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Tim Quinn found dead in apartment

Editorial cartoonist Tim Quinn was found dead Saturday. Tim has been the editorial cartoonist for the Sequim Gazette (WA) since 1984 and established himself as a multi-faceted artist working in chain saw carvings, stained glass, painting and drawing. Police do not suspect foul play, but natural causes. An autopsy will still be performed. Tim was 62 years old.

Community Comments

#1 Lillian Penn
@ 5:39 pm

I just want to say that Tims best work by far was..his son Sean, my husband.

#2 "Marilegs" Roney Honchen
@ 6:22 pm

Tim Quinn lived with my family for several years. I was 7-9 years old. He taught me to draw Mickey Mouse. He showed me how important it was to write letters by hand and not on the computer. I still wrote him letter on the computer …. at least you can read the handwritting! Here we are 30 years later and I am blessed for having Tim in my life. We were still pen pals to date!
I will miss you Tim!!!

#3 janice cimmer
@ 1:22 am

I miss you, Tim. I miss you now and I will miss you then, but in my heart you will always make me smile. Thank you. JC

#4 Jackie Hollebeck
@ 2:15 pm

I met Tim when he first moved to Sequim. We became good friends and always stayed in touch. It saddens me that it took so long for me to hear about his passing. The last time I saw him was after he carved the drawings in the bluff in 93, which he had included a carving of my face in it. I’ll miss him dearly and may he rest in peace.

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