Maribeth Quinn was the “favorite aunt” among her nieces and nephews. She battled hard for the coveted title and won hands down, her youngest brother Brian Quinn told Dateline.
Brian was the youngest of four children and at 11 years younger than Maribeth, he said he was more like Maribeth’s baby than her brother.
“She took me everywhere she went,” Brian told Dateline. “I grew up idolizing her. She was the most amazing person.” Maribeth Quinn Maribeth and Brian grew up with two other brothers in the Washington, D.C. area. Maribeth was an active teenager, Brian said. In high school, she played varsity basketball and softball. She made straight A’s. She was social and had many friends.
While at college, Maribeth came home from Virginia Tech on the weekends. She stayed close to Brian and always let him tag along when her college friends came to visit and they gave their own guided tours of the District.
The siblings eventually moved to different areas of the East Coast. Two of the brothers remained in Virginia, while Brian moved to North Carolina. Maribeth made her way to Columbus, Ohio, where she got her Masters at Ohio State University and became IT Director at Nationwide Children’s Hospital.
But she remained close to her brothers and once they had children of their own, she quickly claimed the title of favorite aunt.
Maribeth often traveled from her home in Ohio to spend holidays with Brian and his family, as well as summers at the beach with them in the […]
Family, friends seek justice for Maribeth Quinn who was found stabbed to death at Ohio home
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