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Quentin Neal Andersen

January 25, 1999 — March 17, 2024

Post Falls

In Loving Memory of Quentin Neal Andersen


Quentin Neal Andersen, cherished son, brother, grandson, and friend, departed from this world on March 17, 2024, in Hauser, Idaho, leaving behind a legacy of warmth, laughter, and unwavering dedication. Born on January 25, 1999, in Coeur d’ Alene, Idaho, to Clinton Andersen and Felicia Buechner, Quentin's life was vibrant and adventurous. He was known for kindness, and hard work.

Throughout his journey, Quentin attended Post Falls High School, where he not only pursued academic excellence but also honed his skills in construction while contributing to the family enterprise, Andersen Excavating. His dedication and craftsmanship were evident in every project he undertook, a testament to his commitment to excellence instilled by his family.

Quentin possessed a big smile, and a zest for life that was infectious to all who knew him. He found solace and joy in the great outdoors, whether it was carving through fresh powder on his snowboard, enjoying the mud bogs, 4-wheeling with his dad and cousins, sharing stories around a campfire during one of his many camping adventures with his stepmother Bridget Galley, or enjoying a swim in the tranquil waters of Idaho's lakes and rivers. His love for nature extended to helping his grandparents on their farm, where his willingness to lend a hand and his genuine affection for the land brought comfort and joy to those around him.

Among Quentin's many passions, his family held a special place in his heart. He relished the simple pleasures of helping in the garden, sharing laughter, and making memories with his cousins Seth and Cameron whom he loved like brothers. Quentin enjoyed movies with his Aunt Jennifer and spending time at the ocean with his Aunt Tammey. He brought light and laughter into the lives of his friends and family every day.

Quentin's love extended far beyond his immediate family, reaching out to embrace his cousins and his beloved siblings with equal warmth and affection. He cherished the bond they shared, finding joy in every moment spent together, whether engaged in spirited adventures or simply sharing quiet moments of camaraderie. His loyalty and devotion knew no bounds, and his presence brought a sense of unity and strength to their family circle. Quentin's love for his family was a testament to the depth of his heart and the richness of his character, leaving an indelible mark on their lives that will endure for eternity.

Quentin's charming personality illuminated every room he entered. His kindness and empathy knew no bounds, and his quick wit and lighthearted humor could brighten even the darkest of days. He was a beacon of positivity and compassion, leaving a lasting impression on all who had the privilege of knowing him.

In his professional pursuits, Quentin worked alongside his father and grandfather in construction, where his meticulous attention to detail and strong work ethic set him apart. His expertise in heavy equipment and his commitment to excellence earned him the respect and admiration of his peers.

Though Quentin's time with us was far too brief, the impact he made on the lives of those around him, along with his gentle heart and smile, will be cherished forever. His spirit will live on in the memories we hold dear and the love we shared. As we bid farewell to our beloved Quentin, may we find solace in the joy he brought to our lives and the legacy of kindness and compassion he leaves behind.

In lieu of flowers, the family kindly requests donations be made to Harborview Mission of Caring Fund (https://give.uwmedicine.org/give/) in Quentin's honor.

Quentin is survived by his siblings Michael Andersen, Brittany Rivas, James Poland, and Madison Buechner. He is also survived by numerous nieces, nephews, cousins, and the many friends and family who loved him dearly.

Rest in peace, dear Quentin. You will be deeply missed, but your light will shine on in our hearts forevermore.

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Saturday, March 30, 2024

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