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Patrick J Quigley
Age: 38
Occupation: Partner
Worked for: PricewaterhouseCoopers
Originally from: Willingboro NJ
Resided in: Wellesley Hills
School: John F Kennedy High School, Willingboro
College: Rutgers
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From Philadelphia Inquirer
http://inq.philly.com/content/inquirer/2001/10/21/specials/victims/VICQUIGLEY21.htm
-- Irish Tribute (Friend)
22 Oct 2001

From NY Times, April 21, 2002
Patrick J. Quigley IV: Great Brother, Great Friend

Patrick J. Quigley IV lived in 21 places in 40 years, and at school he and his sister, Ruth Quigley-Lawrence, were always in the same grade, though she was 11 months older. "I always knew who I was going to play with on the playground, I always knew who I was eating lunch with," she recalled. "He was the slowest eater."

The siblings had their own version of Korean, different from the one their mother taught them. They ended up together in classes at Rutgers, and she married her brother's roommate and best friend. Mr. Quigley lived with them for a year, when his consulting job brought him to her company, and he took over her desk when she left.

Their older brother, John, said that Patrick chose a few things to do well, and did them very well. "He was just very even, very focused," he said.

Last summer Mr. Quigley, a partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers, and his wife, Patricia, bought a house in Wellesley, Mass., to put down roots. Their two children are Rachel, 6, and Leah, who was born in October.

Mr. Quigley was on Flight 175 on Sept. 11.

"Some people you like and you don't know why B yeah, he was like one of those guys," said his father, Patrick Quigley Jr. "I guess you would've liked him if you met him."
-- Anon (Friend { })
03 May 2002

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