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By Beka Compton
The Times 

Civil Deputy Tim Quigg celebrates 40 years in law enforcement

Four decades in law enforcement, Deputy Quigg has no plans to retire anytime soon

 

November 26, 2020

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Civil Deputy Tim Quigg hit a coveted law enforcement milestone when he celebrated 40 years of service. Fondly known as 'The Fossil' within the Columbia County Sheriff's Office, Quigg has experience as both a dispatcher and an officer.

DAYTON-Civil Deputy Tim Quigg has hit a major milestone at the Columbia County Sheriff's Office. On November 21, Quigg celebrated four decades of service, with no plans to retire anytime soon.

Quigg took his first steps towards a long law enforcement career in March of 1980. He attended Washington State University, where he majored in journalism and minored in English, with aspirations of becoming a teacher or a writer.

He was working as a clerk at Freddie's Food Mart in Dayton while putting out resumes for his desired field of work. A long-time family friend, Sergeant George Mitchell of...



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