Rita Quigley

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Rita Quigley
Born (1923-03-31)31 March 1923
Bell, California, U.S.
Died August 25, 2008(2008-08-25) (aged 85)
Arroyo Grande, California, U.S.
Resting place
Calvary Cemetery, Los Angeles
Occupation Actress
Years active 1940–1948
Spouse(s) Arthur J. Goehner (his death); 6 children: Daughters:Judy Sims (d. 2005) and T.C. Goble. Sons: Martin, Paul, Andre and Patrick Goehner

Rita Quigley was born Rita Allene Quigley on March 31, 1923, in Bell, California, and died on August 25, 2008, in Arroyo Grande, California.[1] Quigley was an actress who later became the Corporate Secretary, and the first woman on the board of directors, of the Petroleum Club of Los Angeles. She was the elder sister of Juanita Quigley, who was also an actress, beginning in films at the age of three in 1934.[2]

Quigley made her film debut in 1940 in Susan and God, and appeared in more than a dozen other movies, including "Five Little Peppers in Trouble," The Howards of Virginia and The Human Comedy.

She is buried in Calvary Cemetery in Los Angeles.[3]


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