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June G. Quinn

June George Quinn, 86, of New Market, Va., passed away to be with her Lord at her home at Shenandoah Place on Monday, June 16, 2014.


Mrs. Quinn was born April 3, 1928, in Pittsburgh, Pa., and was the daughter of Brooks T. George and Mary Jarvis.


She grew up in Belington, W.Va., and graduated from Belington High School in 1945.


June was married in 1949 to Solomon F. Quinn, a 30-year career FBI agent, who passed away in 2003. She was a beloved wife and mother of two sons and grandmother of four.


June was well known for her talent in remodeling homes and refinishing antique furniture. The Quinns’ houses in Rumson, N.J., Mount Jackson, Va., and New Market, Va., were a tribute to the talent and devotion of a wonderful wife and mother.


She is survived by her son, Michael Quinn; his wife, Froncie; their two daughters, Sarah and Elizabeth, as well as by her son, Charles Quinn; his son, Martin and daughter, Karen.


A service celebrating the life of June will be held at Manor Memorial United Methodist Church in New Market at 10 a.m. Saturday, July 19, 2014. She will be laid to rest at a later date in the family’s gravesite near her beloved West Virginia home of Belington.


Those wishing to may make a donation to the good work being done by June’s granddaughter, Sarah, at AAC.org, AIDS ACTION COMMITTEE, 75 Amory St., Boston, MA 02119.


Theis Funeral Chapel in New Market is handling arrangements.

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