Paul Quinn

In memory of Paul Quinn born in Northern Ireland on 26/6/1949,

passed away peacefully in his sleep at home in Australia on 25/1/2024.

A loving and devoted husband of 45 years to Lynne,

a cherished father to Amanda, an adoring Grandfather to Abigail and Ella and a beloved Uncle Paul to many.

He was much loved and will be forever missed.

The service to celebrate the life of Paul

will be held in the Wilson Chapel, Springvale Botanical Cemetery,

600 Princes Hwy, Springvale on Wednesday 7th February 2024 at 10.45am (AEST)

For those unable to attend,

you may watch the service via the following link:


13 Tributes

  1. Sylvia Moulds
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    God bless you Paul, sleep tight. Cherished memories of days gone by. xx

  2. Cheryl Welsh
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    RIP Paul what a star,we all love you and you made us all laugh throughout the years .Thank you for accepting me into your family and also thanks for the wonderful time you give Shan and me when we came to OZ to see you all.You always be in my heart and thoughts Sending condolences to Lynn Amanda and the whole family you deffo be missed lot of live too you all xxx

  3. Bridie & Vince
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    Paul we are going to miss you, your sense of humor and funny messages you used to send , it is hard to believe that you are no longer with us, may you rest in peace.

  4. Debbie sparrow
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    What a amazing legacy you leave to others Paul… When I think of you it’s all with joy and positivity.
    My memories of you are all laughter,smiles,joy..
    Thank-you for always still making time for your outlaws..
    Simply the best
    Love and miss you Debbie &Joe xxx♥️💙

  5. Kate
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    We can’t believe that you are gone from us ,we knew you were a long way away but still in the world,.We will miss the silly jokes and your loving and caring. Thank you for being my brother .lf it is possible I hope we will meet again.love ❤️

  6. Michelle
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    These words dont come easy.. life can be so cruel but you bossed it and im just so glad you lived out your days with your immediate family in the sunshine. I’v so many memories of you uncle paul and when i picture your face i can hear your voice and that laugh haha. Always the wind up but thats what made u ace! You will be missed by so many including me… sending love to aunty lynne, amanda, daniel, abigail and ella at this sad time xoxo

  7. Philomena wzrd
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    My darling brother PAUL we will all miss you you were the life and soul of any party rest my darling brother love 😍 your sister phillyxxxxxxxxxx xxx

  8. Mark Welsh
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    Uncle Paul what can I say all the memories I have are just joy and laughter didn’t see you as much as I’d like RIP fond memories top bloke see you soon xx

  9. Tree, Carl,Tara,Nathan,Lewis&kids
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    You was one in million Paul, we’ll treasure our memories of you forever. Rallying, caravaning, visits at the weekend to the house in beverly, you and carl dancing in the pond with the snake, tree and lynne laughing their heads off at you both… we always had a laugh. You will be very much missed, our biggest condolences to Lynne, Amanda, Daniel, Abigail and Ella, our thoughts are with you at this sad time. All our love from the oggys x x x x

  10. Matthew Lawrance
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    God Bless Paul.

    Sending love to Lynn, Amanda and family.

  11. Nicola Richardson
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    Till the next time Uncle Paul

    Sending lots of love to Auntie Lynne, Amanda and family

    Love Nicola xx

  12. Paul Fryer
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    Dear Uncle Paul, you are often in my thoughts. I remember going on holiday so well with you and Lynne many years ago. We always had a great time. Thinking of you both Lynne and Amanda. Bless you all. X

  13. David Fryer
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    I will remember you running through the fields of Coalisland, laughing and joking, when we were boys. I see you have carried these traits with you throughout your life. A truly good man. Goodbye Paul x

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