OBITUARY

Patrick Quinn

December 16, 1955September 2, 2018

Patrick Daniel Quinn was born in Redding California in 1955. He went on to greater glory Sunday Sep 2, 2018 in Prattville, Alabama. Pat spent his life in the service of his country, first in the Army Medical Corps, then at Gunter Air Force Base, as a civilian computer analyst. Pat was active in the life of his church, St Mark's Episcopal, singing tenor in the choir. His passion for his country and social justice led him to work as a volunteer in the Tabitha Isner 2018 congressional campaign.

Paddy is survived by his wife, Kathryn Quinn, his children, Michelle Kasunic, and Luke Quinn, and his grandchildren Roscoe, Mary, & Lucy.

A Celebration of Life service will be held at St. Marks Episcopal Church in Prattville, Al Saturday September 8, 2018 at 1:00pm with Rector Scott Arnold officiating visitation will follow the service.

In lieu of flowers please donate to Episcopal Relief & Development or the Tabitha Isner campaign. Pat and his family urge you to vote for the candidates of your choice on November 6!

Services

  • Celebration of Life Saturday, September 8, 2018
REMEMBERING

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Tabitha Isner

September 7, 2018

Paddy has been an incredible source of joy, laughter, and support for as long as I've known him. He and Kathy were there to support me when I announced my candidacy at an outdoor park on the day of Hurricane Nate. They were there sweating during long days of knocking on doors and making friends during noisy evenings of phone banking. They were there introducing me to neighbors when I visited the Prattville Concert series and when I met with volunteers at Panera. They were there to celebrate with me when I won the primary and I had assumed they would be by my side at my victory party in November. Paddy wasn't content to let the world happen to him. He was determined to change the course of history. And he loved to combine his passions so he held a fundraiser for me at Buck's Place with music from Cotton Bird Duo. He also posted about my campaign (and many others) hundreds of times on Facebook, a place where he had quickly become iconic. He was just so excited (online and in person) to share his passion for democracy. I couldn't be more grateful for the short time that I got to know him and be loved by him. It's hard to imagine life without him, so my heart goes out to you, Kathy. I can only imagine the depths of your loss.

Gerry Borland

September 7, 2018

Pat was always so friendly and helpful. I truly enjoyed working with him and got a kick out of his jokes. My thoughts and prayers are with his family in their time of sorrow. You are missed Pat!

Tony Byrd

September 7, 2018

Pat was great to work with and always had a smile. Praying God will comfort you during this time of need.

Anthony Mello

September 7, 2018

I remember working with PAT back in the late 90's when I was just a SRA. He always treated everyone with kindness and respect. He was a great guy. May God be with his family during this time.

Greg Gardner

September 6, 2018

Pat inspired me to be a better person, I am sorry for your loss . My hope is that you can take solace in the fact that his was a life well lived.

Phil Fleming

September 5, 2018

Pat was one of my best friends and opened his home to me when I was alone.
He was a kind gentle soul and one heckuva great cook. He loved to cook and was a "Madman" in the kitchen.
He was a very devout Christian and I know he is with the Lord.

Laurie O'Brien

September 4, 2018

The Quinn Family.
I am so sorry for the loss of your beloved "Pat", a wonderful man, friend, son, husband, father and grandfather.
Kathy, my heart and prayers are with you and your family.
de Colores, Laurie O'Brien
Also with deepest heartfelt sympathy, Wini O'Brien, John Allegro, Alex Hernandez, Michael Hernandez




FROM THE FAMILY