• 326 Admiral Way
    Edmonds, Washington
    September 24, 2017
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    James Albert  Quentin
    September 24, 1945
    Seattle, Washington
    June 27, 2017
    Seattle, Washington
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    James A. Quentin

    September 24, 1945- June 27, 2017

    James A. Quentin. Just reading his name will bring a flood of fond memories to so many who knew him. Jim was an exceptionally honorable, dignified man, though humbly unaware of how strong his influence was. His joy in understanding and helping others made him an easy man to respect and love.

    Jim grew up in West Seattle, exploring the Pacific Northwest and the shores of Puget Sound. As a young man, he worked in his Grandfather’s fish and chips restaurant where his strong work ethic began. It is said that his grandfather was as kind and gentle as Jim- a great influence on the wonderful person he became. In high school his experiences with Seattle Mountain Rescue helped form his calm demeanor and commitment to always doing the right thing.

    In 1966 he enlisted in the U.S. Army. Following basic training at Fort Polk Army Base in Louisiana he arrived in Panama, and did not leave for two and a half years. He rose to the rank Sergeant E-5, and was assigned to the job of the Medical Evacuation NCO, where he was responsible for medical evacuations...

    In lieu of flowers, Jim’s family suggests memorial contributions be sent to:

    Alaska Airlines Employee Assistance Fund
    19530 International Boulevard, Suite 108
    Sea Tac, WA 98188

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