Lauterburg - Oehler Funeral Home

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Mary Lou M. Quint

March 29, 1931March 14, 2020

Mary Lou M. Quint, 88 of Arlington Heights was born March 29, 1931 in Milwaukee, WI to Thomas and Genevieve (Brown) Flaherty and passed away peacefully March 14, 2020. Mary Lou was the beloved wife of 65 years of Jack O. Quint; loving mother of Eileen (late Brian) Renk, Brian (Constance) Quint and Kathleen (Lee) DePrey; cherished grandmother of Jamie (Derek) Simon, Jake DePrey, Jonathan De Prey and Joseph De Prey; great-grandmother of William Simon: dear sister of Thomas (Mary) Flaherty, Jean (John) Smerlinski, Margaret (late Carl) Mace and the late Eileen (late Carl) Lunowa and the late James Flaherty and fond aunt of many nieces and nephews.


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Mary Lou M. Quint

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Patti Grossner -Harker

March 25, 2020

I came across this as I was searching for my parents friends. I have fond memories of Mr & Mrs. Quint. It seems odd to call them that at 63 years old but they were always that to me. Such wonderful close friends of my parents. My sympathies to the family from our family for the loss of Mary Lou.

Brian Quint

March 20, 2020

Today was such a wonderful day with family and blessings being sent for my Mother. She will join all others that have passed earlier, whom she loved and will comfort her in arrival. Father Matt and Jim we could not have finished her journey without all your gracious contributions in such difficult time for our family.
God bless everyone for all your prayers and we are sure that my mother is smiling from above, planting flowers, and looking over all who need support in time of need.
Bless you Mom your love is in all our hearts and we will carry it for ever lasting.

Carol Wenhardt

March 18, 2020

Dear Uncle Jack (hubba hubba), Eileen, Brian, Kathy & families: Extending our deepest condolences in the passing of Auntie Mary Lou. May peace be yours, as it is her's now. We are deeply regretting not being able to share your grief in person due to the world we live in today. But please know that you are, and have been in our thoughts & prayers. Rejoice in life everlasting.
I have fond memories of driving all the way to Illinois on New Year's Day to visit when we were just kids. Aunt Mary Lou was always the 'hostess with the mostest.'
With Love and we hope to see you all at the next reunion.
Carol & Dave Wenhardt
Fish Creek WI

Cheryl Lunowa

March 18, 2020

My deepest sympathies to Uncle Jack, Eileen, Brian and Kathy over the loss of a kind and beautiful wife and mother. This is a bittersweet time I know, and my heart aches for all of you. Admittedly, the thought of Auntie Mary Lou being reunited with her mom and dad, Uncle Jimmy and her loving sister Eileen (my mom) and other deceased family members, makes me happy. I will continue to pray for this precious soul, for her eternal salvation and happiness, and for all of you, as you grieve and heal in the weeks and months ahead.

May God bless you always.

With love and prayers,

Bob Lunowa

March 17, 2020

To my special Aunt.

They say Aunts are best friends that never tell your secrets. They give outside honest advice, and are the coolest people you will ever have in your life.
Now at home in heaven by your earthly earned right.
Ever so happy and ever so bright.

There is now perfect joy and beauty all around.
In your new and everlasting light surround.

All the pain and grief is gone.
Nothing ever again could go wrong
Now that you have spiritually passed
You are finally home at last

The lord calls you now for there is work to do.
He knows your spirit and wants grace for you
So for now you must not idly stand.
For Jesus calls you into his eternal land.

When his work is all complete
You and he will surely meet.
I know in time we will all meet again, on what is certainly going to be, a very special day.
Simply know Auntie, you were the coolest ever, if I do dare say.

Thoughts and prayers, your loving nephew.

Bob Lunowa and Family.

Eileen Renk

March 17, 2020

You are now at peace. Free to do all that you loved to do in heaven. You can tend to the heavens gardens, and celebrate with all those who have passed prior to you. I'm sure your brother, sister, mother and father guided through the gates of heaven. Please know you were loved and always missed. But that is what memories are for. Love you long time! XXX Eileen