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In Memory of

Robert Edward Quarry

July 17, 1934 - September 7, 2017

Obituary


Robert Edward Quarry Sr., Born July 17, 1934 a powerful year for many who survived such a year. My Grandfather would often tell me of the mafia stories related to Al Capone, and how he, and his family survived the depression. Hitler just began his rain in Germany, and Franklin D. Roosevelt was the United States President. My Grandfather is what you would call a true patriotic American. His love for eagles, and the American flag could be seen all over his home. He was born in Tennessee, and make no mistake he was a...

Robert Edward Quarry Sr., Born July 17, 1934 a powerful year for many who survived such a year. My Grandfather would often tell me of the mafia stories related to Al Capone, and how he, and his family survived the depression. Hitler just began his rain in Germany, and Franklin D. Roosevelt was the United States President. My Grandfather is what you would call a true patriotic American. His love for eagles, and the American flag could be seen all over his home. He was born in Tennessee, and make no mistake he was a true country boy. My mother Brendamae would tell stories of how my grandpa dressed up as Santa Clause during the holiday season, and he would pretend he was in fact Santa. My Grandfather was a fairly tall man, and he had some size behind him with strong bold shoulders, but make no mistake this grizzly country boy was the sweetest, and kindest ladies man you could ever meet. He was all about respect, and authenticity. I am not surprised he was able to capture the heart of my beautiful Grandmother Shirley Lee (Cannoles) Quarry who was born September 7th, 1937. My Grandma Shirley had passed away September 9th, 1985 leaving my Grandfather behind with a grieving heart. However the unimaginable happened that no one could foresee. Thirty Two years in the making my Grandfather rejoined my Grandma Shirley on her birthday. No one has an explanation for this other than they truly were kindle spirits, and Grandma was on the other side waiting to rejoin my Grandfather in marriage. What makes this so much more powerful were the signs from the spiritual world. The bizarre text messages no one can explain that read "Mom," and that was it. No one making these text messages, and the fact the text message was made during airplane mode during my Aunt Sherry's flight back into Oregon. Then the undeniable beauty of prophecy; when my mother, and two aunts all woke up at the same time in the morning in three different states with a powerful vision. "Dad is waiting to go home with Mom on Mom's birthday." My Grandfather leaves behind.... Four beautiful children Robert Edward Quarry Jr, Sherry Lynn Quarry, Laurine Ann Quarry, and Brendamae (Quarry-Bower) Stinson and her husband Jay G. Stinson; And his five Grandchildren...... Dustin Harrison Bower, and daughter-in-law Valerie Bower, Austin Edward Bower of which Austin inherited his Grandfathers middle name, Justin Roger Bower, Pierce Logan Bower, Drue Lauryn Bower, Tyler Jay Stinson, Ryan Thomas Stinson, and Spencer Daniel Stinson and his four Great Grandchildren.... Jude Harrison Bower, Landon Jeffery Bower, Tra'von Alexander Noble- Bower, and Desmond James Bower. Our Father, and Grandfather will be forever missed. Robert Edward Quarry Sr. was a funny sweet man who cared for others deeply. He knew Jesus, and he was a faithful steward to our Lord, and Savior. I had a wonderful connection with my Grandfather as a child, and he will always have a place in my heart. Signing Out-
Austin Edward Bower

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