ST. LOUIS -- Jimmy Lewis Quinn, 42, formerly of Charleston, died June 28, 2005, at Barnes-Jewish Hospital in St. Louis.
Born March 15, 1963, in Marston, to the late Roosevelt and Minnie Woods Quinn, he was a lifelong resident of Missouri and attended Mississippi County schools. He was of the Baptist belief.
His foster father, Roosevelt Williams, also preceded him in death.
Survivors include: his foster mother, Fleater Williams of Charleston; 11 brothers, Richard Robinson of Federal Way, Wash., Ricky Robinson of New Madrid, Ronnie Robinson of Portageville, Roosevelt Quinn Jr. of Chicago, Arsenus Smith, Earl Junior Ford and Lamar Neal of St. Louis, Anthony Hursey of Plano, Texas, and Jimmy Williams, Larry Williams and Barry Williams of Charleston; and seven sisters, Mattie Robinson of Portageville, Vicky Andrews of Sikeston, Rosa Davis, Angela Gater, Lynell Williams and Aisha Patton of Charleston and Maxine Smith of St. Louis.
The body was cremated. A memorial service is scheduled for 11 a.m. Friday at Williams Funeral Home in Charleston. Eugene Horton will officiate.