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Thomas Ray QUIJENCIO

23 agosto , 194630 diciembre , 2020

Thomas Ray QUIJENCIO nació el 23 de agosto de 1946 y falleció el 30 de diciembre de 2020 y está bajo el cuidado de Funeraria del Angel National City.

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Mike Burr

febrero 15, 2021

I worked with Tom his last two weeks. He loved his children and riding his motorcycle. He was honest, smart, a great man. I think of him daily. I’m good friends with his brother. Another great man. We often talk about memories of Tom. Thank you for your time.

Bob & Doris vignato

febrero 6, 2021

We are so sorry for your loss !

I have such fond happy memories working with tom on the fire dept.

Ken Guyer

febrero 6, 2021

Worked with "TQ" when I was at Training Station 20. Eager to learn, always asking questions, always ready to try something new and unknown. He was a good man and a great Firefighter. God Bless.

Robert Brock

febrero 5, 2021

Worked a few shifts with Tom and got to know him when I was investigating fires. What a fun great guy, always had a positive note . Tom was the kind of fireman you want on your back, I’d fight any fire with him anytime, anywhere. He was dedicated, fun at the same time and a great friend. See you at the Big Station 1 when I get there. Brother Bob Brock.

Nancy Shuster

febrero 5, 2021

My deepest and sincere thoughts go out to Tom's wife and family.
Nancy Shuster ( retired Airport FS)


Blessed are those who mourn, for they will be comforted.
Matthew 5:4

BILL OBER

febrero 5, 2021

I remember Tommy coming to Fire Station 5 for truck training. He was very enthusiastic and eager to learn.
He was a very good Fireman and a better person. His smile lit up the Fire House and was someone you could always depend upon at any emergency.
Deepest Sympathy goes out to all his family.

Bill Ober
SDFD 1975-2006
B Division

Thomas Rouse

febrero 5, 2021

Liz and family: Judy and I were saddened when we found out that Tom had passed away. I remember the times at station 36 when we were part of the crew with Capt Fred Wright and Ron Cervantes. The girls were into Bobby Sox Softball and we loved hearing about their games. May the Lord be with you in this time of sorry. We will all see each other some day. It is promised. Tom and Judy Rouse