Brody Dean Quick

October 02, 1980 ‒ April 06, 2016

Mount Vernon, Ohio

Brody Dean Quick, on the afternoon of Wednesday, April 6, 2016 passed away at Grant Medical Center in Columbus surrounded by his family and comforted by his parents as a result of acute pancreatitis. Brody was 35 years old.

Brody was born in Mount Vernon on October 2, 1980. He was the first child and son of Greg and Connie Quick.

Brody graduated from Mount Vernon High School in 1999 and attended Youngstown State University where he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in May of 2006. Brody was a Boy Scout, Eagle Scout, past member of Order of the Arrow, and ushered many Ohio State home football games as a Boy Scout. As a young man, Brody was a Mount Vernon News carrier; employee of Neff’s Market, played for the Gray Bumpus City Little League Baseball Championship team and played middle school football. Brody was a store manager for the Kroger Company in Cincinnati. He loved to fish and hunt but got the most enjoyment in taking Nic/Peanut his daughter fishing, on small walks, and being able to spend precious time with his daughter. Brodys’ most important part of his life was being with his daughter Peanut/Nic (Domenica) as he called her.  Nic would take toys and games to Brody’s temporary home at the Laurels of Mount Vernon where they would spend the day together.  Nic would tell her daddy when you get your own place and I come and visit, I will help take care of you, but you still have to play games and toys with me.  Brody and Nic loved going to the movies, having lunch or dinner and spending Father and Daughter time.

Brody’s temporary home was the Laurels of Mount Vernon where he will be missed by many friends. While at the Laurels, Brody was always helping residents or staff.  The staff and the residents were very friendly and helpful to our son.

Brody was a loving and devoted Father, Son, and Brother and will be deeply missed by his entire family.

Brody is survived by his loving and precious daughter, Domenica Marie Quick of 7 years old; parents, Greg and Connie (Geiger) Quick; brother, Cody (Heather Lambert) Quick; maternal grandparents, Marvin and Jan Connell; paternal grandmother, Saundra Thompson, paternal grandmother, Betty Mayham; a special aunt, Deb Shelhorn, many aunts, uncles, and cousins, a special friend and his companion dog, Luna; special friends Lee Cubie and Terri Kunkel.

The family will receive friends from 2 p.m. until the time of the funeral service at 4 p.m. on Monday, April 11, 2016 at the Flowers-Snyder Funeral Home, 619 East High St., Mount Vernon with Pastor Lee Cubie officiating.

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The Flowers-Snyder Funeral Home in Mount Vernon is honored to serve the family of Brody Dean Quick.

  • Paul & I were so sorry to hear of Brody’s passing. He was in school with Jeremiah, and scouts with Ryan. No words can express the sadness we feel for the family. Prayers to you all and you are in our thoughts. Godd Bless each of you.

  • Greg,Connie, Cody.
    Are hearts are heavy with your lost. Prayers with you all .

  • Greg, Connie and Cody.
    I am so sorry for your loss. You are in my thoughts and prayers. If you should need anything, please let me know. Here should you need me.

  • Greg, Connie, Cody and extended family:
    We are so sorry to hear of Brody passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you in this sad time.

  • Greg and Connie and all your family, my sincerest and deepest sympathy! I am so sorry for your loss, my love and prayers, Bonnie Beeman

  • Greg and family, I am sorry to hear of the loss of your son. May you find comfort in your happy memories. My sincere sympathies to all of your family. Kristy (Coakley Dixon) Davis

  • To the family of Brody Quick. I am so sorry for your loss. Death is an enemy that we will never get used to. The heartache and the pain can be very great. We all yearn for a time when death will be no more. May you find comfort in God’s words at Revelation 21:4, where it tells us that ‘death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be any more.’ We look forward to a time when all these things will be done away with.

  • God bless you Greg, Connie, and Cody and God help you to always remember the good times. I have many fond memories as I grew up with Brody in my life. The world has lost a loving young man, far too soon. You will be missed by so very many Brody.

