Randall “Randy” Beard Quigley, 70

Randall “Randy” Beard Quigley, 70, husband of Denise Elaine (Ricketts) Quigley, passed away on Friday, July 15, 2022 at his home surrounded by his loving family.

Born in Pottstown on August 8th, 1951, he was the son of the late Clifford Gonder Quigley and Ada Kathryn (Beard) Quigley.

Randy was the owner-operator of Site Tech Assoc. excavation company for 30+ years. He was very gifted in the department of estimating construction sites and was an excellent draftsman as well, as many called upon his expertise for his entire lifetime. He operated every piece of heavy equipment for his company along with his employees. He was a very driven, strong, and brilliant man and he accomplished nearly everything he set out to do. Among those many accomplishments, he built his family home- his pride and joy. Randy loved fishing, boating, and enjoying days at the beach with his family, vacationing to their summer home in Delaware ever year. Having been raised by generations of Irish fisherman, Randy’s love of the water truly ran in his blood. He had the mind like that of a calculator and was amazing with numbers. He was a jack-of-all-trades from fixing cars with his kids to making the most delicious strawberry shortcake you ever tasted. Most of all he had the kindest heart and was always ready to give a big hug and smile and a guaranteed wonderful conversation about anything and everything. He will be very sorely missed by all.

Surviving along with his wife Denise of 27 years, are his children Lisa Quigley, Jaime Quigley, Stephen Childers, Natalie Lewis, wife of Joseph Lewis, Malissa Quigley, and Randall Ryan Quigley; sister Pamela Beard (Quigley) McCullough; grandchildren Chloe, Jaylynn, Leileah, Ashton and Kolton, Simone, Remi, Julien, Vaylen, and Carli. He is predeceased by his sister Julia Beard (Quigley) DePietro and his brother Clifford Beard Quigley.

A funeral service will be held on Friday, July 22, 2022, at 11:00AM at Catagnus Funeral Home (711 N. Franklin St., Pottstown, PA 19464). Burial will follow at Highland Memorial Park. A viewing will also be held on Friday, July 22, 2022, from 10:00-11:00AM at the funeral home.

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OMG guys I just heard and I am so so sorry to hear about Randy. We all loved him and will miss him. I feel like I know the whole family because he loved all of you so much he would talk about his family ever day that I felt like I knew you all And Wow could he make you laugh, He’d get me laughing so hard sometimes I’d have to leave the room, My heart goes out to all of you.

~ Carl Bales
7/24/2022 6:40:22 AM

Meeting the quigley's in 2004 was like meeting a long lost relative. The 1st time I met Denise and Randy, Denise asked what did you make for dinner last night. I cannot remember what that was,but then she said so you didn't make a pigs head with an apple in it's mouth. I said no but then I remember little Larry watching an episode of ed ed and Eddie recently. That was the 1st laugh we had of many.. Watching our children grow up from that time to 2018 when they moved from Delaware gave us so many fond memories. We moved in 2018 also and had the pleasure of having Randy down to our new house..He was so relaxed Fishing crabbing,dancing and just reminiscing those years . It brought a smile to us all. Having Randy as our friend was our pleasure. He called us his Peeps. His favorite topic was his family and of course his His grandchildren. We will miss Randy very much. His kindness and smile will always be remembered by the Poffs.

~ Jean Marie Millsboro, DE
7/21/2022 9:00:39 PM

Dad, I'll make you proud and I will carry on your name for my lifetime.

~ Jaime Quigley
7/21/2022 7:52:33 PM

In 1968 , Randy became my brother-in law . Right from the start , he proved to a great provider for his new family . His work ethic became well known to all , over the following decades . Randy , was good listener and a problem solver . My father loved him as a son . They did projects together, went fishing a lot in Delaware . Lisa ( his first daughter ) became everyone’s bit of sunshine . Randy was affable and approachable to all . If Randy was your friend , then he was your friend for life . He saved my brothers life one night after a motorcycle accident . Over all the years that have passed , I always referred to Randy as “ Brother Randy “ . He will be missed by myself and many others . Rest In Peace Brother

~ Bill Mcfarland Little River, SC
7/20/2022 5:53:18 AM

I've thought about Randy through the years and I am saddened by his passing. I have so many good memories of him during a short part of my childhood and I have always missed him and wanted to reach out to him, but never did because I didnt think he would remember me. I will never forget the time when he just planted trees around his pond and at Christmas time that year, I thought they were so little and cute so I went into his garage and took a hacksaw and cut it down and put it in my bedroom. Im pretty sure he was mad, but he didnt show it. He let me know he wasnt happy about it in his own stern but gentle way. I could go on and on...He will forever be missed.

~ AMK
7/19/2022 11:40:44 PM

Randy will be remembered as a kind, gentle man Spending time with Randy and the family was always special I raise a glass to you! Sending prayers for Randy and the Quigley family ????

~ Eileen Mooney
7/19/2022 10:52:58 PM

Dear Quigley Family, Sending hugs and prayers Theresa Hane Hinaman

~ Theresa Hinaman
7/19/2022 7:14:45 PM