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Jeffrey Eugene Quinn, was born in Glendale, CA on June 8, 1964. After graduating from High School he joined the Air Force. When his enlistment ended, he returned to California and began building a successful Financial Consulting business while also serving in the Air Force Reserves. During this time he met and eventually married, Kerry. A few years later, their family was complete when their daughter, Madi, was born. However, life was about to change as Jeff was called to active duty after September 11, 2001. When he returned from active duty, Jeff and Kerry had to decide whether to rebuild his financial consulting business or explore other careers. Jeff was hired by 1st American Title Company in sales and business development. Soon, his gift with numbers and encouraging others became evident and he earned many promotions. He loved the challenge each new opportunity presented. After several years he was offered the position of State Manager to oversee the operations of 1st American Title Company for the State of Alaska. Jeff made many friends in Alaska and took the company’s performance and morale to new heights. Because of his success in Alaska, he was tasked with doing the same thing in Washington. Jeff, Kerry, and Madi, moved to Maple Valley 2 years ago and he began to tackle the job challenges and opportunities. Jeff died on October 31, 2018 and those career challenges and opportunities that so excited Jeff, must now be passed to another. In addition to work, Jeff loved the outdoors. He loved fishing, hunting, camping and sitting by the campfire. Most of all, Jeff loved Kerry and Madi. He loved to spoil them and spared no expense in showing his love. Kerry said, “Jeff was my rock, and I was his.” Jeff is survived by his wife, Kerry; their daughter, Madi; and his father, Harry.
The United States Air Force will render military honors at 1:00 pm, Monday, November 19th, at Tahoma National Cemetery. 18600 South East 240 th. Street, Covington, WA 98042. A Celebration of life will follow from 1:30 pm to 4:00 pm at Lake Wilderness Lodge. 22500 South East 248th Street, Maple Valley, WA 98038. A College Fund for Madi will be established by First American Title for anyone wishing to make a memorial donation.