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Henry Lewis Quinn

Evans, GA – Henry Lewis Quinn, 62, husband of Joy Phillips Quinn, entered into rest Monday, June 25, 2018, at his residence.

Funeral services will be held Friday, June 29, 2018, at 2:00 PM from Wesley United Methodist Church with Reverend Greg Porterfield, The Reverend Doctor John Brown, Reverend Doctor Adam Hilderbrandt, Reverend David Blackwood, and Reverend Susan Gilbert officiating.

Interment will follow in Bellevue Memorial Gardens.

Mr. Quinn, son of the late Augustine Statham Quinn, Jr., and Lois Debus Quinn, was born in Atlanta, and was an educator for 30 years. A member of Wesley United Methodist Church, he served as Chairman of the Church Council. He was also a member of the Cornerstone Sunday School Class, serving as its president. He was a NASA Historian, an avid fan of the Moody Blues, and a surrogate dad to his nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by his brother, Lorenz “Larry” Quinn, Sr.

In addition to his wife he is survived by his fur babies, Hannah, Kenzie, and Keeva; his brothers, Augustine Statham Quinn, III, of Martinez, and William DuBose Quinn, of Evans; and several nieces and nephews.
Pallbearers will be Sonny Quinn, Bill Quinn, Loren Quinn, Guy Quinn, Jason Enelow, Mike Sugg, T.J. Byrd, and Brian Shelt.

Honorary pallbearers will be members of the Cornerstone Sunday School Class.

In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to Wesley United Methodist Church, 825 North Belair Rd, Evans, GA 30809.

The family will receive friends Friday, June 29, 2018, from 1:00 PM until the hour of service at the church.

Chance & Hydrick Funeral Directors, 2502 Richmond Hill Road, Augusta, GA, 30906.

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9 responses to “Henry Lewis Quinn”

  1. Henry and Joy were our best friends. Henry and my love for space made us brethren forever. We could not be devastated by his passing if it had been one of us. Joy will remain our friend forever, and Henry will forever be in our hearts. Pat and Alan Parrish.

  2. My first cousin, Henry Quinn, was an exceptional Christian man. He demonstrated his faith in Jesus Christ by giving of himself to others and by his encouraging words. When I think of all the lives he touched and influenced for good and for Christ—his students, his friends, his church, and his family—, I rejoice because I know he has an eternal reward that will never fade away.

    I will always remember the family reunions Henry and Joy hosted with Henry making the children feel so special with his gifts from the Christmas tree for each one. He had the best wife I could imagine to help him in this. Joy was a gift from God to Henry, and she meant so much to him. I will never forget his kindness to me and his “Hey Soph” greeting that made me feel so loved.

    Our family has lost a treasure. May we all follow Henry’s example to us to love, honor, and serve each other.

  3. Jeff and I both thought so much of Henry! I’m so sorry for your sorrow in the loss of your great love! May you find Peace that Passes All Understanding in the coming days!!! Much love!

  4. Prayers for this wonderful special couple at Wesley !! Praying for you Joy ??? So sorry John and I can’t be there. We had a family member pass away. We continue to lift you and your family in prayer to our Lord Jesus. ?

  5. I am so sorry to learn of Henry’s passing. My sympathy to Joy, their fur babies, and all of their family in their loss. He was a wonderful, caring person and teacher who inspired many and will be missed by many.

  6. Joy we wanted to let you know how very sorry we are to hear about Henry. He was an absolute pleasure to see his smiling face in the hall at church, always had a joke to tell us. We enjoyed all our years together with you two in Open Door and all our fun parties. Much love, Michael and Candace Willis

  7. I will never forget those first years of my teaching career and the friendships that started then with Henry, Amy and Pam. The abundant laughter that happened whenever we were together, the sharing of school stresses and just the joy of it all. Henry was a truly good and kind man, an amazing, enthusiastic and effective educator, a truly loving and supportive husband, and the legacies he leaves here because of all these great qualities are endless. I am so sad and so sorry for his loss, but I give praise and thanksgiving to God that he lived and that I had the joy of knowing him and calling him my friend.

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