Jamie C. Quinn

Jamie C. Quinn, 79, of Raymore, Missouri passed away on June, 9, 2024.  

Jamie is survived by her children:  Leslie Quinn of Belton, MO; Tim Quinn (Daryl) of Lee’s Summit, MO; Kelley Quinn of Kansas City, MO; Linda Pitts (Jon) of Belton, MO and Micah Quinn (Kelly) of Harrisonville, MO and her beloved grandchildren:  Riley Quinn of Kansas City, MO and Jolie Crossman (Cole) of St. Joseph, MO.  

At Jamie’s request there will be no formal services but her family hopes that you remember her fondly with a smile and a laugh.  Should you desire to honor Jamie in some manner, please donate to a charity of your choice or note that Jamie supported the following organizations:  Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Harvesters, Heartland Honor Flights, KC Pet Project or Wayside Waifs.  

Jamie was always a reader and volunteered to help children improve their reading skills at local school districts for a number of years, so Jamie would be thrilled if you helped a child improve their reading skills, read to a child/adult or otherwise supported your local library.


  1. Ruth Bradshaw on June 10, 2024 at 4:28 pm

    Thinking of the family at the loss of your beautiful mom and grandmother. Sending my love and condolences

  2. Joy Cota on June 11, 2024 at 7:22 am

    Everything I knew about blood gases I learned from Jamie at Baptist Med Center and I always loved working with her at Research Med. I will always miss her smile and laugh. She was one of a kind. She will be missed by many.

  3. Mark Hill on June 11, 2024 at 8:35 am

    So sorry to hear about your loss of one of the sweetest and kind persons God has ever placed on earth. Everyone who knew Jamie was blessed. She never had a bad word or thought about anyone. I worked with Jamie for many years at Research Medical Center and her compassion and care for her patients comforted them. I am so sorry for your loss and she will be missed and loved more than you can imagine. Please accept my sincere condolences. Rest in peace sweet sweet Jamie. Earths loss is heavens gain.

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