On March 24, 2011, we lost our good friend and co-worker, Jeff Quick. All of us at the Brown County Radio Hour project are deeply saddened and still shocked by his sudden passing. Jeff was a hard-working, can-do friend upon whom we all leaned. He loved our radio project and knew we were capable of great and wonderful things and he had many ideas for future shows. What seemed easy to him, being an IT specialist by trade, we struggled to learn, but gradually gained some of his know how and confidence. It will be hard to replace him, and yet we know he would want our project to go forward.
The Brown County Hour dedicates Episode #5 (April 2011),
the last one Jeff had a hand in making,
to our dear, departed friend and colleague.
Obituary, Bond-Mitchell Funeral Home
Jeffrey L. Quick, 50, of Nashville, passed away March 24 in Columbus. He was born March 13, 1961 in Indianapolis to Irvin & Joyce (Taylor) Quick.
Jeff was an IT supervisor at Job Corps, Camp Atterbury. He was a volunteer for WHFB Radio Hour & was a member of Moonwalkers. Jeff attended Vincennes University.
Survivors include, his wife, Carmen (Bryant) Quick, Nashville, mother, Joyce Quick, Nashville, daughter, Halley Quick, South Bend, & son, Austin Quick, Martinsville. He was preceded in death by his father.