In Memory

Henry Quintana Jr. (Class Of 70)

Henry Quintana Jr. (Class Of 70)

We invite all of you to join myself, my mother and family in celebrating my father’s wonderful life:

Visitation will be held at Hillcrest Funeral Home on Tuesday, May 21 from 5-9 PM, Rosary at 7 PM.1060 Carolina Dr

Life Celebration Mass will be held at St Patrick Cathedral on Wednesday, May 22 at 1:30 PM. 1118 N Mesa St

We hope to see a lot of faces and share a lot of memories. Bring tissues!


What can I say about my father... not enough time or space to do so. Anyone that has met, talked to, learned, hugged, shook hands, laughed, cried and consoled with my father knows that he is a humble and educated man. There are literally no words to describe him or my mother. They have been through but have accepted some struggles over the years but they have succeeded. I speak for my myself when I say I’ve learned anything and everything from my mom and dad. Dad retired in 2013 from EPE after 28 years, mom retired shortly  after, after working 33 years for KTSM Channel 9. Believe it or not, that’s where they met, working at KTSM. Henry Jr (Kiki) is not doing so well right now. He’s hanging in there but as many of you know, he likes a good mystery and now he’s a medical mystery. 

Now that my dad is retired and was teaching at EPCC, money struggles are now occurring that he can’t continue educating our future. We are not asking for much but If you’d like to donate, please and thank you. These donations will go directly to continue taking care of his medical care. If we have to travel, your donations will make that happen.