Quinn M. Bass

In Memorial

BASS

Quinn M. Bass, transitioned December 30, 2014, New York Graduate of Westerville North High School and former member of Love Zion Baptist Church. Predeceased by his maternal grandmother, Evelyn Ruth Moore. Left to cherish his memory, his mother, Roselyn Smith, life partner, Eddie Marrero, sisters, LaTasha Dover and Kendra Jordan, aunt Denise (Willie) Walker, Genese (Steve) Tatum, Sharisse Draughon, uncles Rev Derrick (Jacquilla) Bass Sr., Damon Bass, Ronnie Fletcher, grandfather, William Moore, and a host of other relatives and friends. Visitation 9:00am and Home Going Services, 10:00 a.m., Saturday, January 10, 2015, at Faith Ministries Church, 2747 Agler Road, Columbus, Ohio. Overseer Jonathan McReynolds,Eulogist. Interment at Glen Rest Memorial Estates.

Condolence Messages

  1. Carol Milligan :

    Please accept my heartfelt condolences. It was my pleasure to know Quinn when he was a student at WNHS and enjoy all his performances there. I will always remember him as The Leading Player in “Pippin.” His performances were full of life and the joy that showed how much he loved performing. He was quite an artist! My son Michael was a student and performer with him. Quinn will be remembered and held with warm regard in the hearts of countless people. Your family is in my prayers.
    Carol Milligan

  2. Joyce Stonebraker :

    I was stunned to hear of Quinn’s passing. During my 30 years as choir director at Westerville North, Quinn was truly in my top ten … extraordinarily talented, motivated, energetic, creative, and genuine! He was always extremely respectful, was never too “cool” to help other students, and had a terrific sense of humor. And when he performed … WOW … he had that rare ability to transfer his heart and soul to the audience! (I cannot hear the song “Mack the Knife” without visualizing his smile.) I truly wish that I could attend the Ohio service on Saturday morning, but I cannot. Please know that all of us at Westerville North High School (past and present) share in your sadness. Joyce Stonebraker

    • Dear Miss Stonebraker:
      Thank you for your kind words of condolences. I’m Quinn’s Life Partner of 15 years. You’ll be happy to know that although Quinn left Ohio to follow his dreams as an Entertainer, he never forgot Westerville North High School and often spoke fondly to me of his years there. They were still all so precious memories to him. I will be reaching out to you personally at WNHS. God Bless you.
      Eddie Marrero

  3. Jennifer (Groseclose) Koval :

    I am so sad to hear of Quinn’s passing. I went to Westerville North with Quinn and we were in choir and theater together. He was truly an amazing singer, dancer and actor. But beyond that, he was kind to everyone. Prayers to your family in this difficult time.

  4. shirley pritchard nolan :

    Dear Rosalind, no words can express my heartfelt sympathy for you and your family. You are in my prayers! Love Shirley

  5. Beverly Braham-Durica :

    Very sad to hear of Quinn’s passing – I had the pleasure of being in Choir my senior year with him at Westerville North. He was a really amazing singer and dancer.

    May you all find comfort and peace during this difficult time.

  6. Patricia Moore Dean :

    Roselyn, may the good Lord keep you and your family in his arms. He will be your comforter in the time of your sorrow he will heal all your pain. No matter what you go through. Hold on to God’s unchanging hand. Patricia Dean and family

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