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Patricia Quigley-Ayscue

Patricia Quigley-Ayscue, former Inquirer reporter, dies at 63

By David Wildstein, November 02 2019 10:05 pm

Patricia Quigley-Ayscue, a former Philadelphia Inquirer reporter and the Assistant Director of Public Relations at Rowan University, died on October 31 after an illness.  She was 63.

She worked for The Inquirer for twelve years and had been an editor at he Suburban Newspaper Group, according to an obituary.  She joined Rowan in 1998, and worked as an Adjunct Professor of Communications.

Quigley-Ayscue was the stepmother of Democratic strategist Steve Ayscue.  She is survived by her husband, Brian, and her mother.

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