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James Isaac Quinn

March 21, 1969July 30, 2018

James Isaac Quinn was born on March 21, 1969 and passed away on July 30, 2018

Services

  • Memorial Service Saturday, August 11, 2018
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James Isaac Quinn

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David William

August 7, 2018

I fist met Isaac at work That's when I knew I had to get know this individual and my suspicions were right Isaac was a very intelligent individual with tons of Charisma. We injoyed camping trips With the families and all nighter fishing trips together and those were some of the fondest memories I have ever have encountered. I can't believe I have to wait for another fishing trip with the ice man But i would wait an eternity For another one . I will miss you more than most will know my friend. May you rest in peace you are now with my son Daniel and I hope you will look after him till we meet Again. When my time comes I hope you are there to greet me because that will be icing on the cake. I will never ever forget you my friend. Expecially that Laugh that will echo with me till the end of time. Till we meet Again Much love and respect William.

Jeannie Benavente

August 4, 2018

I met Isaac in the mid-70s when we were little bitties. Some people’s character traits change over the years. (I was a super shy kid, for example, but now I don’t have a shy bone, lol) . . . Isaac maintained his character traits. To me, his sparkley blue eyes and impish grin were his trademarks. A lot of “hot guys” put on a “cool act.” Isaac didn’t seem to know how handsome he was. Since I was shy as a kid, I really appreciated and remember still how sweet and funny he was, even though I was too shy to engage. I would giggle and look away in class or pretend to be mad and run away on the playground. As we got older, he still greeted people with that same eye contact and that same genuine grin. When we carpooled with Becky in college, he would chit-chat on the way, tell us about his rowdy weekend party stories, always insisted on sitting in the back seat and opened the car door. Isaac was the epitome of that Maya Angelou quote, “People may forget what you say or do, but they will never forget how you made them feel.” Isaac made people feel good. Souls, especially sweet ones, are eternal. . . RIP Isaac xoxo

FROM THE FAMILY