Golby, Quinten

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Quinten Golby

Quinten Golby was born on Aug. 12, 1999 at St. Mary’s Hospital, Camrose, Alta. He attended Kindergarten to Grade 9 at Brownfield Community School, Grade 10 – 12 at Coronation High School and went on to Lethbridge College.

Quinten had many hobbies: reptiles, goat 4-H, and Comicon, baseball and basketball.

Quinten was a remarkable young soul who left a lasting mark on all who knew him. Quinten was a young man of passion and conviction, with a heart as vast as the prairie sky and a spirit as lively as the creatures he so adored, lizards.

His fascination with these scaled wonders was not merely a passing fancy but a testament to his profound curiosity and love for the natural world.

Quinten was not one to shy away from expressing his opinions. Whether engaged in a lively debate or fervently defending his beliefs, he approached every interaction with unwavering determination and boundless enthusiasm. His tenacity was matched only by his infectious zeal, igniting spirited discussions that often left us both enlightened and entertained.

Beyond his love for lizards and spirited debates, Quinten possessed a kindness that touched the lives of those around him. He had a knack for finding beauty in the simplest of things and a generosity of spirit that knew no bounds.

His laughter echoed like a melody through the halls of our hearts, leaving behind cherished memories that we will hold dear forever.

Though Quinten’s time with us was tragically brief, the impact he made will endure for a lifetime.

As we bid farewell Quinten, let us take solace in the knowledge that his spirit lives on in the hearts of all who knew him.

May his love for lizards, his unwavering conviction, and his boundless kindness serve as guiding lights in our lives, reminding us to embrace our passions, stand firm in our beliefs, and always approach each day with the same fervent joy that Quinten so effortlessly embodied.

Rest in peace, dear Quinten. You will be dearly missed but never forgotten.

Quinten is survived by his parents Tracey and Wade Golby; his grandparents Clarence and Donna Golby and Don and Linda Maron; brother Evan Golby; aunts and uncles – Lyle and Delayne Golby and their children Jenna (Hunter Baldwin), Adam and Logan: Brad Golby and his children Tarisa (Kolby Wittmack) and son Kylan, Ashley (Jaycee Hendry) and son Noah, Justin (Madison Nichols) and their mother Dana Golby: Tina and Dale) Tuchscherer and children Justin (Avrianna Hebert) and Daina (Tyler Clemence), Terry (Pauline) Maron and children Hope, Isaac and Adison; numerous other relatives and many friends.

He was predeceased by great uncles and aunts – Edward and Annette Golby, Don and Laura Fawcett.

A Celebration of Life for Quinten was held at the Brownfield Recreation Centre, Brownfield, Alta. on Fri. March 22, 2024 at 1 pm.

Memorial donations in memory of Quinten may be sent directly to the Canine Love Dog Rescue Society, 16158 Twp Rd 464, Daysland, Alta. T0B 1A0 or a charity of your choice.

Condolences may be forwarded to the Golby family by visiting www.parkviewfuneralchapels.com.

Parkview Funeral Chapels & Crematorium of Coronation, Alta. were entrusted with the care and funeral arrangements. For further information please call 403-578-3777 or toll free 1-888-882-3141.

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