Efrain Daniel Quinones

Efrain Daniel Quinones, 28, of Baldwin, New York passed away after battling cancer passed away on October 17, 2017. Beloved son of Alice Armonath. Cherished friend too many. Gifted artist. Reposing at the Fullerton Funeral Home, Inc., 769 Merrick Road, Baldwin, New York on Sunday, October 29, 2017 from 2-4 p.m. and 7-9 p.m. Private Cremation. In Lieu of flowers, Efrain's family is setting up a memorial. Please send donations in Rain/Danny's memory to support Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center: Checks made payable to Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, Attn: Emily Carter, 885 Second Avenue,  7th floor, New York, New York 10017. Please indicate on the check that the gift is in memory of Efrain Quinones.

 

Rain found a renewed joy in painting and created many nice water colors in recreation which became his second home. There is where we're going to honor him with an art area for others to enjoy as he did.

 

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Thoughts & Prayers

Posted by Linda and Gary Kaufmann on
Gary and I lost a beloved friend. Raines could light up a room just by grinning at us. His laughter was even better. We were unlikely friends but we loved him just the same. We met Raines at Hope Lodge, Manhattan. A place to stay for people with serious cancer while they receive serious treatment. These are the fighters, the warriors, the ones who refuse to give up because they have a chance. Somehow my husband Gary (who had t-cell lymphoma) and I just came together with Alice and Raines. Just a chat in our shared kitchen/dining room. Listening to Alice’s wonderful advice on how to cope. One day Raines threw a complicated joke our way, I threw it back. He laughed his butt off. It was always great to hear Raines laugh, to listen to his brilliant wit. I could never keep up with him. But we were officially a foursome. Saving seats for one another, sharing germ-free pizzas. Raines would listen for hours about my husband’s career as a former police psychologist. And he just talked. Like good friends. Gosh, we are going to miss him, his wit and the light he brought with him. Everywhere.
Posted by Marie Rubinetti on
Alice, so sorry for your loss.
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