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Jessie Cullin Quinn, 84

Jessie Cullin Quinn, 84, was called home by The Good Lord on January 24, 2021. He was born March 26, 1936 in Wheeler, Mississippi to Ed Quinn and Lula Price.

Jessie is preceded in death by his wife Ida Quinn; Jessie Dan Edward Quinn; Billy Ray Quinn; Ricky Quinn; Birdy Anne; Dorothy Young; and Florence Weaver.

Jessie is survived by his children Carolyn Diane Kordiak, Jeannette Mitchell, and Vida Kay Quinn; grandchildren Tina Hamby, Cory Eddings, Chasity, Billy Ray, Jessica, Jessie Quinn, Jessie David Kordiak, Laurie, Vida, Angie, Rosie, and Lisa; a host of great grandbabies and then some; siblings Jetty Mae, James Cole and Betty Cole.

Jessie’s family would like to Thank the staff at Cabot Rehab as well as the staff of Baptist Springhill for their care and support of Jessie and the family during this difficult time.

Arrangements entrusted to A Natural State Funeral Service, 2620 West Main Street, Jacksonville, Arkansas 72076. 501-982-3400

6 Comments

  • Rose Anderson Posted January 27, 2021 6:16 PM

    Loved so much by so many!❤️

  • Angie Adams Posted January 27, 2021 6:39 PM

    Rest in peace Grandpa.

  • Jesse Danedward Quinn Posted January 28, 2021 5:36 PM

    I wish we could’ve had gotten to know you better, I don’t even know who your parents were. You have got one of hardest ancestry look ups that ever could be. Your with my father now in heaven and don’t think I’m not going to bother you when I get there.🙂 so until then rest in peace with love and thanks for the name it looks good on me!love ya gramps

  • Jesse Danedward Quinn Posted January 28, 2021 5:37 PM

    I’ll never forget gramma telling me that in his day nobody could whoop him! Pricless

  • Jesse Danedward Quinn Posted January 28, 2021 5:38 PM

    I’ll never forget grampa telling me that in his day nobody could whoop him! Pricless

  • Tina Hamby Posted February 4, 2021 2:48 PM

    One of my fondest memories, when I was at Peacocks working is not what you would call it, he liked his coffee as thick as the oil in those cars, somedays you couldnt tell them a part, I would get tools coffee and he would teach me how to master solitare…. I miss you grandpa , lots of love please tell everyone up there Ill see them again someday!!!

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