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Keith E. Quin

Farmington – Keith E. Quin, 91, of Farmington, passed away at 9:06 PM on Monday, November 9, 2020 at Farmington Country Manor. He was born on January 5, 1929 on the family farm in Cramer, IL to Earl W. and Nellie (Rogers) Quin. He married Peggy Chipman on October 8, 1950 in Farmington, IL, she preceded him in death in 1997.

 Keith was also preceded in death by his parents and one brother, Glen R. Quin.

 Surviving are two children, Bernie (Cindy) Quin of Peoria and Bonnie (Gary) Suydam of Farmington; five grandchildren, Seth Quin, Molly (Ryan) Hite, Betsy (Nic) Yemm, Caleb (Jenny) Suydam, and Jacob (Carissa) Suydam; and six great-grandchildren, Josiah Quin, Elijah Hite, Karah Quin, Piper Hite, Kennidy Yemm, Lucas Suydam, and one Suydam great-grandbaby on the way.

 Keith retired working in Inventory Control at OSF after 15 plus years and after his retirement he became a lay pastor. He also sold insurance for several years. Keith was a member of the First Presbyterian Church in Farmington, IL and the Farmington Lodge #192 A.F. & A.M. He was a long-time farmer and known for baking his famous pies.

 Keith was a sergeant operator for the United States Army where he built air strips in the Korean War.

 Private services will be held at Anderson-Sedgwick Funeral Home in Farmington, IL. Pastor Andy Sonneborn will officiate. Burial with military honors will be held at Oak Ridge Cemetery in Farmington, IL. Memorials can be made to the First Presbyterian Church in Farmington or the Farmington Rescue Squad 1100. To make online condolences you may go to www.sedgwickfuneralhomes.com

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8 Comments

  • Michael Threw

    Reply November 11, 2020 7:24 am

    Uncle Keith was a great man that will be missed by many.

  • Brenda Dilts

    Reply November 11, 2020 7:58 am

    My husband and I enjoyed meals with Keith at FCM. He was always pleasant and quick to smile. It is sad to lose a love one, however, the time came for him to leave this earthly life. Prayers of comfort to the family.

  • Patricia Welker

    Reply November 11, 2020 8:35 am

    We’ve lost another great man. I was lucky enough to enjoy several of Keith’s pies that he treated our Sunday School class with. He was a strong christian and we all know that he is now looking down on us from heaven and he is with his dear Peggy. Bye Keith and maybe I’ll see you again some day.

  • Karl & Paula Koy

    Reply November 12, 2020 8:54 am

    Dear Bernie & Cindy,
    We were saddened to learn of the loss of your father, Bernie. Our thoughts & prayers are with you both & your family. May our Lord wrap you in HIs arms & bless you with His comfort & peace; may He guide you in all the decisions ahead & guide you on your journey of grief. Friends in Christ, Karl & Paula

  • Hubert Schuman

    Reply November 12, 2020 8:54 pm

    Y0u Have our sympathy Bernie and Bonnie We feel fortunate to have known Keith all these years
    Hubert and Gisela

  • Pam Garner

    Reply November 13, 2020 8:44 am

    Bernie and Bonnie and your families,
    I have had the great pleasure of meeting your Dad several times over the years of our friendship. He was a warm caring man of great dignity and integrity. I see him in both of you and your families. He has left his spirit within each of you. I know you all will miss him, but I also know he has been received by his Savior with these words: “Well done, good and faithful servant”. With Love, Pam and Jim Garner

  • Roger Quin

    Reply November 14, 2020 4:10 pm

    Sorry I couldn’t make it to the funeral. Keith was such a nice guy. He did so many good things in his time here. I last saw him at my father’s funeral (Harold Quin). It was so good of him to be there. My dad was 92. Sadly, Keith didn’t make to that ripe old age. Our family sends condolences to the family. Hope all are doing well.

  • Forrest LeDrew Krummel, Jr.

    Reply November 23, 2020 2:43 pm

    I knew Keith through my work with the presbytery. He was a man of great faith, determination, strength, and kindness. My fondest memories of him are at when I served on committees with him, at presbytery meetings, and when I moderated the Farmington session meetings. But I would be remiss if did not note that Keith was a champion pie baker, second only to my mother! Rest in peace, my friend. Frosty

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