Expressing Condolences on the Passing of Stephen T. “Tim” Quigley, President of Sister Cities International Foundation

It is with heavy hearts that we, the members of Sister Cities International Foundation, bid farewell to our esteemed President, Mr. Stephen T. “Tim” Quigley, Jr., who passed away recently. Mr. Quigley’s legacy is deeply woven into the fabric of our organization, and his contributions have left an indelible mark on the communities we serve.

With over fifty years of dedicated service in senior executive roles across various sectors, Mr. Quigley brought a wealth of experience and leadership to his role as President of Sister Cities International Foundation. From his tenure as Chairman of the Sister Cities International Board of Directors to his distinguished career in the Navy, Mr. Quigley’s commitment to excellence and passion for fostering global connections were evident in everything he did.

Throughout his career, Mr. Quigley held positions of significant responsibility, including Chairman/CEO of NPG Multimedia, Inc., President/CEO of Silicon Valley Defense/Space Consortium, and Commanding Officer of Naval Air Station Moffett Field. His leadership extended beyond borders, serving as Executive Assistant to Commander in Chief, NATO Southern Forces Europe, and Commander in Chief, US Naval Forces Europe.

Mr. Quigley’s dedication to education and international cooperation was reflected in his academic achievements, having graduated from the United States Naval Academy and the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. His role as Course President at the NATO Defense College underscored his commitment to shaping future leaders in defense and diplomacy.

As we mourn the loss of a visionary leader, we also celebrate the profound impact Mr. Quigley had on our organization and the countless lives he touched. His legacy will continue to inspire us as we carry forward his vision of fostering global understanding and cooperation through sister city relationships.

On behalf of Sister Cities International Foundation, we extend our deepest condolences to Mr. Quigley’s family, friends, and colleagues. May his memory be a source of comfort and inspiration during this difficult time.