Family, friends remember Kevin Quick at candlelight vigil

Posted at 11:27 PM, Feb 08, 2014

WAYNESBORO, Va. (WTVR) -- Hundreds of people gathered at the Waynesboro Police Department for a candlelight vigil Saturday night.

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Friends and family remembered Waynesboro Police Captain Kevin Quick. His body was found Thursday in Goochland County after he had disappeared Friday night after leaving his mother's Afton home to see the mother of this four month old daughter, but never made it there.

"We're just trying to figure out why?...I mean it's just sickening," said Jason Quick, Kevin's youngest brother.

The tragedy has devastated the entire Waynesboro community, but on Saturday those who knew him came together to reflect on the good times.

"Whenever you needed him, you pick up the phone and he was right there," said Jason Quick.

"He was always with me working, the nicest guy you could ever be around," said Buck Fitzgerald, who knew Kevin Quick for over 15 years.

Many still have questions on how this all happened, but say Kevin Quick's memory will shine on forever.

"God's got another angel up there," said Kevin Quick's aunt.