4926 Johnson Dr.,
Shawnee Mission, KS 66205
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 9-5
Available by phone 24/7
913-384-5566

Quinn David Brady

 

    Quinn David Brady died suddenly on July 17 at home in Kansas City, KS. Quinn was born April 16, 1992, in Carbondale, Ill., to Anne Brady Bloos and Mark David Wiebe. He grew up in Overland Park and Roeland Park. 

     Quinn and his brother Noah were active in the LEARN homeschool group, where they formed many close friendships. When he was 16, he started taking classes at Johnson County Community College as part of his high school education. After graduating in 2010 he took a solo trip to Alaska, underwent EMT training and began taking classes at UMKC. He has worked at Johnson County Library since 2012.     

      Quinn loved his family, his friends, his work, all cats, the Royals, the Chiefs, the Jayhawks, extreme weather, Warren Zevon music, history, irreverent humor, facts about obscure diseases, and very sour candy. He could quote at length from episodes of The Simpsons and enjoyed exploring the Quindaro Ruins, tromping the woods of Swope Park with Noah, and camping in Colorado. In May, Quinn was engaged to Casi Bjorgaard and the two planned to marry next June. 

      Quinn was preceded in death by his grandfather, David Wiebe, and cousin, Madrona Hartford. He is survived by his parents, his brother, Noah Brady, grandparents Ken and Luanne Bloos of St. John, IN, grandparents Wanda and Hal Lowenstein of Kansas City, grandmother Leslie Young and aunt Katy Young of Kansas City, aunt Melinda Bloos and uncle Aaron Lisec of Anna, Ill., aunt Chris Wiebe and cousins Sorrel, Amber and Wren of Bellingham, WA, fiancee Casi Bjorgaard of Kansas City, KS, many beloved friends, relatives, colleagues, cats Salvy and Oso (of the home), and 18-year-old diabetic cat, Alice.  

      Family and friends will gather to celebrate Quinn’s life later this summer. For those who wish to honor his memory, we suggest a donation to your local humane society or animal shelter, the Arbor Day Foundation, or the Friends of Johnson County Library in his name.



Posted in Kansas City Obituaries, Obituaries | on Monday, Jul. 24th 2017 | 12 Comments »

12 Comments on “Quinn David Brady”

  1. Diann Markley Says:

    I worked with Quinn for the last two years at the Antioch library and will miss him dearly. He always had a smile on his face and kindness in his voice.

  2. Keith shields Says:

    Quinn was such a great person, I will never forget the all of the jokes he had that made no sense but made the whole table burst into laughter, even though we didn’t spend much time together, the time we had I will never forget.. quinn, you will always be my brother in law and I will always cherish the time we spent together, just like when you showed up to the wedding in cowboy boots and by George you were sure bound determined to wear them and the way you walked up the stairs was unforgettable.. quinn, you may have “left” us but you will never truly leave us. We love you quinn..

  3. Carol Marinovich Says:

    Mark,

    My deepest condolences to you and your family. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

  4. Patty Tennent Goward Says:

    I always enjoyed hearing my close friend, Luanne Brady Bloos, share about her marvelous and adventurous grandsons. Quinn was so well loved and respected by all who knew him.

    Please know that you are all in my prayers as you deal with his loss.

  5. Christopher Leitch Says:

    Quinn was a valued colleague at Johnson County Library. He always had a cheerful greeting, and he added joy to our work place. Please accept my warmest and deepest condolences on the loss of this fine young man. We will miss him, too.

  6. Pattie Mansur Says:

    Dear Mark: My heart goes out to you and your family. I’d often hear you talk about your son and your pride in his endeavors and journey to explore his community and the larger world. You are in my thoughts.

  7. Tricia Suellentrop Says:

    Quinn was a pleasure to work with as he was smart, funny, took the initiative to help people at every turn. He was a wonderful addition to the Johnson County Library staff and we miss him greatly. Our deepest condolences are extended to his family.

  8. Ardith Deason Says:

    Mark, so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family as you deal with this sudden loss.

  9. Nancy Gay Says:

    I worked with Quinn at Antioch Library and he was always cheerful and pleasant and very helpful when asked to help his follow staff members and the patrons of the library. I have lifted your family in prayer and deep loss of someone you loved and cherished.

  10. Mary Markey Says:

    Quinn’s eternal soul as well as his parents are in my prayers.
    He was a good man and was always cheerful. Rest in peace, Quinn

  11. Abby Boatman Says:

    I had only met Quinn many years ago but have always known what a fine, bright, fun loving man he was. I’ve heard many stories from his grandmother, Luanne, my dear longtime friend. My prayers are with you and much loves goes out to all of his family

  12. Christi Haines Says:

    I first met Quinn when he started working at the Corinth Library and was happy to have him as a co-worker again when he moved over to the Antioch branch. I have always enjoyed chatting with him, he was such a kind person and I will miss seeing his smiling face.

Leave Your Condolence

News & Events

4926 Johnson Dr.,
Shawnee Mission, KS 66205
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 9-5
Available by phone 24/7

913-384-5566
info@cremationcenterkc.com