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Terry Franklin Quick

Posted 2023-09-17 by mhenderson
Published by Today's News Herald on Sep. 17, 2023 -
Lake Havasu City, Arizona -

Terry Franklin Quick, 76, passed away Sept. 1, 2023 at Henderson
Hospital. He was born March 30, 1947 in Alpena, Michigan to Elizabeth
Thelma Fox and Amos Franklin Quick. He married Juanita Borja
Kamingaksang on Jan. 5, 1967 in Tamuning, Guam.

Terry was a proud veteran of the US Navy, who served during the Vietnam
War aboard the USS Bryce Canyon. He was a man of many interests and
hobbies, including scuba diving, camping, hunting, fishing, off-road
jeeping, demolition derby and golf. He was an animal lover, who always
had dogs & cats. He enjoyed riding his Harley Davidson, working on
projects around the house and working on classic cars.

He is survived by his wife, Juanita Borja Quick (Las Vegas); sisters
Marjory Snider (Fennville, Michigan) & Marion Clewley (Alpena,
Michigan), his three daughters Deirdre Seeman (Surprise, AZ with husband
Jason Seeman), Demetra Starks (St. Cloud, FL with husband Bruce Starks
Jr) and Theresa Chavez-Smith (Las Vegas with husband Robert Landon
Smith); grandchildren Bruce Starks III with wife Lauren, Terry D Quick,
Raul Chavez Jr with wife Brandee, Daniel Chavez with wife Brooke, Aaron
Sanchez with wife Kayla, Tanesha Starks with partner Ryan, Sabrina
Chavez with partner Kelli, Alexis Chavez with partner Lila, Robert L
Smith Jr and Carlos Smith; 12 great-grandchildren; eight nieces and

He is preceded in death by his parents Amos and Thelma Quick, mother-in-
law Isabel Kamingaksang, sister Doris Doyle, brother Delmer Quick,
sister-in-law Madge Quick, two brother-in-laws Ted & Dominic
Kamingaksang, nephew Dale Quick and great-grandson Liam Chavez.

Funeral services will be Friday Sept. 22, 2023 9 a.m. -11a.m. at Star
Mortuary 900 Nevada Hwy, Boulder City, NV 89005. Interment will be at
the Boulder City VA Cemetery. We invite family and friends to leave
condolences or memories at

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