Sending our condolences. Lots of prayers for the coming days. I have great memories of Quenna grown up. Her and Rev. Randy were always hopeful and ready help anyone at anytime. I remember we had a flat late one night and that’s when i was first introduce to vinnie. He was sitting in that old truck of his dads on his moms lap and Quenna was talking to my mother Laquitta and my mom ask vinnie his name. He smiled at my mom and said Bennie. I remember Quenna cheerful laugh. She always had a beautiful smile along with at laugh. Another time I remember going to there yard sale and I bought a picture her and Rev Ramdy owned and she had a story behind it. She said when they decided to sell the picture Vinnie came and told her someone had broken the vases in that picture. We had a good laugh. Later on in life I had a privilege of working with her at MMI she was my supervisor there. We all had an inside joke about the name. We called it the Money Making Indians. I had great memories of Quenna. She will be missed.