Quinn Hampton was an amazing son, brother, and friend. He loved with all his heart and wanted peace and happiness for all of those he loved. Quinn has now found his own peace and happiness. On August 15, 2016 he journeyed back to be with his father: Gordon Kent Hampton, a grandfather: Del B. Hampton, grandmothers: Shirley Hampton and Carol Tripp, and friends who passed before. He leaves behind his mother: Jody Fraughton, sister: Denise Hampton, grandfather: Vernon Delyle Fraughton, many aunts, uncles, cousins, and good friends.
Quinn was born December 16, 1977 in American Fork Utah, a little brown eyed ball of energy, ready to go. He loved camping, fishing, and the beautiful mountains of Utah. Sports were big with Quinn and baseball was his favorite. He started with T-ball and played through pony league. He was a great catcher! He attended school in Pleasant Grove and received an Associate’s degree from UVU.
Quinn never did figure out what he wanted to do when he grew up. He tried hotel clerk, concrete worker, shipping/receiving, assembly line, production worker, and telecommunications technician. But wherever he was and whatever he was doing, he made friends.
Quinn’s friendships were very important to him. He was quick to be there and forever loyal. There wasn’t anything he wouldn’t do to help a friend. Quinn was a kind, loving, giving soul. He couldn’t stand to see any one in need and not offer help. Whether it was money to the people on the corner or giving a hitchhiker a ride, even if it was way out of his way, Quinn was in.
Quinn was his mother’s helping hand. He was always there to help with yard work, gardening and home improvement projects. Together he and his mom honed their skills and became pretty good amateur remodelers. Quinn you will be so missed by all of us who knew and loved you and love you still.
A celebration of Quinn will be held for family and friends on Saturday August 27th. Please join us at Bandwagon park in Lehi, 900 North 300 West, at the west pavilion at noon.
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