Audrey Marion Quisenberry age 94, passed away at Spectrum Health Kelsey Hospital, Lakeview, Michigan. Audrey was born April 1, 1921 in Milton Township, Michigan, the daughter of Rev. Lynn and Pearl (Radcliffe) Wright. She was united in marriage to James D. Quisenberry on August 10, 1945 in Barrington, MI; he preceded her in death on Oct. 23, 1999.

Audrey was employed with Farm Bureau for many years before her retirement in 1984. She was a longtime member of the M-46 Tabernacle Church; where she started and organized the M-46 Food Pantry. Audrey was also a part of the Gleaners Insurance Company. She enjoyed cooking for friends and family. Audrey loved entertaining and planning parties. In her younger years she also enjoyed cake decorating. But most of all enjoyed spending time with her family and friends. Audrey will be dearly missed by her family and will be patiently waiting for them in heaven.

Audrey is survived by her children; Daryl and wife Beth, Gary and wife Julia and Gregg and wife Rose, grandchildren; Zeke, Zebulon, Sarah, Magan, Jacob and Rebekah, great-grandchildren; Peyton, Quinn, Raylan and Kayden, sister; Arlynn Welch, brother and sister in-law; Dwight and wife Norma Quisenberry, sister in-law; Nora Quisenberry and many nephews and nieces.

            A Celebration of Life Service will take place Friday, October 23, 2015 at 1:00 PM from the M-46 Tabernacle Church with Pastor Dan Skirvin to officiate. Visitation will also be on Friday, October 23, 2015 from the M-46 Tabernacle Church from 12:00 PM until the time of service. A private interment will take place in Hill Crest Cemetery, Six Lakes, MI. Those planning a memorial contribution are asked to consider M-46 Tabernacle Church or the wishes of the Quisenberry family. To leave an online condolence please leave a comment below.





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  • Carolyn (Thursday, October 22 15 12:34 pm EDT)

    Daryl-Gary-Gregg and Families- I have alot of fond memories of your mom and how talented she was with her cooking and gardening. She was such an inspiration to so many of us neighborhood kids that
    she was involved with through the Church and Youth Groups. Definately a wonderful Lady!! Thinking of You all at this Sad time.Carolyn Hansen

  • Rosemary (Davis) Ehle (Thursday, October 22 15 01:09 pm EDT)

    I have known Audrey my whole life. She was my Sunday school teacher at Edmore Church of God in the 50's. Yes she loved to bake and did a beautiful job of Bernard's and my wedding cake. spent lots of
    time at their home..Even had Thanksgiving and Christmas with them a few times in my youth. Prayers are with your family.

  • Genny Towne (Thursday, October 22 15 01:29 pm EDT)

    Gary, Daryl, Greg- Your mom was an amazing lady! I will always remember her talents in so many areas. She has certainly left a mark in my life! Thinking of you all as you celebrate her life! She has
    her wings and has been promoted! RIP Audrey!

  • Cindi Hallock and Brad,Chad (Thursday, October 22 15 03:44 pm EDT)

    “Sending healing prayers and comforting hugs. I am so sorry for your loss.”

  • Linda Towne (Thursday, October 22 15 09:57 pm EDT)

    To The Quizenberry Family, Your Mom left a mark on everyone she came in contact with. I remember her constant smile, kind words and contagious energy. She was always guided by her constant faith.
    Must be the Lord doesn't want to share her with us anymore. RIP my dear friend.

  • Britt (Lebeck) McCarthy (Thursday, October 22 15 11:39 pm EDT)

    Dear Quisenberry family,
    Audrey was such a large part of my formative years. She probably was first in line after my mom for a great female influence. I will never forget the cloud of dust following her big station wagon
    down the country roads and my dad saying "There goes Audrey, she can leave 10 minutes late and get there 5 minutes early!" A great multitasking role model before those words were buzz words. She will
    be dearly remembered and sorely missed.

  • Leroy and Linda keeler (Friday, October 23 15 09:13 am EDT)

    She was a amazing lady ..was a honor to know her

  • Brenda Eskew (VanNortwick ) (Friday, October 23 15 12:25 pm EDT)

    So sorry about the loss of your Mom. My heart goes out to you. Praising God for Heaven!

  • Marvin & Sharon Miller (Friday, October 23 15 03:02 pm EDT)

    Sending our prayers to you all. Remembering all the fond memories of times spent at the farm. She will be remembered for all her talents and her inspirations to all

  • Leslie Basney-Wood (Saturday, October 24 15 12:51 am EDT)

    I am so sorry to learn of your Mother's passing. But she led a good, full life and I can only hope that I should be so blessed. Hang on to your memories and smile. She would want that.

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