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Timothy P. Quigley

May 8, 1965 — October 15, 2022

Timothy P. Quigley, 57, of Green Bay, Wisconsin passed peacefully at home on October 15, 2022. Tim was battling liver cancer and was surrounded by loved ones in his final moments.

Family and friends knew him as a kind and giving person. The way he died is just the way he lived. He wrote his own rules. He fought authority and he paved his own way. AND if you said he couldn't do it, he would make sure he could. People knew hanging out with him would end up spending a night in jail or a massive hangover the next day but people still loved him. He lived a 1, 000 years in the 57 years we had with him because he attacked life; he grabbed it by the lapels, kissed it, and swung it back onto the dance floor. He was always moving, always busy doing something, always creating things, fixing things or dancing. He LOVED music. All kinds. A great night for him would be sitting with friends and enjoying a barrage of music, remembering, and reminiscing. This poem is something he would definitely express. MISS ME BUT LET ME GO author unknown When I come to the end of the day, and the sun has set for me. I want no rites in a gloom-filled room. Why cry for a soul set free? Miss me a litttle, but not too long, And not with your head bowed low, Remember the love we once shared--- Miss me, but let me go. For this is a journey we all must take, and each must go alone. It's all part of the Maker's plan. A step on the road to home. When you are lonely and sick at heart, go to the friends we know. And bury your sorrows in doing good deeds--- Miss me, but let me go.

Tim was born in Escanaba, MI on May 8, 1965 to parents John Quigley and Margaret Quigley (Sheedlo). He graduated from Ashwaubenon High School in 1984.

Tim started his career in the machining industry in 1985 working for Aerotech, Inc. in Tucson, Arizona. In 1988 he moved back to Green Bay and continued working as a CNC Lathe Operator at Northwest Engineering, Lindquist Machine, and later opened a business on August 18, 2009 named Action, Tool Die & Mold, LLC in Ashwaubenon with partners Andy Schuster and Eric VandenBusch.

Tim is survived by his father, John Quigley, older brother Kevin Quigley, younger sister, Kristina Gross, and younger brothers Darrin, Thomas (Pam) and Jacob Quigley. His niece Brittany Gross and Katie Schlies, nephews Simon, Riley, and Henry Quigley, and great nephew Dominic Quinonez (Gross) He is preceded in death by his mother Margaret Quigley, niece Ashley Gross, both sets of grandparents, and aunts and uncles.

A very special that you to our dear friend Robin Dutcher who was with his sister Kris till the end and was with her at Tim's side until he passed, to all the healthcare workers at Unity Hospice, to Tim's business partner Andy Schuster, to his father John, to his niece Brittany and great nephew Dominic, to his cousins Jane, Patti, and Kelly, to his aunt Pat, aunt Max and uncle John, to his brother Thomas, and to his nephews Simon and Riley that made special visits to see him.

Tim's sister Kristina will be holding a "Celebration of Life" event to be determined at a later date with family and close friends. More information regarding this will be posted on Facebook.
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