Richard J. Quint

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Richard J. Quint, age 87, a Korean War Veteran, passed away Sunday, January 17,2016.

Beloved husband of Elaine (nee-Voss). Loving father of Linda Sangrik (George), Richard N. Quint (Lauren) and Neil Quint (Anita).

Cherished grandfather of Rick Quint (Kandi), Kristin Girard (Eric), Lindsey McMasters (Frank) and Matt Quint.

Loving great grandpa of Ella, Keira, Chase, Jared, Mason and Logan. Dear brother of Jack Quint (Agnes).

Memorial Service on Saturday, January 30, 2016 at 12:00 P.M with visitation one hour prior to the service at Divinity Lutheran Church 11877 Blossom Blvd. Parma Heights.

Interment at a later date at the Ohio Western Reserve National Cemetery.


27 Tributes to Richard J. Quint

  1. Jon Jon, Laurie & DJ Molnar says:

    To the Quint family,

    It was an honor to be a part of Dick’s life. He smile, laugh and demeanor will never be forgotten. Rest In Peace. Prayers and hugs to the family at this difficult time.

  2. Marvin and Vivian Lee says:

    Our condolence and sympathy are with you ,Elaine and all of your family and your friends,also. We know this is a difficult time for all. We appreciated Dick’s and your friendship very much over the many years. He was always there with a wave or a greeting whenever we arrived or stopped by or on our way down to the lake. We will miss him too,with his cheery smile for all. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. Marvin and Vivian Lee

  3. Debbie komarek says:

    The world has lost a kind, gentle,wonderful man who fought to live till the end!
    No more suffering your in the gates of heaven .. Peace an happiness
    God Bless till we meet again.

  4. Thomas McNamara says:

    My condolonces to the Quint family you all are in my prayers and thoughts. you truly are a Wonderful Family

  5. Mike Cool says:

    We will all miss you Dick! I will always remember you and your smile!

  6. Sue McMasters says:

    I will miss Him so much at all the gatherings. Such a wonderful Man. He all ways gave me a wink and smiled at me. I Love Him so much. He was so kind and giving. He was Very Good to My Family and to My Son Frank. My family all thought of him as a very kind Loving Man. May He be a Peace until we all meet him one Day.Love to all from Frank and Sue McMasters

    • Neil Quint says:

      Thank You Sue & Frank your kind words are greatly appreciated and his bond with your son was very strong they even had there own elbow five when my dads shoulder was bad

  7. Lindsey McMasters says:

    There are no words that can describe how much you meant to our family. I appreciate all of the love and support that you gave me throughout my life. I was so lucky to have such a kind and loving man as my grandfather. You were always there for us and we will cherish those memories throughout our life. You expressed the same love that you showed me throughout my life to my boys. They loved you very much! Thank you again for all that you did for me, I love you so very much!
    Love always,

  8. Robert Ladd says:

    Dick I will always remember your hospitality and love of life. You where a good man .So many family get together s at your place over the years and so many memories. Rest in peace Uncle Dick.

  9. Tim and Teddy Miller says:

    I remember him as a gentle man….that just kept going…….I think he thought he was still 21…….and he was a reader…..he always sat in the sun and read a book……I will miss checking on him……now he can check on me……My prayers are with you and your family…..Teddy and Tim

    • Neil Quint says:

      he loved sitting in the sun and reading thank you for helping them out at Y Condo it is greatly appreciated

  10. Marianne Wesolowski says:

    With my deepest and heartfelt sympathy for your loss. Dick was such a kind and wonderful man and made me feel like a part of the family. I will always remember his smile and the twinkle in his eye. You are all in my thoughts and prayers. Love, Marianne

  11. Madeline Brezina says:

    Our heartfelt condolences on your loss. Cherish the memories.
    He will be greatly missed by all.
    With sympathies from
    Madeline and Gary BREZINA

  12. Niki and Bill Laube says:

    We are so sorry for your loss. I am glad that we had the chance to be with you guys last summer. We loved all Dick’s stories about the park and his encouragement about the future.

    Niki and Bill Laube

  13. Larisa and Everett Haworth says:

    God Bless Mr. Quint. You will be missed.

  14. Linda says:

    What an honor and privilege it has been to help Dad, as he had helped us throughout our lives.

    All of us know Dad’s struggles the past several months and how he remained determine to walk without a walker and maintain his own dependence. His mind was strong except for an occasional lapse in thoughts. The Thursday, before he left for the nursing home, I helped him get dressed, we were sitting on his bed together and Dad asked me in a whisper “Where is your father?” I put my arms around him, held him close and answered “Dad you’re my father.”

    Since Dad passed, a floodgate of memories has opened. The list of family vacations and activities grows longer as time passes and all centered around family. Our experiences instilled in all of us the importance of family. Even though family dynamics have changed, the importance of being together is still there.

    I never did miss an opportunity to tell Dad I loved him and I still do. Please never pass up the opportunity to let those you care about how much you love them.
    So in want to let my family know that I love and care for all of them and…..

    I miss you and love you Dad!

  15. Jon Hoyer says:

    I will always remember your Dad’s sense of humor, and his inimitable laugh. There’s basically two types of people in this world, the ones you love to see coming, and the ones you love to see going, and Dick was definitely in the former category! He always (to me) had a mischievous twinkle in his eye, as if to inform you that if you were agreeable and went with the program, he was going to let you in on his little secret. Gatherings at his house were unforgettable, and that’s how I want to remember him. The fact that he lived and breathed changed the trajectory of so many other people’s lives for the better, and he will be remembered fondly as not just a family man or a gregarious man, but a man of faith who deep down loved his family and friends intensely and sincerely. My condolences to Elaine, Linda, Rick, Neil, all your spouses, and your children as well. Peace and joy to all of you, as we will see him again at the Resurrection.

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