Thanks to everyone for posting flowers and notes to my memorials especially my Son !
I haven’t been posting much for the past four years due to lack of time and really not feeling up to it!
I have been helping my baby daughter in her battle with
Stage four Colon Cancer, her husband passed on about six years ago and she has a daughter 14 and one 16 !
But she has fought hard with the cancer but the cancer is winning! Admitted her to hospice today ! Will post more later
Thanks to everyone for visiting my memorials and leaving tokens and notes
In the quiet of the evening we sit and think of you, I open up my memory book, of the things we used to do, and as we turn the pages, our eyes are filled with tears, for, although we have our memories, we can't hold back the years~
My Son - Timothy Quinn
My Sister Lois Quinn Weathers Graduated Oct 13.2015
My Sister Jean Quinn Clippard Graduated Feb 17,2012
My Dad - G.R.Quinn
My-Mom - Pearl Quinn
FLOWERS ARE DEEPLY APPRECIATED !
"God Gave,He Took,He will Restore,God doeth all things well"
(Psalm 34:18) Be sure and share your memories with those who surround you , for the memories shared are the ones most truly cherished.
Please do not use any of my personal photo's anywhere where else. You can use the cemetery headstone photo's as long as I am credited for it
If I have created a memorial that is someone you are related to,I will transfer to you unless my relationship is closer then yours
Robin Quinn Teahl, age 41 was called home on September 8, 2018 at Wayne T. Patrick Hospice House after a 4 year battle with colon cancer.
Robin was born April 30, 1977 in Charlotte, NC to Clayton Quinn of Gastonia, NC and Peggy Quinn of Pineville, NC. Robin was preceded in death by her brother Timothy Edward Quinn and the father of her children Les Teahl III.
She is survived by her much cherished and loving daughters Brianna Alexis Teahl (16) and Lily Marie Teahl 14) of Rock Hill, her father Clayton Quinn, mother Peggy Quinn, sister Christie Young of Rock Hill, niece Sydney Young and many many aunts, uncles, cousins and friends
Robin thoroughly enjoyed being a hair stylist and loved making people happy., She opened her doors to anyone in need and never said no.
She will be missed by all who loved her.
Special thanks to Steve Cobb, her best friend for over 20 years for his devotion and care.
A memorial service will be at 2:00 p.m. Sunday, September 16, 2018 at M.L. Ford & Sons Funeral Home, 4820 Charlotte Hwy., Lake Wylie, SC 29710
In lieu of flowers a special fund is set up to help pay for Robins medical bills as well as the children’s upbringing, education and guardianship. You can donate through www.gofundme.com/robin-quinn-teahl
Donations may be made to: