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Our sweet Quaid Mathew Stinnett, beloved son, brother, friend, and 2015 graduate of Putnam City West High School went to be with the Lord on January 16, 2018. Quaid was a resident of El Reno where he lived and worked with his father Zane, hauling and staging cars. Quaid enjoyed wrestling and engaging in brotherly banter with his little brother, Caleb.
Quaid had a love for all things vintage and had a true passion for cars. He enjoyed working on them, sketching/drawing them as well as airplanes.
As a boy, he enjoyed building cars and planes with Legos (Legos were a big part of his and his brother’s childhood). Quaid was a bit of a “foodie”, he loved all sorts of food and enjoyed it when his mother would try new recipes… he would eat anything, especially cheesecake. Quaid had a love for sushi, something he shared with his mother, Paula.
Quaid was happy when he was hanging out with his friends doing such things as talking and working on cars or playing video games. He especially looked forward to the first Saturday of every month and going to Cars & Coffee car show, something he would do with his friends as often as possible.
Quaid is survived by his father Zane Stinnett, his mother Paula Stinnett, brother Caleb Stinnett, his grandmother Ruth Ann Bononcini, great-uncle Vernon & great-aunt Charlotte Kenworthy, cousins Neal & Renee Kenworthy, Kyle Kenworthy, Aspen, Braxton, and Bryson Kenworthy, Shawn & Lauren Coslett, Bronson & Amber Kenworthy as well as his great group of friends.
Quaid was truly loved by his family and friends. In his own quiet way, he had a huge impact on each and his time with us was all too short… He is, as always, deeply loved and he will be truly missed.
A Celebration of Quaid’s Life
4pm Wednesday, January 24, 2018
The Chapel at Oklahoma City Cremation
807 W Wilshire Blvd, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73116
Andre Smith says
We miss you dude. I still try to send you funny pictures like it was yesterday.
Tammie Kinney says
Paula, my heart still breaks for you. I can’t even imagine what you’re going through. Please know my thoughts and prayers go out to you during this time. 💔
Jonalea Muck says
I’m SO sorry Paula, It seems just like yesterday I was talking to him. He helped me through some rough times. You are always and will be in my heart.
Charles Lance says
Two years and I still am missing his voice and laughter around my house. I love him as my own son and will never forget his sharp wit and natural sense of humor. God bless his family and friends.