Quentin was a wonderful gentleman and a darn smart radiologist. I was hired to replace him in 1987, when he retired and I could barely fit in his shoes. I remember the technologists standing at the door and Dr. John McGreer, in the room across, telling me that "Brad" would do it this way, which always happened to be the correct way. He had a cool wit, a house with pizazz, and a love of golf, that I shall never forget. Here's to reading some more xrays in your memory.
January 27, 2013 | Chapel Hill, NC