Quimby C. Enterline, 90, longtime resident of Edmond, Okla. was born September 25, 1924 in Piedmont, Oklahoma to Quimby L. and Ruth Enterline. Quimby was a WWII veteran serving in U.S. Army. He retired from Tinker Air Force Base after 33 years of service. Saying that Quimby loved Scouts would be a major understatement. He held every position as an adult, spanning over 50 years, the longest being Scout Master. He helped countless boys in their journey through Scouts including his three Eagle Scout sons and two grandsons and his Girl Scout daughter. He was an avid volunteer in the Edmond community most notable being a volunteer for close to 30 years at the Edmond Historical Museum. He was also passionate about his work with LibertyFest Parade of which he was a Grand Marshall. This just touches his volunteer contributions. Quimby was also a member of the Woodcarvers Association, many of his carvings can be seen at the Museum.
Quimby passed away on February 1, 2015 in Edmond. In lieu of flowers donations can be made to the Edmond Historical Museum.
Quimby is survived by, Sons and Daughter in laws, Steve and Lia of Choctaw, David and Janibeth of Edmond and Alan and Sue of Arcadia. Daughter Ruth Enterline of Okla. City. 4 Grandchildren and 5 Great Grandchildren and 3 Great Great Grandchildren, Sister Lexa Brown and brother Leo Enterline.
Services are 2:00 p.m. Friday February 6, 2015 at Matthews Funeral Home Chapel with interment at Chapel Hill Cemetery.
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