Gene Wesley Brinkley, age 59, of Lawrenceville, passed away on Wednesday, March 14, 2018. Originally from Raymondville, Texas on August 12, 1958. Gene had been with the Quinn House over 25 years and assumed the Directors position after the passing of the ministry founder Carrol Quinn. During his tenure as Director, he led scores of people to the Lord and assisted hundreds of men and women in their fight against drug and alcohol abuse. Gene’s vision was responsible for much of the growth of the Quinn House and its many outreach programs that affected many families throughout Gwinnett County and Northeast Georgia. Gene was active in several community organizations and loved being on the golf course. Gene is survived by his loving wife, Jane of Lawrenceville and sisters Brooke Albright of Florida and Kim Rodriquez, of Texas and many Nieces and Nephews. Gene will be greatly missed by his friends, the staff members of the Quinn House, and former guests. Online condolences can be expressed at www.wagesandsons.com

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  1. Sorry to hear about your loss it’s always hard when losing someone we love acts 24:15 helps us to appreciate that there will be a ressurection and soon we will be reunited with our loved ones again my thoughts and prayers are with your family

  2. Certainly Gene has heard “well done my good and faithful servant”. Our son would not be here if not for Jane, Gene and the Quinn house. We are forever in their debt!

  3. I will forever miss you and love you my sweet brother and always regret not spending more time together on this old earth. Your finally at peace..and with all the people you truely loved..You will be forever missed…Your sissy

  4. Jane and family: Bill and I are grieving the loss of a great man who fought hard. We loved Gene. He will be missed on this old earth. Looking forward to spending time talking with him in the Kingdom. Our condolences, prayers, sympathy and love go out to you all.

  5. My brother, my friend and my mentor. “Looky here”, I will miss our banter and heated discussions. You challenged me to discover the “why” of what I believed. You offered a hand up when I needed it and you loved fiercely. May you now rest in the deliverance from the struggle of this world.
    Jane,
    I am sorry for your loss and pain. I pray for healing, peace and comfort for you, my sister.

  6. Geno,
    I remember the first time I invited you to a Bible study in L’ville. Those guys ending up being some of our best friends for life. I thought maybe the men’s group would be a good idea. Never imagined the way you would end up influencing me Gene. You challenged me spiritually and I can never re pay you for that. I remember Anna and Jane discussing that maybe they should introduce you to me. Funny how that turned out. I know you are sitting in the presence of the Lord. ” Therefore, since we have been justified through faith, we have peace with god through our Lord Jesus Christ – Romans 5:1 I am not sure who ends up missing you the most your friends or your dogs. Man, did they love you! Jane, so sorry to hear of Gene’s passing. Blessings of peace and mercy to you.
    In CHRIST,
    Jon Thompson

  7. You are the love of my life and I yours. Jesus Jane and Geno. I love you Husb. Always be your LJ and punikin.

  8. Revelation 21:4
     And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away

  9. My deepest condolences to the family. God is the source of life and His Word can provide comfort during difficult and painful times like this. Acts 24:15 gives a wonderful hope of a resurrection for those we have sadly lost in death. May you endure and be at peace until you see your dear loved one again.

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