Maureen Quinn

In loving memory of our dear friend, Anne Maureen Quinn. Maureen entered this life on September 25, 1956 and passed away December 14, 2022. Maureen was a bright light who shone in all of our lives.

We were blessed to have Maureen’s beautiful voice narrate many of our 90 Day Studies. She also submitted our We The Future Contest winners’ films into film festivals, achieving over 118 film festival acceptances for our winners over her time with us. In Maureen’s memory, we have named our We The Future short film category after her.

Maureen was a talented writer, inspirational life coach and sought after voice talent in Hollywood, but most of all, she was a treasured friend to all of us who had the blessing of knowing her and working side by side with her over the years.

Please join us in leaving your remembrances of Maureen here on our page.

3 replies
  1. Brandon Vanderford
    Brandon Vanderford says:

    Maureen was incredibly passionate about helping young people achieve their dreams of becoming future film makers and engaged citizens in our Republic. She was always a joy to be around, she always had a smile on her face, and she always had something kind to say. She will be greatly missed.

  2. Jeanette Condran-Kraynak
    Jeanette Condran-Kraynak says:

    When I think of Maureen I can’t help but smile. She was a joy to work with and dear friend. We spent hours on the phone discussing life, family, philosophy and world events. Maureen’s interests were varied but her number one love was her daughter! My children & I had the privilege of spending time with Maureen while in LA & we will always think of her when we land at LAX. We were blessed to know Maureen & thank God for Maureen. I miss you friend.

  3. Amanda Hughes
    Amanda Hughes says:

    Maureen was a thoughtful, hardworking, energetic lady with a fun personality and sense of humor, and another thing I especially admired about her was how she always had an encouraging word to share. She was optimistic through challenges, offering a smile no matter what was going on. I recall her strength of character and steadfast heart toward accomplishing the many tasks she had in front of her to get completed, and especially while looking after others in her care. She was a warm, considerate coworker and friend who always had a way of making someone’s day with laughter. Her positive outlook with her example of perseverance she gave to others is remembered, needed, and greatly appreciated.


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