  • So very very sorry for the loss of your son. You all are in our thoughts and prayers. With deepest sympathy-Ray and Sharon (Harris) House

  • I was so saddened by this news. My prayers for strength. Love you. I there is anything I can do, I’m here.

  • To Brody’s Family,
    I am so sorry for your loss, he was such a amazing guy. I am Derry’s sister , and Brody had become like a brother to him , well all of us really. He was a blast to be around , and had the most amazing sense of humor, and wow he was so smart and helpful. I may have only knew him for 7 short months , but he sure left me with memories for a lifetime. I appreciate all he did with , and for Derry. We will never forget him ! Your all so in my prayers ,heart and thoughts.

  • Greg, Connie and Cody,
    We are at a loss for adequate words to express our sadness for all of you and the family. We have been blessed to have known Brody and we know that all can rest assured, heaven just received a most special person.We are so sorry for the loss of Brody. Our prayers and thoughts are with you.

  • I am so sorry for your loss! My prayer and thoughts go out you you Connie, Greg, Coty, little Domenica and to your entire family!!!

  • I am so sorry for your loss. May God give you strenght. I will keep all of you in my prayers. God bless all of you. Norma Saunders

  • Dear Connie & Family,
    I am so very sorry to hear about the death of your dear son.
    Prayers & good thoughts are sent your way.
    Jan Fowler & Family

  • So sorry to hear of your loss. We remember Brody from having been in Boy Scouts with our boys. Such a fine young man. May time, and the grace of God, help your family to heal. The Derr Family

  • Connie and family:
    I am sorry for your loss; my thoughts and prayers will be with you during these difficult days.

  • I always enjoyed working with Brody at Neffs.We had some good times as he worked for me as I was a Manger there.Prayers to the family he will be missed very much.

  • Connie I am so sorry to hear about your loss…. You and your family are in my Prayers….

  • Dear Connie and Family,
    So sorry for your loss my thoughts and prayers are with you.

  • Connie, Greg & Family,
    I am so very sorry for your loss, I will keep your family in my prayer during this difficult time.

  • I met Brody when my Dad was put in the nursing home Nov. 2014. When I would come to visit Dad I would see Brody’s room at the end of the entry hall. He was just a few rooms down from Dad. Finally one day I went to his room to introduce my self as we Both had the same last name. What a delightful young man he was and very smart and handsome. He told me his story of how he got there and we became friends from there on. When my Dad was moved to another hall I lost track of him for awhile as it was on the other side of the building. Before long he was moved again just down the hall from my Dad. I would see him often as he wheeled his chair past my Dad’s room. He always looked in and smiled and waved. I would see his parents and little dog come to see him and that would cheer him up. I enjoyed seeing his little daughter and her warm and funny laughter that made me smile. You don’t see or hear sweet little ones that often in a nursing home. Will miss Brody!!

  • My prayers and thoughts are with you all at this difficult time. I met Brody when came to to Laurels… He will be forever missed by many of us there… He was a wonderful man caring smart funny. My nights won’t be the same without him there.. May he rest in peace and forever fly high…
    With prayers and love

  • Prayers to all of you. Brody was part of our family at the Laurels. He will be so very missed by us all.

  • Connie, Gregg, and Cody, I am so sorry for your loss. You are being thought of and prayers sent your way.

  • Such sad news. I helped care for Brody at the Laurels and he was such a character. Always joking…. I was hoping for so much more for him and his daughter.
    May he rest in peace and God watch over his precious little girl.
    Prayers for the family.
    -Cayla Steinmetz

  • My thoughts and prayers are with Connie and her family. I’m so sorry for your loss.

  • Words cannot express how Broken my heart has been this week, Brody was such a sweetheart and we will miss him Greatly!!!!!!! We got to be close to Nik And his family, You guys are in our prayers!!!!

  • Dear Greg and Connie,
    It is always hard to lose a loved one but especially hard to lose a child. We are so sorry for your loss. God must have needed a beautiful angel to look out for you. Love.

