Quincy died at his home in Coshocton, Ohio, on Sept. 21, 2002.
At Princeton, Quincy was an electrical engineering major, a member of Whig-Clio, and a member of the Pistol Club. After completing a master's in engineering at Columbia U., Quincy returned to Ohio to earn a JD at Ohio State U.
He then returned to his hometown of Coshocton and joined the firm of Frase, Weir, Baker and McCullough as an attorney, where he worked for his entire career. At the time of his death Quincy was the village solicitor for the town of West Lafayette.
Quincy was a member of the Sacred Heart Catholic Church, the Ohio Bar Assn., the Coshocton Bar Assn., the Pomerene Center for the Arts, and the Coshocton Gun Club. He was a Republican. He was also a board member of Camp Echoing Hills and a past president of the Coshocton City Council.
Quincy is survived by his brother, W. Richard Baker, and two sisters, Phyllis Weih and Karen Mitzner. To each of them, the class extends its sympathies.
The Class of 1966