Quin Dupree: July 14, 2017

Quin Dupree

Table Rockers are again heartbroken over the loss of a member of our widespread and diverse family. Quin Dupree, a welder and pipeline inspector, passed suddenly a few days ago.

Quin was known to us all as a hard worker, musician, master of the barbeque pit, a kind-hearted but strong man, a good friend and one of the second fathers to many younger Table Rock residents. He will be greatly missed, both by his family members and those of us who worked and played with him. Our hearts go out to those he has left behind.

For those who’d like to know more about him or the services for him, please take a few minutes to read the obituary posted here.

About Dana

I spent 7 years at Table Rock with my wife, daughter and son. After transferring in from the Amarillo, Texas survey crew, I worked as a Plant Operator at Table Rock Processing Plant and later as a General Technician. Like most Table Rockers, life in Table Rock Village and working (and playing) in the Wyoming Red Desert had a great impact on the person I became. I now make my living as a freelance writer and I am working on a book about Table Rock and how it shaped the lives of the residents. I hope to share the stories of fellow Table Rockers as well as my own.
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