Quincie Ann Srogen

March 21, 1993 - June 4, 2022
June 13, 2022 19 Condolences Print Obituary

It is with heavy hearts that the family announces the passing of Quincie Ann Srogen on June 4th, 2022, near Rycroft, Alberta.  Quincie was 29 years old.

Quincie was the beloved daughter of Leslie Srogen and Greg (Rhonda) Srogen and sister of Kayle and Cassidy (Kyle) Srogen. Quincie is survived by her grandfather Hugh Allen, Aunt Ardene (Duff), Uncle Perry, Aunt Adele and cousins Jeffrey, Denelle, Jared, Charles, and families. She was predeceased by her maternal grandmother Audrey Allen, Aunt Kathy Allen and paternal grandparents Ronald and Phyllis Srogen.

Quincie was born in Fort McMurray on March 21st, 1993 but soon moved to Stony Plain where she grew up and graduated from Memorial Composite High School. Quincie was a spirited, lively child who grew to be a beautiful young woman. She was active in athletics, playing on the high school volleyball team as well as competitive club volleyball. 

Her love of children saw her graduate on the Deans List from Lakeland College with a Diploma in Early Childhood Education. She decided on a career change and again graduated on the Deans List as a Dental Assistant, her chosen profession at the time of her passing.

Quincie enjoyed spending time with her family, playing games, gardening and cross stitching. She loved the outdoors, hiking, biking and spending time with her beloved Ollie, her border collie.

Quincie will be greatly missed by her loving family, many friends and coworkers.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in her name to the Alberta SPCA. The family would like to thank all of those who have sent condolences and flowers.

 A private memorial will be held on June 21.

  1. Dear Greg & Rhonda & Family

    Our deepest condolences on the passing of your lovely daughter at that this very sad time.
    May your memories of Quincie – be held in your hearts ♥️ & she won’t be forgotten.
    Love Cindy & Ed

  2. Greg, Leslie and family,

    My deepest condolences to you at this incredibly heartbreaking time. Sending all the love and strength. Quincie was a remarkable person, who strived for success at everything she did including being the most amazing friend. I will forever cherish memories made with her.

    I’m so so sorry for your loss and will continue to pray for your family.

    Love Taylor Niezen (Williamson)

  3. Leslie, Greg and family,

    I’m so sorry for your loss. I had the privilege of getting to know Quincie through our dear friend, Taylor, and getting to spend some time with her over the past few years was an honour.

    Quincie was such a bright light. Her smile was glowing, her laugh was contagious and her quick wit was incredible. It was a gift to know her and it’s clear that she had a lasting impact on everyone she met, from strangers and friend-of-friends like me to her nearest and dearest loved ones.

    I wish your family so much peace through this extremely difficult time.

  4. Dear Greg, Rhonda and Family,

    Our deepest condolences to you all. Wishing you strength and wonderful memories to cherish forever. ❤️

    With much love,

    Larry and Roxanne

  5. Leslie, Greg and Family,

    I’m so sorry for your loss. Quincie was a beautiful person inside and out, and I was lucky to get to know her over the past few years through Taylor and Danielle. She brought so much light and humour every time we were together, she will be greatly missed. Sending you and your family my love and thoughts during this incredibly difficult time.

  6. Dear Greg, Leslie & family,

    I am so saddened by the news of Quincie’s passing. I had the pleasure of working with Quincie at North Stony Dental during the time she worked with us; we were like family. She was loved by all of us, and patient’s loved her as well.
    Her infectious smile, laugh, and witty personality are fond memories I will always have of Quincie.
    Heaven now has a beautiful angel, and her spirit will live on in my heart forever 💕
    My sincere condolences and prayers to all of you.

  7. Leslie, Greg, Kayle and Cassidy,

    We were heartbroken to hear about the news of Quincie’s passing. Our family fondly remembers her beautiful smile and her funny, thoughtful, and kind nature. She was a wonderful and special friend to Lexi. May your memories of Quncie strengthen you as you navigate the difficult days ahead. Please accept our condolences.

    Janice and Darcy Strate

  8. Kimball and I are so very sorry to hear about Quincie’s passing. Our hearts are broken for all of you and we will keep you in our prayers.

  9. Dear Leslie, Greg and family
    Vivian and I were deeply saddened by your loss. Our hearts and thought go out to you. May all your precious memories of Quincie bring you peace and comfort.
    Sending love and hugs.
    Vivian and George

  10. It is with a heavy heart that I post this message. I greatly appreciated having Quincie as a student in our ELCC program, You are in my thoughts.
    Joanne

  11. Lesley, Kayle, Cassidy and Greg. Our hearts break with yours. Sending all of you love. Phil and Diane

  12. My deepest condolences and sympathy to the family in this difficult time.
    I was so hurt to hear about the passing of Quincie!
    I had the pleasure of working with her at North Stony Dental. She was truly such a amazing, kind hearted, caring, smart, beautiful person inside and out! She will be so missed ❤️

  13. To Leslie and Family,

    Sending you all my condolences during this difficult time. May the memories of Quincie live on and she be remembered by everyone who knew and loved her. Here for you however you might need me to be.

    Sending much love and big hugs.

  14. To Greg. Leslie, Kayle and Cassidy,

    It was a pleasure to watch your lovely Quincie grow up next door. She always had a smile, a wave, or a pleasant chat. We are so sorry for your loss. Our thoughts are with you and all your family.

  15. Greg, Leslie, Kayle, Cassidy & Family,

    Sending love from our family to yours. We are heartbroken to hear of Quincie’s passing. We enjoyed Quincie over the years from being a little sweet girl to a vibrant young, beautiful lady. Please know our thoughts and prayers are with you all – may the memories of your daughter and sister give you strength. Please accept our sincerest condolences.

  16. Leslie, Greg, Kayle & Cassidy,

    You have all been in my thoughts these past weeks and I continue to wish you so much love and strength during this unimaginably difficult time.
    Quincie was one of my first friends when I moved to Stony Plain. Her friendship meant so much to me and I’m grateful for the memories we shared. I will remember her genuine heart and sense of humour.

  17. To my brother Greg and his family,

    The sorrow that my husband, Carlos, and I have in our hearts is not lessened by the miles between us. You are all in our thoughts and I surround you in light and love. I suggest you read a beautiful poem; Death is Nothing at All by Henry Scott Holland. Know that sweet Quincie is not far away.

  18. Very sorry to hear of your loss, Greg and Family. My thoughts and Prayers are with you all. Linda Stewart and Family.

  19. Dear Leslie, Greg, Cassidy & Kayle,

    We were so saddened to hear of Quincie’s passing. I knew her only for a brief time when she played volleyball at Memorial, but I remember her smile, her wit and dedication.

    May her memory give you strength at this difficult time.

    Our sincere condolences,
    Leanne Couves

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