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Binnert, Edith M. (Quenell). 'Miss Edie' GREECE : Friday, April 4, 2008 . She is predeceased by her former husband, Max D. Quenell; husband, Richard Binnert; sister, R. Delores Mugford; daughter, Kathleen Quenell and granddaughter, Lynn Masucci. She is survived by her daughters, Susan (David) Masucci and Christine (Anthony) Juliano; grandchildren, Nicole (Michael) Streb, Michael Masucci, Wesley Juliano and Rylyn Juliano; great grandson, Logan Streb; also by many nieces, nephews, and her beloved Danc'letics family. Miss Edie, a cornerstone to the foundation of Danc' letics, was also an avid volunteer at Unity Hospital. Friends may call MONDAY, 2-4 & 7-9 at the Vay-Schleich & Meeson Funeral Home, 1075 Long Pond Rd. Her Memorial Mass will be celebrated on TUESDAY, 11 AM in St. Lawrence Church (1000 N. Greece Rd. ) Interment is private. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Gilda's Club of Rochester or to the Spina Bifida Association of Greater Rochester. For more information, or to sign Miss Edie's online guestbook, please visit www.meesonfamily.com.

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  1. Chris, Tony, Wes, and Rylyn
    Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this very difficult time. We will miss Edie’s laughter and smiling face, yet her courage and strength will continue to live on in our hearts. Thank you for making her part of our family as well as yours.
    With Deepest Sympathy,
    Jim, Barb, Whitney and Jordan

  2. Chris, Tony, Wes, and Rylyn:
    Our deepest sympathies to you, to Sue, and to the rest of your family…we are so very sorry to hear of your loss. We all loved Miss Edie, and so enjoyed her with us at all of the shows! God bless you all.
    Tom, Karen, Carly Rae and Shelley Eisenhauer

  3. Dave, Sue and family,
    May your thoughts and friends guide you through this difficult time. Please lean on us for support, we will always be there.

  4. Dear Miss Sue and Miss Chris, We are deeply sorry for your loss. Your Mom was a beautiful, caring soul who touched the lives of so many people. Know that she is enjoying her peace in heaven and will forever be dancing in the hearts who loved her. You’re in our thoughts and prayers. Bryan, Mary, Ashley & Michelle DeMersman

  5. Dear Sue and Chris,

    We want you to know that we are so very sorry about the passing of Miss Edie. She will always have a special place in our memories of Dancletics.

    You and your families are in our thoughts and prayers.

    Stephanie, Margy, Lance, Carly and Olivia Lydon

  6. Dear Sue and Dave,
    My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. It is never easy to say goodbye to your mom. May God comfort you and keep you in His hands.
    Love,
    Kerry

  7. During my time in Rochester, NY, Edie treated me as ‘family’ and I shall always cherish our time together with her family. I choose to remember her cheerful smile and laughter. My heart is heavy with the loss, and will continue to visit her in her final resting place.
    My sincere sympathy goes out to Sue and Chris and her extended family.

  8. Edie was a wonderful, fun-loving person. She was my twin sister’s best friend over the years. I am sorry to hear of her passing on.

  9. Edie’s loss is a personal one for me. I enjoyed the opportunity to serve her. She commanded respect which I enthusiastically gave. I provided her my unyielding high standard of care for which she thanked me through her kind, meaningful words and the action of referring others to me. It was an honor to gain her trust in me. I will surely miss her. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you. I am grateful to have known such a wonderful person. She was an inspiration.

  10. I am so sorry for your loss. I have known Miss Edie, for as long as I can remember. From the big wheel to being ‘Miss Jennifer’. I am so glad I got to see everyone in January, when I came home. Words won’t take away the pain, but memories will. She was a strong woman and that has been passed to all of you. You are all in my thoughts.
    Love,
    Jennifer

  11. I am so sorry to hear of Miss Edie’s passing. She was a wonderful woman, and it was an absolute honor to know her.

    Miss Sue & Miss Chris – I have no doubt your mother will live on through the two of you. She will watch down proudly on you and your families from Heaven.

    You are in my thoughts and prayers throughout this difficult time. God Bless.

  12. I feel as though she was a grandmother to me, i’ve dance my whole life about 11 years at a studio she supported with her heart and sole. i love her dearly it hurts to know this wounderful mother to everyone at the studio is now not with us. it hurts that everone will miss her dearly and every recital would be different. Miss. Eddie was not only there for support of her daughters but to support the dancers too, even when we messed up she was the one to say everythings ok and you can only try your heardest. much love and hope to the family lets forget the bad and rememder what shes done and gone through. she will always be in my heart and soul Miss. Eddies is one person close to me that i will never forget. i love and will miss you,
    -Monica Kenyon

  13. I first met Edie when I was 17 and had just started dating Bob Quenell. It was at the house on Herkimer Street. She was 25 and my future sister-in-law. Edie went out of her way to be friendly and make me feel welcome. I remember visiting the house on English Road. My daughter, Diedre, was interested in the pony which Chrissy showed her. Bob and I visited her and Max many times.

    I have been out of town and just found out – too late to come to services. I am sad about this. Edie was an important part of my life!

  14. I have very fond memories of your mom going a long way back. I know what she meant to all of you and I am so sorry for your loss. I know she will forever be a guardian angel to all of you and watch over Danc’letics with much love and pride. I was honored to know her.

  15. Miss Chris – My deepest sympathy to you and your family. Miss Edie was a joy to see at the dance studio and at the rehersals. She always had a smile on her face and it was great to see her around the kids at the studio. My daughter has danced with you for a short time, but in that time, you knew who Miss Eddie was and the Miss Eddie tips you give out at costume time always work! You have so many memories of her…….remember her that way.

