Jeffrey John Quigley, age 53, of Isanti, passed away on Tuesday, August 25, 2015. He is preceded in death by Daniel Quigley (father) and Carol Quigley (mother). He is survived by siblings: Scott, Kim Miron, Dawn Steimer, Pam, Curtis, and Timmy; by son, Clinton; daughter-in-law, Crystal; granddaughter Ruthie; grandson Otto; beloved dog, Dirty Harry; ex-wife, Roxann Demulling.

Early in life Jeff competed for the Mr. Minnesota title, and maintained a passion for fitness throughout his remaining years. You could find him at rock concerts such as Bob Dylan, Poison and Mazy Star. Attending classic car shows and competing in cooking contests were hobbies he enjoyed with his son, Clinton. Jeff was known for his love of camping and the outdoors, as well as his interest in Duluth (Lake Superior). He was heavily involved in the Long Lake Association, and enjoyed reading ALL the local newspapers. Harry, his dog, was his very dear friend. He spent countless hours with his grandchildren... biking, crafts, playing guys, swimming, playing school, soccer, camping, thrift store shopping, ice skating, playing at the park, eating McDonald's.

Jeff will be immensely missed by people in all walks of life.

Special thanks to the support team: Clinton, Roxann and Kim. And to Fairview Hospice staff Becky and Amy.

A memorial service was held Saturday, August 29 at Mattson Funeral Home, Forest Lake.

Online condolences may be made at Cards and memorials may be directed to Mattson Funeral Home and Cremation Services, 343 N. Shore Drive, Forest Lake, MN 55025.

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