Hundreds come together to pay tribute to Maxine Quigg & Terry O’Brien
May 2, 2021. Summarized by summa-bot.
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The faces said it all and so did the sounds.Hundreds gathered in Watertown’s Public Square Saturday night to pay their respects to 53-year-old Terry O’Brien and 50-year-old Maxine Quigg.
Hundreds gathered in Watertown’s Public Square Saturday night to pay their respects to 53-year-old Terry O’Brien and 50-year-old Maxine Quigg, the two victims of Wednesday’s shooting at their business: Bridgeview Real Estate Services in downtown Watertown.
Just unbelievably good, decent people,” said Watertown Mayor Jeff Smith.
We grieve with them and we want them to know they’re loved by the realtor family,” said Lance Evans, Executive Officer of the Jefferson-Lewis Board of Realtors.
So on behalf of the 19,500 soldiers of the 10th Mountain Division, we’d like to personally express our condolences to Terry and Maxine’s family,” said Major General Brian Mennes, the 10th Mountain Division Commanding General.
Community oriented people,” said McNeely.
And there’s nothing she couldn’t do,” said Connor Quigg, Maxine’s son.
“As I know is true for the O’Brien family, our bonds are stronger than life itself, as we have always known, and now know more than ever,” said Maxine’s daughter Kennedy Quigg.