Mary Elizabeth Quinn

  • Born: November 25, 1932
  • Died: March 19, 2020
  • Location: Cleveland, Ohio

Busch Funeral and Crematory Services

7501 Ridge Road
Parma, OH 44129

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Tel. (440) 842-7800

Tribute & Message From The Family


Loving Mother, Grandmother and Great-Grandmother

Mary Elizabeth Quinn (nee Nolan) age 87. Beloved wife of the late William Quinn, Jr. Loving mother of Cheryl Mills-Urbach (Gary), Julie Mull (Frank Mrozek), Laurel Dawson (Jim), and the late William Quinn III; beloved grandmother of 8 surviving and one deceased, and great-grandmother of 9. US Army Veteran. Private service at Busch Funeral Home and private burial at Brooklyn Heights Cemetery. (216) 741-7700 www.buschcares.com


Condolence & Memory Journal

❤Mom was 42 here. Beautiful face
And beautiful soul. I still can't believe you're
Gone. Like you always tell me....
I love you Always & Forever❤

Posted by Julie Mull - Fairview Park, OH - Daughter   March 26, 2020

To the best mother in the world.
You are greatly missed, I will miss talking to you about your day current events.
your favorite shows Jeopardy and Price is Right along with the English mysteries that we would stay up late and watch and you would fall asleep and asked what happened every time.
You were my shopping buddy you taught me how to be a good shopper and how to find the bargains.
I am so blessed to say you are my mom you are a wonderful lady the world is much more solemn without you.
Soar with the eagles you are now free until we meet again.
All my love ..

Posted by Cheryl Mills-Urbach - Palm Bay, FL   March 25, 2020

I miss you so much. I love you always and forever!

Posted by Julie Mull - Daughter   March 24, 2020

Grandma thank you for making my childhood special. You never forgot anyone birthday or holidays. You were everything a grandmother sure have been. You loved your hard candy and you always had a swing or rocker. I always enjoyed are talks though out the years. You we be missed.

Posted by Jeff mull - Grandchild   March 24, 2020

Grandma, you were always enthusiastic about life! You loved beating everyone else at Bingo, having talks, answering all the questions right on Jeopardy!, playing Pinochle, and shopping for the best deal! Grandma, there is no one like you. You really will be missed. I always loved you genuine enthusiasm over food, jewelry, and the color yellow. I am blessed to call you my grandmother. I can not wait till we meet again.

Posted by Kristin - FL   March 23, 2020

You meet a handful of people that truly make a lasting impression on your heart. My husband's grandmother was one of those amazing people. She always lit up every time my husband and our son and I would walk in. The bond my husband had with her was so special. She always made me feel like one of the family and that meant so much. She will be missed by many. My love and prayers go out to the whole family in this sad time. <3>

Posted by Erin Quinn - Rincon, GA - Family   March 22, 2020

Posted by David Dawson    March 22, 2020

Posted by David Dawson    March 22, 2020

My grandmother was an extraordinary women. She always made the best out of every situation she will be missed dearly. A piece of my heart is gone until we meet again.

Posted by Jonathan Quinn - Rincon, GA - Grandchild   March 21, 2020

Thanks for showing me that green peppers and rice cakes are surprisingly DELICIOUS! Love, your great granddaughter, Alia

Posted by Alia Watson - Palm Bay, FL   March 21, 2020

Always will be a Grandma's Girl and your Strawberry Ice Cream Sidekick!
Love you forever and always!

Posted by Jessica Maness - San Diego, CA - Grandchild   March 20, 2020


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Always will be a Grandma's Girl and your Strawberry Ice Cream Sidekick! Love you forever and always!
❤️Mom was 42 here. Beautiful face And beautiful soul. I still can’t believe you’re Gone. Like you always tell me.... I love you Always & Forever❤️