September 17th, 2007 · 1 Comment
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// Oct 9, 2007 at 3:04 am
Concerning your very brief info about Richard Quigley having friends and family by his side, you may have been very much mislead. His three youngest daughters and as far as I know his only blood children were here in the small town of Safford Arizona at the time of his passing. I myself being the oldest of the three had only seen him once since the age of 12years old and that was about 2 years ago. After so many years of no help for myself, my younger sisters, amd my mother raising us by herself, it’s nice to know that the state of California could pay so much out in settlements over helmet laws, but couldn’t ever do anything about helping three very young children get what they were entitled to from their father financially and emotionally. He might have been a hero to so many people over helmet laws and other such items, where was he when I was growing up and needed him. $100.00 during his brief visit was a help and a nice pizza dinner o.k., but that surely dosen’t make up for the the things he wasn’t around for. The birth of his first grandson, whom unfortuneately died shortly after his birth. Too much missed and too much pain caused, the readers can go ahead and admire the man they believed him to be, but the main thing he had ever said in my life will always stay with me. “Did you get what you wanted for Christmas, awe too bad cause I sure did, Ha Ha.”
That for letting me express just what I thought of the man who helped bring me in the world and than ran.
Melody Quigley (FIRST BORN DAUGHTER)
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