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Jimmy Ronald Quick Obituary

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Jimmy Ronald Quick

Yuba City, California

August 8, 1938 - May 13, 2024

Jimmy Ronald Quick Obituary

Our father, Jimmy Ronald Quick, realized his lifelong goal of entering Heaven and running into the arms of his savior, Jesus Christ, on Monday, May 13, 2024.


Jimmy was born in Dunn, North Carolina, on August 8, 1938.


Jimmy was a gifted musician from a very early age and, after the death of his father, he began traveling as a musician to help provide for his family.


In 1958, he married Fern Gladden.


Jimmy went to school and became an accountant, working for various companies in different locations through the years before retiring and starting a tax practice.


After the death of his beloved Fern, Jimmy lived with family until his home going, enjoying visits from the grandchildren and great-grandchildren.


Jimmy is survived by his daughter, Renee (Ron Fortenberry); his son, Steve (Jeri Quick); his grandchildren, Jaclyn Moore, Justyn Fortenberry, Steve Quick, and Stacia Fukumoto; and his great-grandchildren, Haley Moore, Bryce Moore, Kaetlyn Moore, Elliot Fortenberry, Oliver Fortenberry, Owen Fortenberry, Sam Fukumoto, Charlotte Fukumoto, Felix Fukumoto and Levi Bowers.


At his request, there will be no services. ~Memorial donations may be made to the Salvation Army, which held a special place in his heart.

To share a memory or send a condolence gift, please visit the Official Obituary of Jimmy Ronald Quick hosted by Chapel of the Twin Cities.

Our father, Jimmy Ronald Quick, realized his lifelong goal of entering Heaven and running into the arms of his savior, Jesus Christ, on Monday, May 13, 2024.


Jimmy was born in Dunn, North Carolina, on August 8, 1938.


Jimmy was a gifted musician from a very early age and, after the death of his father, he began traveling as a musician to help provide for his family.


In 1958, he married Fern Gladden.


Jimmy went to school and became an accountant, working for various companies in different locations through the years before retiring and starting a tax practice.


After the death of his beloved Fern, Jimmy lived with family until his home going, enjoying visits from the grandchildren and great-grandchildren.


Jimmy is survived by his daughter, Renee (Ron Fortenberry); his son, Steve (Jeri Quick); his grandchildren, Jaclyn Moore, Justyn Fortenberry, Steve Quick, and Stacia Fukumoto; and his great-grandchildren, Haley Moore, Bryce Moore, Kaetlyn Moore, Elliot Fortenberry, Oliver Fortenberry, Owen Fortenberry, Sam Fukumoto, Charlotte Fukumoto, Felix Fukumoto and Levi Bowers.


At his request, there will be no services. ~Memorial donations may be made to the Salvation Army, which held a special place in his heart.

To share a memory or send a condolence gift, please visit the Official Obituary of Jimmy Ronald Quick hosted by Chapel of the Twin Cities.

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