Former Quincy High School athletic director Tuttle passes away

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Kaycie Tuttle

QUINCY — Former Quincy High School athletic director Kaycie Tuttle passed away July 24 after a battle with cancer, the Quincy School District announced on Wednesday.

Tuttle served as the high school’s athletic director from 2016-19. Tuttle was an instructional coach and teacher before her time as athletic director.

“Kaycie’s love and passion for student-athletes and athletic programs made her a fantastic addition to the Quincy High School staff and QSD administrative team,” read the school district’s post.

A memorial service is scheduled for Monday, Aug. 5, at 3:30 p.m. at the Holy Apostles Catholic Church in East Wenatchee.

— Staff report

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