Roger D. Quigley, 69 of Palm Bay, FL passed away Monday, September 13, 2021 at Health First Hospice, West Melbourne, FL.
Roger was born December 3, 1951 in Elmira, NY, the son of Robert and Eunice (DePue) Quigley. He had been a resident of Palm Bay for 4 years, coming from Colorado. He worked as a framing carpenter.
Survivors include his mother, Eunice Quigley of Vero Beach, FL; brother, David Quigley of Palm Bay, FL; sister, Dawn Bailey of Palm Bay, FL; brother, Robert Quigley of West Palm Beach, FL; sister, Denise Homa of West Palm beach, FL.
He was preceded in death by his father, Robert Quigley and brother, Richard Quigley.
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