  16. Miss Chris and Miss Sue,
    We were so very sorry to hear about your mother’s passing. She was a wonderful woman who will be greatly missed. Our thoughts and prayers go out to your entire familly.

  17. Miss Chris and Miss Sue: my sympathies go out to you. Miss Edie will be greatly missed but will always be remembered through her involvement with Danc’letics. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your families.

  18. Miss Edie was such big part of Dancletics. Whether she was getting us in order for dress rehearsal or quieting us in the ‘shush’ hall, she did it with a smile. She was always a smiling face and will not be forgotten anytime soon. We love you Miss Edie!!

  19. Miss Edie will always live on through Sue and Dave, Chris and Tony, Michael, Nicki, Wes, Rylyn, and every dancer and dance parent that has ever stepped through the doors of Dancletics. Her smile and demeanor were inspiring. I have never known anyone who could start a conversation and five months later remember every detail of that five minute conversation! Sue and Chris, you and your family are in our prayers, and we will continue to be there for you.

  20. Miss Sue and Miss Chris, your mother was a grandmother to us at Dancletics. She was a beautiful, strong women. Spending 18 years of my life at Dancletic’s I knew that when Miss Eddie spoke, you listen! Thank you for sharing your wonderful mother with all of us. God Bless your family.
    Love Laura

  21. Ms. Chris & Ms. Sue & Families,

    So sorry to hear about Miss Edie. She will be greatly missed and was such a great force with you and the rest of the DancLetics Family. I will always remember her running a tight ship at all the dress rehersals every year. That smile that she had will always be remembered.
    Our thoughts and prayers are with you all at this difficult time.
    Sherrie & Briana Neale

  22. Our hearts and prayers for each and every one of you in this most difficult time. We hope you can find peace in the knowledge that she is no longer in pain and living in God’s eternal love.

    Love from,
    Tom, Valerie, Spencer and Abigail

  23. such a dear lady with a wonderful twinkle in her eye. we wil miss her and the visits to our office. my sympathies to all her family.

  24. Sue & I send our love and condolences.
    Sorry to not be with you all in person,
    but you are deep in our thoughts.

    Aunt Edie was my fav

    Tom

  25. Sue and Chris,
    Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this very difficult time. Miss Edie was small in stature but she was a grand lady. We certainly will miss her cheery greetings at all of the Danc’letic functions.

  26. Sue and Chris, Myself and mom are saddened. I know that mom had a good time when she saw your mom a year or so ago when they went out to lunch. Sharon said she was excited. I am sorry I did not get to see you and Aunt Edie when I was at Christine’s recital last year. God Bless her, you and the rest of your family. Mary and Sue McGrath

  27. Sue and Chris, We are so sorry for the loss of your beautiful mother. She was a wonderful, spirited woman who will be greatly missed. Miss Edie was such a special part of Danc’letics and it was an honor to have known her. There are no words that can stop the hurt right now. Hold onto those beautiful memories of her, for those will get you through the rough moments ahead. All our love and prayers. Mary and Marissa

  28. Sue and Chris,

    Our deepest sympathy to you and your family. Miss Edie was a special person. It was an honor to know and work with her. She will be missed. But I know,Sue and Chris, you will keep her memory alive.

  29. Sue and Dave,
    My sympathy to you and your family at the loss of your mother. She sounded like a great lady who enjoy life to the fullest.
    May she rest in peace.
    Lainey

  30. To Miss Chris, Miss Sue and the Juliano and Masucci Families. My thoughts and prayers are with you in this time of mourning. Whenever I talked with Miss Edie, it was a comforting reminder that I wasn’t just a part of the Danc’letics Studio, I was part of the Danc’letics Family. It was an honor to have known her. God Bless.

  31. To our Dear Danc’letics Family

    With deep sadness I write this note to you. Miss Edie always had a smile, and a kind word for all who walked through the doors of the studio. Your mother will be greatly missed, especially at recital time as she kept everything moving in a timely fashion.

    We love you all and you will be in our thoughts and prayers. May God bless you all in this time of need and give you strength and faith.

    Miss Edie will be taking care of all of the dancers in heaven, she did the job so well here, I just know that the Lord will continue to let her do her work in heaven.

    With Deepest Sympathy
    The Leiske Family

  32. To: The ‘Queen’ Of Danc’Letics,

    We will miss you very much. You are like a grandma to all the girls who danced through the doors of the studio. We hope you are enjoying a big, fat chocolate donut with white cream filling from Quenell’s Bakery and that you are sitting at the ‘Cadillac’ of desks with your beloved Dick.
    Forever in our hearts!
    Love, Linda & Lindsay Falzano

  33. Twelve years ago we were lucky to join into a family called ‘Danc’letics’ and Miss Edie ALWAYS welcomed us with her beautiful smile and a heartfelt hello. She was a calming presence at the recitals and we will miss her greatly. Thoughts and prayers to Miss Sue and Miss Chris and their families.

  34. We are very sad to know of Aunt Edie’s passing; yet we are glad to have known her
    .
    The Scipioni Family, Philadelphia, PA.

    I grew up loving my Aunt Edit, and I maintain fond memories of her and Uncle Max. I will never forget her as my wonderful aunt, nor will I ever forget her ‘larger than life’ personality.

    God Bless Aunt Edie, she will always be in my prayers.

    Nephew Raymond Scipioni

  35. We were deeply saddened by the passing of your beloved mother.

    As the weeks and months go by, we pray the wonderful memories of your mother will somehow lessen the pain and give you comfort.

    You and your families are in our thoughts and prayer.

    With deepest sympathy,
    Fred, Eileen, Kait, and Maddy

  36. We were very sorry to hear the news of Edie’s passing. When we think back on our years on Mystic Pines Circle, we’ll certainly always remember Edie’s sense of humor, smile, and thoughtfulness.

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