Paul J. Quigley

Ballston Lake, New York


Ballston Lake, New York


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Paul J. Quigley, 82, of Ballston Lake, entered into eternal rest on Saturday, November 7, 2015 at Schuyler Ridge Residential Health Care. Born in Hoosick Falls, NY on February 26, 1933, he was the son of the late Paul Quigley and Florence (McMahon) Quigley. Paul received his bachelor's degree...

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To all of the Quigley family, I am so deeply sorry for this terrible loss. What a beautiful legacy your father left behind in all of you. May God give you peace and comfort in the coming days.

To the Quigley Family,

You have my deepest sympathy in your loss of Paul, to me, Coach Quigley, like many, many other of his students at Shenendehowa. I knew Coach from my elementary school days straight through high school. But, the memory that I carry with me most dearly to this day was when he was just starting out as a Shen Phys Ed teacher. My 5th or 6th grade class was playing ball in the elementary gym, boys vs. girls. The game was getting a bit out of hand and I was up. ...

To the Quigley Family,
I am deeply saddened to learn of Paul's - always Mr. Quigley to me - passing. I had the fortune of playing many years of high school sports with one of my best friends Paul, Jr., and that in itself was a lot of fun. However, one of my most enjoyable experiences ever was playing 8th grade CYO basketball for Coach Quigley. He was a great coach and a godly role model. He was truly a gentle-man whose enthusiastic smile and genuine concern for how I and my family...

To the entire Quigley clan, we are so sorry for you loss. What a wonderful father and grandfather he was. He will be greatly missed. Our thoughts are with you.
Love Always,
Tracey and Courtney Murphy

To the Quigley family,

We are so sorry about your loss. May you be comforted by loving memories of dad and grandpa.

The Thibaults

Dear Eleanor & family, we were so sorry to read of Paul's death. He & I were such friends all my memories are with a smile. Take care, you have a wonderful family. Jim & June Moore

Paul, I haven't seen you in so many years but I just thought of you the other day. I am thinking of you today with much sympathy for the passing of your father. The apple didn't fall far from the tree. - Mary Blessing

I'm very sorry for your loss Tina, Kelly and family. My thoughts are with you.

Your family has been blessed to have such a wonderful man, he coached me at Shen, and after graduation in '64 whenever I saw him somewhere, he would be sure to shake my hand and converse. He will be missed for sure, may God Bless the whole family at this time.