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Mildred Robichaud Quill

01/14/1924 - 03/25/2020

Mildred R. Quill, 96, of Mesa passed away on Wed., March 25, 2020 at Oasis-Fellowhip Square.  She was born on Jan. 14, 1924 in Summerville, Massachusetts, to the Late Medore Robichaud and Eva (Girouard) Robichaud.

Her childhood was spent in MA>.  During W.W. 2 she worked at M.I.T..  She met James L. Quill during church dinners provided to the serviceman.  She accepted Jesus as her Savior at age 16 and for the rest of her life she walked closely with the Lord.  She was baptized at age 16 upon her confession of faith.

Mildred married James Quill in MA. On Jan. 19, 1946.  To this union were born Martha Ruth 5/8/1948 and Stephen John 5/12/1953.  She was a very loving mother and was able to stay at home to raise her family.  She was also a great encourager.

After her husband retired from Shell Oil Co. in CA., they purchased a trailer and began doing ministry at Kentucky Mountain Mission & Camp for many years.  They also volunteered at Gospel Recordings in Los Angeles while they attended Church of the Open Door with Pastor J. Vernon McGee.  While at Ponderosa Baptist Church is Payson, where they spent 15 years, both Mildred & Jim did volunteering at their church.

One of her great loves was the many years she participated in Bible Studies, including at Oasis.  She had many precious friendships everywhere she lived.

Grateful for having shared her life are her daughter Martha Schroeder of Chandler, AZ., son Steve Quill  of Lake Forest, CA., Granddaughter Judy Green & Ryan of Loveland, CO., Grandson Jim Schroeder of Chandler, AZ., and 4 great grandchildren.

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  • John and Paula Heinrich

    She was an inspiration to us

  • Jayne Reynolds

    Mildred was a beloved resident. Her faith was inspirational and her continual quest to be nothing short of a faithful follower of Christ was evident every day. I loved having her in my bible study classes when I was privileged to be Chaplain at Fellowship Square. She was constantly learning and growing. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

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