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Charles E. "Chuck" Quinn, Sr.

Born: 1936     Died: 2015

Charles E.

Charles E. “Chuck” Quinn, Sr. Age 78, died Saturday surrounded by his loving family. Loving husband and best friend for 56 years to Patricia “Patt” nee Lynch. Loving father of Christine (Chuck) Binelli and Charles E. “Chuck” Jr. (Laura) Quinn. Proud grandpa of Erica and Tori Binelli; John O’Reilly; Samantha, Alexandra, Ryan and Charles Quinn; Chris, Alexander and Mackenzie Kacich. Dear brother of Terese (late Jack) O’Keefe, Joan (Bernard) Kelly, Ruth (Jim) Pauly and the late John (late Marlene) Quinn and the late Josephine (late Jack) Schuler. Fond brother-in-law of Don (Jan) Lynch and the late Lauretta (late Michael) Shaughnessy. Loving uncle of many nieces and nephews. Funeral Wednesday 9:30 A.M. from The Brady-Gill Funeral Home 16600 S. Oak Park Ave. Tinley Park to St. George Church. Mass 10:00 A.M. Interment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Visitation Tuesday 3-9 P.M. Member of Operating Engineers Local #150. In lieu of flowers, masses preferred. 708-614-9900 or


June 23, 2015  3:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Brady-Gill, Tinley Park   -   Map
16600 S. Oak Park Ave.
Tinley Park


June 24, 2015
Mass 10:00 am
St. George Church, Tinley Park, IL

Final Disposition:

Holy Sepulchre Cemetery
Alsip, IL



Felicia DePyper 06-23-2015 11:53

Chuck, Laura, John, Sam, Alex, Charlie and Ryan Sending our deepest condolences to you on the loss of your Dad and Papa. May the peace be with you during this sad time... Power of Prayer! God Bless!

The DePyper's

Christine Schuler Le 06-23-2015 09:34

Although the years have passed without being part of Uncle Chuck's life, I remember him as a fun loving uncle who could always make us laugh. My condolences to Aunt Patt and the immediate family, my Aunts, Uncles and the rest of the Quinn clan on the loss.

Charles M Quinn 06-22-2015 22:45

There's a million things I could day about papa how loving he was how he laid the foundation for our family that will be passed on forever I'll never forget walking into his house and him saying how's my guy or when he'd playfully shaken his fist at us he fought for so long and so hard I'm so glad he is finally at peace surrounded by loved ones who passed before him it's not goodbye papa it's see you someday soon not a day will go by that I don't think about you or miss you this is a pain that will always be felt I love you so much papa thanks for being the best papa anyone could ask for and for giving me such a great dad I'm forever grateful for you rest easy up there and don't worry about grandma we will take care of her she's a tough one I love you papa

Leanne Richardson 06-22-2015 19:28

Thank you, Papa Chuck, for being a Good Man. I'll never know you as well as I would like to, but it was an honor to have met you. I'm sure there are so many aspects to your legacy, but the one I am aware of is your Son. Knowing him has been a blessing; seeing him, even in his times of pain and turmoil, knowing that he had you as a guide--it's been inspirational. Thank you for being a Good Man, one that your children and all of us can look up to and use as a guide, an example. The World is worse for your absence, but I am confident that you will send us messages to guide our way. (And I'm sure my Da, a Flaherty once-removed, will have a refreshment ready to welcome you Home.)

Jim Mary Koerner 06-21-2015 18:18

Thank you


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