Ann Quinn McClellan Kerbaugh, 95

Published 8:22 am Tuesday, December 27, 2022

Ann Quinn McClellan Kerbaugh, 95, died December 19, 2022, surrounded by her children. She
was born June 23, 1927, in Springfield, Kentucky, to the late Edgar S. and Mary Isabel Simms
McClellan. Quinn attended St. Dominic School and graduated from St. Catherine’s Academy and
St. Catherine’s Junior College.
Quinn married Glyn D Kerbaugh in 1951, living first in Louisville and then moving to Danville in
Quinn was a faithful member of Saints Peter & Paul Catholic Church and will be remembered
for her devout Catholic faith. She marveled at the beauty of God’s creation and carried a deep
conviction for serving those in need.
She was especially devoted to her family and enjoyed every moment spent with her children,
grandchildren and great-grandchildren. She also was a natural at making everyone she met feel
like family with her kindness, compassion, support, encouragement and love. As the Kerbaugh
kids were growing up in Danville, Quinn made sure the doors were opened wide for neighbors,
classmates and friends to gather in a warm and welcoming home. She encouraged family and
friends to achieve and contribute, but above all to have faith and pray for others.
Quinn was a lifelong learner and fierce supporter of education at all levels. She encouraged her
children and grandchildren to go on to get advanced degrees, but to also find their calling and
pursue their own passions.

She was equally blessed with the best of friends and will be remembered fondly for her over-
the-top St. Patrick’s Day celebrations and her clever sense of humor.

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She lived each day with the hopes of making the world a better place, best embodied by the
words to one of her favorite songs: “Let there be peace on earth, and let it begin with me.”
Quinn is preceded in death by her husband Glyn D Kerbaugh, Sr., and her daughter Mary
Charlotte “Yotty” Kerbaugh.
Quinn is survived by her children: Glyn D “Binky” (Anne) Kerbaugh of Danville; Shoun Kerbaugh
of Bridgeville, Pennsylvania; Jean (Terry) Crowley of Danville; Ben (Judith Adams) Kerbaugh of
Seattle, Washington; Michael (Marie) Kerbaugh of Williston, Vermont; Richard (Mindi)
Kerbaugh of Danville; and Ann (Bill) Greisner of Lexington, Kentucky. She is also survived by her
grandchildren; Mary Quinn Ramer (Jeff Fugate), Simms (Jennifer) Kerbaugh, Martha (Daniel)
King, Julia (Albert) Leggett, Katy (Brandon) Freeman, Katherine (Michael) Beiting, John T.
Kerbaugh, Ryan Kerbaugh, Richard (Katherine) Crowley, Charlotte Crowley, Caroline (Drew)
Thomason, Alex Kerbaugh, Leigh Kerbaugh, John K. Kerbaugh, Abby (Luke) Tibbitts, Alexis (Will)
Kirk, Will Greisner, and Lucy Greisner; Her great-grandchildren include Winston Fugate,
Charlotte Fugate, Wolfe Kerbaugh, Wren Kerbaugh, Eliza King, Ben King, Hazel Leggett,
Matthew Beiting, Kate Beiting, Miles Kerbaugh, Pierce Kerbaugh, Rose Crowley, Bruce Crowley,
Christopher Thomason, and Ari Thomason.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be at noon, December 30, 2022, at Saints Peter & Paul Catholic
Church with Father Anthony McLaughlin officiating. Visitation will be 4 PM – 7 PM, Thursday,
December 29, 2022, at Saints Peter & Paul Catholic Church. Memorial donations are suggested
to the Mary Charlotte Kerbaugh Scholarship Fund, c/o Danville Independent Schools, 115 East
Lexington Ave., Danville, KY, 40422 or Saints Peter & Paul Catholic Church, 117 West Main
Street, Danville, KY, 40422. Online guestbook available at