Mark H. Quinn

Aug 3 1957
Nov 16 2018
61 Years
Goodville, Pennsylvania

Mark H. Quinn, 61, of Goodville, PA.  passed on November 16, 2018 at the Coatesville VAMC. Husband of Christine Quinn. Born in Coatesville he was the son of the late James M. Quinn Jr. and Thelma J Schroder Quinn. 

Survived, in addition to his wife, by two daughters; Jennifer Edinger and fiance Joel Cummings of Honey Brook and Kelly Fuller and husband Joe of Coatesville, PA, step children  Jesse Tietz and wife Stephanie of Denver, PA and John Tietz and wife Kelsie of Richlandtown, PA, brothers  Martin J. Quinn (Donna) and Michael V. Quinn (Barbara) both of Coatesville, PA and six grandchildren; Ben and Cole Fuller, Kyle Boyle, RJ Edinger and Nathan and Hailey Tietz. Preceded in death by one sister Cheryl Loomis.

He was a member of Petra Church and worked for Reynolds Metals and Alcoa in Downingtown for over 25 years. Lifetime member of West End Fire Company. Mark served in the United States Marine Corps from 1975 to 1981 when he received his honorable discharge as a CPL. 

Funeral services will be held on Monday, November 26, 2018 at 11 AM at the Wilde Funeral Home, 434 Main St. Parkesburg, PA followed by interment at the Hephzibah Baptist Cemetery. Family and friends are invited to attend the viewing on Sunday evening, November 25, 2018 from 6 - 8 PM at the Petra Church, 565 Airport Rd, New Holland, PA and also Monday morning at the funeral home from 10 - 11 AM.

In Lieu of flowers donations can be made in remembrance of Mark to the “PA Hero Walk.” Please use the following link to access their website for online donations:

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Service Date: 
Nov 26 2018 - 11:00am
Service Location: 
Wilde Funeral Home


Mark was a nice guy, I worked with him at Reynolds metal , sorry for the bad news, praying for his family. R.I.P my friend 

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Sorry to hear of the passing of Mark.  I know he suffered for many years and now at Peace.  I worked with Mark at Reynolds and Alcoa  for many years.  Mark was always ready to help others with problems at work.  He was a cheerful and kind man to be around.  Will always remember our talks and laughs, and the good worker that he was.  My wife, Doris,  knew Mark's Mother, Thelma, and Mark was very much like his mother and had her personality.  May God give Mark's Wife, Children and extended Family,  Strength, Hope and Comfort them during this time of sorrow.  You are all in our thoughts and Prayers.  Take  Care and God Bless.

Our Love,

Barry and Doris Aberts 


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I am sorry for your loss Jen. You treated him well. Cherish all of the memories.

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Very sorry to hear of Mark’s passing.  Grew up on Valley Road with him.  Always a very good hearted person.  Praying for the family.  Doug Warren


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Mark and I worked at Reynolds, Alcoa, and serviced the Members of our Union together, Mark was a hard worker and a strong Union Representative.

He will truly be missed by all who new him and our Family at Reynolds/Alcoa.

Please accept my deepest condolences on your loss.

Jimmie T. Nolan

International Representative USW Retired. 

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