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Matthew Stanley Quay ’19

Published in Oct. 10, 1990, issue

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., until Jan. 1919. He graduated from Princeton in Feb. 1920, and his business career carried him to many different companies, including a railway, bolt, and rivet business; stock brokerage; travel agency (foreign countries); Carnegie Hero Fund commission; and others. in Feb. 1942, he was commissioned captain in the U.S. Air corps, and retired in Feb. 1958 as a It. colonel.

Stan married late in life. Mrs. Quay had a severe illness before her death. Stan attended reunions and always made the main ones.

Stan died on June 11, 1990, in Stanford, Fla. The Class extends its deep sympathy to his entire family.

The Class of 1919

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