Current Issue

Nov.17, 2010

Vol. 111, No. 4

Memorials

Memorials by Name: Q

Mary Quaintance '84

Mary Quaintance died by suicide Dec. 8, 1995, in New York, N.Y.Mary graduated with honors in comparative literature, receiving the Francis LeMoyne Page Creative Writing...

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Joseph Very Quarles '29

Joe, who was serving his second term as class president, died May 9, 1995. He prepared at Milwaukee Country Day School and at Hotchkiss, where a holiday was observed...

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George Stewart Quay II '45

George died Nov. 8, 2002, of cancer. He prepared for Princeton at Shady Side Academy in Pittsburgh. He was a member of Cottage Club played both varsity basketball...

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John Grier Quay '46

John died May 8, 2007, in Wyoming, Ohio. He was 81. He was born in East Orange, N.J., but lived in Egypt, where his father was a missionary, until he was sent to live...

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Matthew Stanley Quay '19

THE PERIPATETIC Stan Quay has made his last journey. He died Feb. 24, 1993, in a home in Houston. Stan was born in 1897 in Sewickley, Penn. He graduated from Hill School...

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Matthew Stanley Quay '19

STAN QUAY was born in Sewickley, Penn., on June 4, 1897. He prepared at Hill School, leaving Princeton Apr. 1, 1917 to enter the Naval Reserve, as lieutenant, j.g.,...

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Richard Robert Quay '26

DICK DIED of cardiopulmonary arrest on Oct. 20, 1992, at his home in Litchfield, Conn. He was about to celebrate his 88th birthday, on Oct. 28. Dick was born in N.Y.C....

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Robert Maxwell Quay '42

Bob died Feb. 18, 2002, at Weeks Memorial Center in Lancaster, N.H. He retired in 1985 after a long medical career, including 27 years as a general surgeon at Weeks...

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John Wahl Queen III '26

Johnny died Apr. 6, 2004, at his winter home in Naples, Fla. He was 98.Born in Jersey City, N.J., his career in the steel industry spanned many years, and he retired in...

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Robert S. Queener *66

Robert Queener, who had been a foreign service officer with the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), died March 12, 2013, of complications from...

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Frederick Quellmalz '34

Fred, one of the most prominent members of our class, died Dec. 29, 2005, after a long illness. He was 93 and suffered from Alzheimer's disease. The date of his death...

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Henry Quellmalz '37

Henry died Sept. 30, 2001, at Albany Memorial Hospital Hospice, Albany, N.Y. Born in Baltimore, he came to Princeton from the Gilman School. He majored in politics and...

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James Edward Quigley '35

Jim Quigley, affectionately known by his classmates and many friends as Quig or Quigle, left us Jan. 22, 1996. He was born in Chicago in 1913 and was schooled at Lake...

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William Conant Quinby '41

Bill died at home in Greenwich, Conn., on Sept. 24, 1997, after years of valiant struggling with prostate cancer. Constance Pierce Quinby, his wife of 53 years,...

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Howard V. Quinn '37

Howie Quinn died Dec. 4, 2010, in Clinton, N.Y. He was born in Utica, N.Y., and prepared for Princeton at Utica Country Day School, where he was on the football and...

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Nicholas Alvin Quinn '39

NICK DIED Oct. 6, 1990. A stroke five years ago placed some restrictions on Nick's ebullience but never dampened his enthusiasm for Princeton and our Class. He and Pat...

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Stanley John Quinn Jr. '36

STAN DIED Nov. 11, 1991, at home in Noank, Conn. At Princeton he majored in economics, was a member of Charter Club and Theatre Intime, and was coauthor of the Triangle...

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Frederic M. Quitkin '58

Fred Quitkin died Oct. 9, 2005, of pancreatic cancer. Fred came to Princeton from Samuel V. Tilden High School in New York, where he played football and baseball, and...

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