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William Grady Quinn

William Grady Quinn, 85 of Trinidad, TX passed away on June 12, 2016 in Dallas, TX. Grady was born on September 1, 1930 in Kerens, TX to Johnny and Doris Quinn. He lived most of his life in Trinidad. He served our country in the Army. He was an active member of the Trinidad VFW Post. Grady is survived by his daughters Denise Miller and husband Jim, and Debbie Stevens, brothers; George Allen Quinn and Billy Ray and wife Pat Quinn, sister; Robbie "RJ" Bradley Pourbahrami and husband Alex, special friend Royce Heickman, and many nieces and nephews. He is also survived by two grandchildren Tammie Mason and husband Ron, and Landon Stevens, three great grandchildren, and two great great-grandchild. Visitation for Mr. Quinn will be Wednesday, June 15 from 6-8 PM at Huckabee-Tomlinson Funeral Home, Malakoff, TX. Service will be Thursday, June 16 at 5:00 PM at Huckabee-Tomlinson Funeral Home with Chris Quinn and Tavon Pourbahrami officiating the service. Pallbearers will be Garrett Spradling, James Paul Matlock, David Ray Quinn, Chris Quinn, Tavon Pourbahrami, and Johnny Matlock II. Honorary pallbearers will be his fishing buddies and VFW buddies. Interment will be in the Trinidad Cemetery.


JUN 15. 06:00 PM - 08:00 PM Huckabee/Tomlinson - Malakoff, TX TX, US


Trinidad Trinidad, TX,

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Tavon, you made me cry when I read you words. I know he loved you and you loved him. I am so glad the two of you shared time together. Mom

Sister Robbie Jun 16 2016 12:00 AM

A candle was lit in memory of William Quinn

Sister Robbie " RJ Bradley" Jun 16 2016 12:00 AM

Too many great memories with uncle Grady. He was always more of a grandfather to me. He taught me how to shoot, fish, farm, clean a fish, talk to girls, drive a truck, build a boat, live off what you grow, he forced me to dance with any and every woman who asked at the VFW, he taught me to wake up before dawn and put in a hard days work. He taught me if you want to go somewhere all you need is a dependable truck, a pop up trailer, and good company. My summers with Grady are some of the best times of my life. I love and miss you. Thank you

Tavon Pourbahrami Jun 15 2016 12:00 AM

Wish I would have stayed in contact with Grady more. Him and my daddy were best friends and I had lost my daddy in 1983 and the families drifted apart and went on about their on life's, but have wish many many times that we would have stayed in contact with him. My mother often thought of Grady as her and my dad were all close at one time and they even shared owning a gas station together at one time. I spent a many of times with this family and even went on a vacation with them many years ago. To his family I am truly sorry for your lost and hope soon we can all get together for a visit and reminisce the old times. My mother Sis and Larry sends their heartfelt condolences and we send or love to each of you Algie, Debbie and Denise.

Vicki Turner Arnold Jun 15 2016 12:00 AM

Jim & Denise Miller, Debbie Stevens & Family purchased the Yellow & White Sympathy Floor Basket for the family of William Grady Quinn.

Jim & Denise Miller, Debbie Stevens & Family Jun 15 2016 12:00 AM

Cindy, you made me laugh. He took me to see Fritz as well. The sportatorium was definitely something different for a little girl. Thank you for sharing.

Denise Miller Jun 15 2016 12:00 AM

Thank you James Paul for posting this picture. We couldn't find any from his pics. Also, thank you for being a pallbearer.

Denise Miller Jun 15 2016 12:00 AM

A candle was lit in memory of William Quinn

Vicki Turner Arnold Jun 15 2016 12:00 AM

Floor Plant for Sympathy was purchased for the family of William Grady Quinn.

Anonymous Jun 14 2016 12:00 AM

Uncle Grady took me to my first wrestling match to see Fritz Von Erick when I was a little girl. We loved watching it together. He also took me to see Jaws & we spent many Saturday nights at Thunderbird Speedway and countless Friday night fish fries at mom & dad's. He was very special to me and he will be missed but I have no doubt he's happy to be with his parents, sister, brother, and countless loved ones now. Love to my uncles, aunt, Royce, cousins, and all who mourn his passing. Cindy

Cindy Matlock White Jun 14 2016 12:00 AM

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