  • Connie , Greg, and Cody.
    So sorry for your loss of Brody.
    Sending hugs and prayers.

  • Greg and Connie,
    Our hearts break for you both. Please accept our condolences.

  • Dearest Connie and family,
    There are no words at a time like this, I can only say I’m so, so sorry! You are all in my thoughts and prayers. Hold on tight to the wonderful memories! I’m sure there are many!! May God give you strength and wrap His loving arms around you. If you need anything, I am here for you.

  • To Brody’s Family we send our deepest sympathy at the loss of your loved one Brody.

    My sons Jay and Jamie Mizer grew up with Brody and were in Scouts with Brody, and being active with the scouts and the school system I grew to know him until he and Jay both graduated from MVHS in 1999. We lost track of him after that.

    I can only begin to imagine the pain you feel. No parent is supposed to bury their child and no small child bury her father.

    All I can do is repeat what many have said here and that is to cherish all the beautiful memories you have had with Brody and don’t let the might have beens that he didn’t get to experience weigh you down. The Lord gave Brody to us for a reason and then decided that his time here has served his purpose. I know we question why some one so young, but that answer will only be revealed to us later when we all join him in heaven.

    Remember he is no longer hurting or suffering. ………. It is only those that are left behind that mourn his loss that are hurting so. There is a period to grieve and cry, but then there is a time to look to the heavens and smile and laugh again because you know that is what Brody would have wanted. Brody was a light that lit up our lives if only but for a short time, but he touched the lives of many and will live on through them.

    May the Lord bless you all, wrap you in his loving arms, and comfort you. God bless you Brody!

    The Mizer Family
    ………Janet, Jay, and Jamie

  • Our family was forever changed due to the birth of Brody. He holds the all time record for first accomplishments. His birth alone, made Connie and Greg first time parents. Darrell & Gertrude Quick had a great grandson for the first time. Mom Ma became a great grandmother for the first time. Saundra became a grandmother for the first time. Bud Jeff and Brian became proud uncles for the first time. I became an aunt for the first time. Brody was the first in his family to graduate from collage. Then several years later he blessed this family again with the birth of his daughter Nic. Connie & Greg became grandparents for the first time. Mom Ma was blessed with the title of Great Great Grandmother for the first time. Saundra became a great grandmother for the first time. Bud Jeff and Brian became great uncles for the first time. Jerrie and I became great aunts for the first time. Cody became an uncle for the first time. Lastly, for the very first time, this family was able to have a portrait taken of five generations due to the birth of Nic. Our family will be forever grateful to Brody, and are proud to give him the award of first accomplishments. Rest in peace Brody, job well done.

  • Connie & Greg
    There are no words to express the sadness of losing someone so young and dear to your heart…..
    Thinking of you both with love and prayers in your time of sorrow.

  • So sorry for your loss, Stay strong cherish your memories!
    My heart goes out to you and your family.

  • Greg, Connie and Cody,

    I was shocked to read Body had passed away. I took Brody to Columbus Clippers games with my boys. My son Jason was in the scout troop the same time Brody was. Kevin joined a couple years later after receiving the arrow of light. Family and friends of the Quick family have my deepest sincere condolences.

  • Connie, Gregg and family,
    We are so sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you both at this difficult time.

  • Words can not express how much my heart aches for you connie and family at this difficult time in your lives. May the Lord above help you all survive this hardship. Hugs and Prayers for the all family.

  • Dear Connie & family,
    My deepest sympathies go out to all of you at this difficult time. My prayers & thoughts are with you!

  • My deepest sympathy and empathy to you Connie, and your family. If I can be of any help to you at all, please let me know. God bless. May your son Brody rest in peace.

  • To the Quick family, my family and I would like to send our condolences at this sad time. Please be assured that God has given us hope to be able to see our loved ones again in John 5:28,29. May your family find comfort and hope is this scripture. My thought and prayers are with your family.