walked thru life!

Always interested in what I had to say and what my issue was that day and you just knew she was interested in helping with that issue.

Bernadette's professional and caring, at the same time, approach to helping us with hearing issues will be sorely missed and I hope her family knows just how much she will be missed by this small community.

The only thing left to say is "Thank You"

Beth Safford-Jankowski

3 juin , 2019

To the Quinn Family,
Deepest sympathy on the loss of Bernadette. I remember her fondly from our days at HN. She was always smiling and so much fun! May you find peace in the wonderful memories you have of her. God bless you all.