July 17, 1938 – July 8, 2022
Oscar B. Quinn, better known as O.B. Quinn passed away on July 8, 2022 at his residence in Denham Springs, LA. O.B. was born in Sturgis, MS on July 17, 1938 to Neely and Vena Quinn. He was a lifelong resident of Denham Springs and a graduate of Walker High School. O.B. was preceded in death by his loving wife Winnie Cain Quinn, daughter Karen Quinn Desselle; father and mother Neely and Vena Quinn; brother James Quinn and sisters Nellie Quinn Wade, Connie Quinn Galloway and Jo Ann Quinn Thornton. O.B. enjoyed hunting, fishing, and spending time with his family and friends. He served our country as a morse code operator in the U.S. Army during the Korean Conflict. O.B. was a long-standing member of the Millwright Local 720. O.B. is survived by his sister Linda Quinn Kelley and husband Sam; his son Tony Quinn and wife Annette; grandchildren Heather Desselle Lane and husband Jake; Kacey Quinn Ellenberger and husband Christopher; Austin Quinn; Kolton Quinn and wife Peyton; and four great grandchildren Anna Ellenberger, Kylie Lane, Beaux Quinn, and Kamille Lane. Visitation will be held at Seale Funeral Home, on Monday July 11, 2022 from 9am until Celebration of Life Service at 11am. Burial will follow in Judson Baptist Church Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Austin Quinn, Kolton Quinn, Christopher Ellenberger, Jake Lane, Brent Cain and Brent Carlisle. Honorary pallbearers will be Roger Bennett and Ed Sasser. Condolences may be offered at www.sealefuneral.com
July 10, 2022 at 4:22 pm
So sorry for your loss
Praying for the family 🙏🙏
Judy Sanders Simons
July 9, 2022 at 9:51 pm
Tony, Annette, and all the family:
I’m truly sorry to hear about O.B. passing away. Though I haven’t seen him in a long while I would think of him and Winnie Lee often. They were great neighbors for many years and great friends as well. May God’s peace be in your hearts.
July 9, 2022 at 8:21 pm
Oh my so very sorry to hear this. I have known OB (sunshine as I called him) for a little over 20 years he came into the store where I work for stamps and gas at first then as I got to know him and pick with him he started getting breakfast and visiting everyday. I became very fond of him. I didn’t see him yesterday morning and when I passed his home today saw several cars there. I knew something was wrong. My heart is broken. May he Rest In Peace.
July 11, 2022 at 6:53 pm
Hello sunshine! I tried to make it but I was late. I stopped by Judson to say goodbye my friend. I will miss all your stories of Germany and hunting in coyell Dance with Winnie (and not the armadillo’s lol). Till we met again