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Brother Knight 3rd degree Conrad Quinlan has been called home by God

Conrad Quinlan, 85, of Glastonbury and Hebron, beloved husband for 62 years of Marie-Anne (Melanson) Quinlan, died Monday, September 29, 2014. Son of the late Matthew and Helen (Lutynski) Quinlan, Conrad was raised in Hartford and graduated from Hartford Public High School where he lettered in track. He earned his Bachelor's Degree at UCONN , Master's Degrees from both Brown University and the University of Hartford and also completed a fellowship at Indiana University. Conrad served in Korea as a Lieutenant in the U.S. Army and achieved the rank of Major in the U.S. Army National Guard. Prior to his retirement he was a professor of chemistry at Manchester Community College. He was a Eucharistic Minister and Lector at St. Dunstan Church. In his spare time Conrad enjoyed family gatherings, building stone walls and traveling. Besides his wife he is survived by his children, Jacqueline Q. Sonidis, Richard M. Quinlan and his wife, Audrey, Mark S. Quinlan, and Thomas J. Quinlan, all of Glastonbury, Timothy J. Quinlan (LTC, Ret.), and his wife Ann of Fayetteville, NC, and James P. Quinlan and Betsy Pitt of Manchester, and his eight grandchildren, Krystal, Anthony, Jack, Michael, Jameson, Hudson, Helen and T.J. He is also survived by his sister, Rosalie Spillane, of Newington, and cousin, John Quagliano, of Wethersfield. Besides his parents, Conrad was predeceased by, his son John, brother, John and sister, Martha Hippe. Funeral Services will be held Friday, October 3, 2014, 10:15am from Mulryan Funeral Home, 725 Hebron Ave., Glastonbury followed by a Mass of Christian Burial at 11am in St. Dunstan Church, 1345 Manchester Rd. Glastonbury. Burial with military honors will follow in Holy Cross Cemetery, Glastonbury. Friends may call at the funeral home, Thursday October 2 from 4-8pm. In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be made to either, The Holy Family Passionist Retreat Center, 303 Tunxis Rd., West Hartford, CT 06107 or to the American Legion.

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Thursday October 2nd 2014 - Brother Knights at 6:30PM will do the KofC Prayer Service
at the Mulryan Funeral Home, 725 Hebron Ave., Glastonbury, CT



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Raise the Bells'

Mission is to support local parishes to rebuild and refurnish the Catholic Churches of Leogane, Haiti. Through dedicated fundraising efforts and the provision of engineering services, Raise the Bells will raise the hopes of Haitians yearning to return again to the churches they lost in 2010. In fulfilling this mission, Raise the Bells will help create local jobs for Haitian engineers, construction workers, craftsperson, artists, and other service providers who will be the primary force in rebuilding the churches of Leogane. In addition to providing technical engineering assistance, Raise the Bells will offer any assistance it can to those helping the Catholic Church in Haiti.

Glastonbury KofC 2533 has donated to help this church replace the furnishing of the inside of the church. They need your district help. This is part of the Charity of the Knights of Columbus. Can your council help out? 100 % of the Funds donated by the Knights will be used only to replace the furnishings.
If so, Email the following organization with your pledge. Herby.Lissade@HaitiEngineering.org

A Non Profit Architectural/Engineering Service to the People and Government of Haiti

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The Church after the Earthquake

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