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Obituaries > QUADE, CHARLES J.

READING, Pa.—A tire blowout was blamed by State Police for a motor crash in which Charles J. Quade, 24, of Elizabeth, N.J., was killed on a rural Berks County road and two others injured. Quade died [August 3, 1947] in a hospital here about two hours after the car...

Obituaries > QUIGLEY, JOHN J.

Platoon Sgt. John J. Quigley, 27, reported missing [September 14, 1942], enlisted in the Marines eight years ago. He was born in Brooklyn and graduated from St. Thomas Parochial School. His parents are dead and he made his home with an aunt, Mrs. Marion Schwartz, at...

Obituaries > QUINN, JOSEPH F.

Joseph F. Quinn, who struggled from alcoholism to gain national renown as a director of two treatment programs for those with the same disease, died Sept. 5 [1995] at his Bel Air home. He was 73 and had emphysema. Mr. Quinn, who was sober for 33 years, served from...

Obituaries > QUINTANA, BENJAMIN A.

MERIDIAN — A Funeral Mass for Benjamin Alexander Quintana, Sr. will be held at St. Patrick Catholic Church, 2601 Davis Street, Meridian, MS at 12:30 p.m. on Wednesday. Interment will follow at the Mississippi State Veterans Memorial Cemetery, 248 Honor Circle, Newton,...

Obituaries > QUIRK, BRIAN J.

Brian J. Quirk Sr., a Marine veteran who never forgot the comrades he fought with in the Pacific during World War II, died on Memorial Day [May 31, 2010] in a nursing home in Des Plaines. Mr. Quirk, 88, had suffered from a brain tumor and symptoms of Alzheimer’s...