Doris Vernell Quick, 94, of Keytesville, MO, passed away Sunday, December 6, 2020, at the Moberly Regional Medical Center.

Doris was born on January 3, 1926, south of Keytesville, MO, the daughter of George and Ruth (Guilford) Pearman. Doris graduated from Keytesville High School in 1944. She was united in marriage to Ted Quick on June 12, 1955, at the First Baptist Church of Keytesville. In the years between high school and becoming a mother, Doris remembered with pride, a working career at Wahlbrink Implement and the University of Missouri Extension Office, both in Keytesville. In her early adult years, she enjoyed bridge club and square dancing. Watching basketball and golf were two of her favorite past times. She was an avid cook, loved baking and candy making. Above all, Doris’ true passions were her family and her faith. Doris hosted family events multiple times per year. She shared 65 years of marriage with her husband Ted. To her children and grandchildren, Doris was a source of encouragement and always ready to say “I love you”. Her faith and love of life contributed to her surviving cancer three times. Doris was a tremendous servant of God pouring herself into the First Baptist Church of Keytesville, serving in multiple leadership roles in the departments of music, vacation bible school, Sunday school, Women’s Missionary Union (WMU), and Youth For Christ. Doris was a member of the First Baptist Church of Salisbury for
the past 40 years.

She is survived by her husband, Ted of the home; three sons, Paul Quick and wife Pam of Wheeling, MO; Dennis Quick and wife Christine of Charlotte, NC; Dean Quick and wife Kelly of Lenexa, KS; seven grandchildren, Lauren Quick, Jason Quick (Tayler), Angela Albertson (Jeff), Jordan Quick, Nathan Quick (Amber), Zachary Quick, and Zoe  Quick; five great grandchildren, Harrison , Parker, Natalie, and Paisley Quick, and Annistyn Vernell Albertson; two siblings, Denny Blake Pearman of Keytesville; Peggy Lou Hunter (John) of Lee’s Summit, MO; and a sister-in-law, Bette West of Overland Park, KS; along with many nieces, nephews, and cousins.

A Service of Remembrance for Doris will be held at 1:30pm on Thursday, December 10th, at Summerville Funeral Home in Salisbury, MO. Due to COVID, the service will be family only. A video of the service will be available within 24 hours, on the Summerville website. Memorials are suggested to the First Baptist Church of Salisbury, MO. Burial will be at the Elliot Grove Cemetery in Brunswick, MO.