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Robert M. Quinlan

  • On September 30, 2019

Robert M. Quinlan, age 79, of Upper St. Clair, passed away peacefully with his family by his side on Monday, September 30, 2019.
He was the son of the late Helen and Michael Quinlan.

Beloved husband of Fran Quinlan for 54 years; loving father of Monique Galvin, Elaine (Vance) DuVall, and Rob (Karen) Quinlan; cherished grandfather of Sammi and Seamus Galvin, Harry DuVall, Ashley Quinlan; dear brother of the late Michael Quinlan.

Bob was well loved by his many Bridge Partners. He was a proud US Marine Corps. Veteran. He was a dog lover, and rescued many dogs over the years. He will be deeply missed by all who knew and loved him.

A Funeral Mass of will be held on Saturday, October 5, 2019 at 10:30 am at St. Louise de Marillac, 320 McMurray Rd., Pittsburgh, PA 15241. Burial will take place to follow at Queen of Heaven Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, Bob requested memorial contributions may be made to Washington Area Humane Society, 1527 Route 136, Eighty Four, PA 15330, 724-222-PETS.

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Jennifer Echnat
  • Sep 30 2019
Elaine I’m so sorry for your loss. You and your family are in our prayers.
Bob Flynn
  • Oct 2 2019
Your Husband, Father, friend was a wonderful human being. I was one of many bridge partners, and he was just delightful in every way. He is, and always will be, deeply missed. I am so sorry for your loss.
  • Oct 3 2019
Wishing you all peace in this difficult time.
Linda Sustich
  • Oct 5 2019
Fran, So sorry for the loss for Bob. The 2 of you were very inspiring members of our ChristLife community. We will always remember the growth and demonstration of your faith and how you helped us grow in our faith as will. With love!
Mike Kenny
  • Oct 7 2019
Julie and I met Bob some years ago when we combined with Bob and his partner Connie to form a team for the Gatlinburg bridge tournament. We enjoyed great success at the tables that week, but even better we enjoyed the meals we shared with Bob and Fran, and we continued to see Bob at tournaments afterward and always shared a laugh. We will miss seeing Bob, and we send our condolences to Fran and the rest of Bob's family and to the Pittsburgh bridge community at large.