Quincy Lee Walmer
Nov 7, 1935 - May 9, 2003

Friday morning May 9, 2003 after a terrible storm, Ray of Sunshinethe beautiful rays of the sun shone through Quincy's window  and the Lord Jesus callingcalled him home. 
No longer feeling the pain of the cancer and the sadness of his family that looked on and not being able to help, Quincy said  Goodbye.
Family and friends paid their respects at Kloecker Funeral Home.
Quincy is laid to rest at Wintergreen Gorge Cemetery and the family gathered at the Ramada Inn and shared memories and condolences.

This website is to honor 
Quincy at Christmas time 2000
Quincy Lee Walmer  
and his life here with his family and friends.

Born in Summerville, Pa,  son of the late Alfred W. and Mary (Deemer) Walmer. 
 He served in the Army and US Army Reserves.
US flag


Quincy owned Walmer Trucking & Excavating Company in McKean, Pa. 
Walmer home Making a home for his family in McKean he gave back to the community by founding the McKean Little League and donated Walmer's Field for their games. 
He was a member of the Calvary Christian Center, American Legion Orville Frank Post Association, the St Francis Ushers Club and the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post for Edinboro/McKean.

Beloved husband of 41 years toOlive Olive (Case) Walmer.
Father of Linda Walmer (her husband, Bill Chiles) of Seattle, WA,
Kimberly Kaluzny ( her husband, Jeff) of Pittsburgh, 
Sheila Nordin ( her husband, Henrik) of Temecula, CA, 
Pam North (her husband, Ray) of Pittsburgh, 
John Walmer ( his wife, Marcia) of McKean.
Brother of Myrtle Kunselman of Corry, 
Lawrence Walmer (his wife, Shirley) of Fairview, 
Charles Walmer ( his wife, Loretta) of McKean, 
and the late Wrussell Walmer.
Eleven grandchildren and many nieces and nephews also survive. 


Long ago, Quincy gave all of us
something special, something that
would not wear out or get used up,
something you could take with you
wherever you go, something that will
last forever:  His heart and his love.

Let not today be filled with tears of
sorrow, but let today be filled with
tears of happy memories of all the
days and years he has filled our lives
with love.

Although gone from our sight,
In our hearts. he will remain forever.


memorial card

Photo and thoughts by Francis V. Kloecker Funeral Home Inc.

Any memories or comments you wish to share
please email  everafter@ and I will post them here.

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Rest in Peace Uncle Quincy.  

Nov 7th we celebrate Quincy's birthday. Celebrating the birth of Quincy. With love from your family and friends.  Although gone from our sight, not gone from our hearts.  

May 9th family and friends gather to celebrate the love that Quincy shared with them. 
One year since his passing and it is apparent that he lives on in our hearts.
The white rose signifies the anniversary -
 May 9th -  Quincy rested.

Truly "Unforgettable"

Although we are spread across the USA, and coming home sometimes is impossible, we still think of you.

Happy Father's Day   

with love dad, on your day

Quincy's family keeps fresh flowers at his grave. The family headstone is still being designed.
Family headstone still being designed.

from daughter Linda

Brought from Seattle, Washington - Daughter Linda added this to her father's grave.  fresh flowers
Planted some flowers 9/24/04 

Finally the headstone has been set.

Family headstone at Wintergreen Gorge
In loving memory......

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