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Veronica Quinn

"Vee"

Veronica Quinn

(1929 – 2007)

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Veronica Quinn

Veronica Quinn
(1929 – 2007)

In memory of

Veronica Quinn

(1929 – 2007)
About Veronica
Vera was born in St. Helens, and was one of ten children (4 girls and 6 boys). Mother Mary Katherine Mee and Father William McGuire.
Vera married Stephen Quinn on 22nd March 1958 at St Mary's Lowe House Church.
Vera had 4 children of her own. First Daughter Mary Laraine, second daughter Ellen Marie, then third daughter Stephanie who died in infancy and lastly son Stephen.
Vera was a devoted Mum to Laraine, Marie and Stephen & "Nanny V" to Rebecca, Johnathan, Holly & Brad, and a beloved great "Nanny V" to Shannon & Josh.
Vera was never the same after the death of her beloved husband Stephen in June 2001.
Vera we love and miss you everyday and wish we could hold you one more time...
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Veronica Quinn

Vera was born in St. Helens, and was one of ten children (4 girls and 6 boys). Mother Mary Katherine Mee and Father William McGuire.
Vera married Stephen Quinn on 22nd March 1958 at St Mary's Lowe House Church.
Vera had 4 children of her own. First Daughter Mary Laraine, second daughter Ellen Marie, then third daughter Stephanie who died in infancy and lastly son Stephen.
Vera was a devoted Mum to Laraine, Marie and Stephen & "Nanny V" to Rebecca, Johnathan, Holly & Brad, and a beloved great "Nanny V" to Shannon & Josh.
Vera was never the same after the death of her beloved husband Stephen in June 2001.
Vera we love and miss you everyday and wish we could hold you one more time...

Veronica Quinn is remembered by...
Johnathan Prescott
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Rest in peace Veronica
I first met Veronica at ****
My sincere condolences to all friends and family of Veronica
My fondest memory of Veronica was ****
Veronica used to really enjoy ****
What I will miss the most about Veronica is ****
Veronica inspired me to ****
Veronica changed my life by ****
If I had to sum up what Veronica meant to me it would be ****
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