On \nSeptember 5, 2022, Lucinda Ann Quinlan left her \nhuman body on Earth to join in the Glory of the \nLord.\n\nLucinda "Cindy" was born in Parker, PA on January \n16, 1932, to Ms. Angeline Boyer. Cindy attended \nvarious primary schools in Parker, Bruin, and \nButler. Lucinda graduated from Butler Area High \nSchool in the Spring of 1950.\n\nAfter graduating from high school Cindy worked at \nthe Soda Bar at G.C. Murphy in downtown Butler. She \nwas always proud to tell others of her having served \nWhitey Ford when he pitched for the Butler Yankees. \nShe also worked at the Spaide Shirt Factory on Brugh \nAvenue in Butler from 1952 - 1954.\n\nIn the Spring of 1954, on a bus from Pittsburgh to \nButler, Cindy met the "Love of her Life", John L. \nQuinlan. John was returning home to Erie, PA from \nhaving served in the Korean Conflict for the U.S. \nNavy. They married that August in 1954 and moved to \nErie, PA.\n\nCindy and John returned to Butler in 1958. Cindy \nbegan to work for Logan Candy Company but in 1961, \nshe became a full-time, stay at home mom.\n\nCindy was involved in many of her children's school \nevents/activities. These included being a \nmember/officer of PTA (Center Avenue), Girl Scout \nLeader, and Parent Chaperone at many events and \nfield trips.\n\nCindy was a lifelong member of the First United \nMethodist Church located at the corner of McKean \nStreet and North Street, in Butler, PA. She was \ninvolved and a member of many groups with the \nchurch. They included: early on as a leader of the \nnursery - watching children as their parents \nattended church service, a kitchen worker for \ndinners during Methodist Youth Fellowship Meetings, \nand as a chaperone for many events and youth field \ntrips.\n\nIn her later years, she was involved: First United \nMethodist Quilters Group, Senior Member's Group \n3M's, kitchen help during community dinner, Member \nof various First United Methodist Senior Sunday \nSchool Classes.\n\nCindy is survived by two daughters, Ruth Ann (Andre) \nBellefuille and Sandra Kim (Kent) Tobias; and one \nson, Ward (Sue) Quinlan; seven grandchildren - Maggi, \nBryant, Derek, Kyle, Amber, Sarah, and Chantal, and \nSeven great-grandchildren.\n\nCindy was preceded in death by her husband, John L. \nQuinlan, who passed away in November of 2002; her \nmother, Angeline; and her live in Aunt, G. Althea \nBoyer.\n\nAll services will be private.\nCindy's \nfamily would like to extend a special thank you to \nVNA Hospice and Magnolia Place of Saxonburg. \n\nIn lieu of flowers, donations may be made in her \nname to First United Methodist Church, 200 E. North \nSt. Butler, PA 16001.\n\nArrangements were entrusted to Thompson-Miller \nFuneral Home, Inc., 124 East North Street, Butler, \nPA 16001.