On the 28th day of November in 1961 the sun began to rise in Isola, Mississippi and the world was blessed with a beautiful chocolate girl who was named Bonnie Rhee Quinn. Bonnie was a God-fearing woman who lived and loved life to the fullest with all her heart. She was and extraordinary mother and grandmother. She transitioned to her heavenly home on the 17th day of December in 2020 surrounded by her loved ones as a strong woman.
She was preceded in death by her parents, John Quinn, Sadie Quinn, and Annie B. Michales; three brothers, Christopher Quinn, Anthony Quinn, and Jerome Michales, one aunt Pasty Quinn.
Bonnie was a lifelong resident after moving to Kansas City, Kansas in 1971 where she attended area schools and received her diploma from Wyandotte High School. She severed over two decades in healthcare. Bonnie was a member of The Greater Faith Temple COGIC.
Bonnie leaves to cherish her fond memories her three children, Montea “Shay” Taylor; Keivin Quinn; and Monty Taylor (Brittney); eight grandchildren, Alexus Taylor; Brandon Lee Davis; Mireya Taylor; Brooklyn Lee Davis; Nathanial Lee Davis; Maleek Taylor; Makhi Taylor; and De’Marion Emery-Carney; one great grandson, Legend Thomas; eight sisters, Dana Quinn-Hill; Mary Ann Quinn-Farmer (Greg); Bessie Brooks; Jeannie Brooks; Carolyn Quinn; Annette Quinn; Debra Michaels; Kimberly Quinn; seven brothers, Wilford Quinn; Willie Brooks; Alvin Michaels; Anthony Michaels; Steven Quinn; Antonio Quinn; Marcus Quinn; and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
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