Terry Quinn

Feb 07, 1942
Québec, CAN
Where they grew up
Québec, CAN


Terry Quinn

Terry Quinn... he was married to wife Micheline (children Michel, Paul, Nathalie)... he was 76 years old when he passed away in August 2018... was president and chief operating officer of NSK-RHP Canada, Inc...

served as the 29th President of the Canadian Soccer Association (1992-98)... honoured as a Canada Soccer Life Member... posthumously honoured by the Canada Soccer Hall of Fame... honoured by the Québec Soccer Hall of Fame (Temple de la renommée du soccer québecoise)... recipient of Canada Soccer’s Aubrey Sanford Meritorious Service Award in 2012...

as Canada Soccer president, attended the FIFA World Cup Final match on 17 July 1994...

said Jim Fleming in 1998, “it is no easy task to lead this large, diverse organisation (Canada Soccer) and Terry in his own quiet, dignified manner has done a commendable job”...

For Sport

served as 29th President of Canada Soccer (1992-93 to 1996-97)... served on the Canada Soccer finance committee (1985) and then as Director of Finances (1986 to 1992)... served as Head of Delegation with Canada Soccer’s National Teams from 1987 to 1992, including the International Women’s Football Tournament 1988 and men’s FIFA World Cup Qualifiers... also traveled with Canada to the FIFA Women’s World Cup Sweden 1995...

during his tenure as Canada Soccer President, Canada qualified for the FIFA Women’s World Cup for the first time in organisation history... during his tenure as Canada Soccer President, Canada hosted the 1994 Concacaf Women’s Championship and 1996 Concacaf Men’s Olympic Qualifying Tournament...

served as Deputy Chairman of the CONCACAF Youth Commission... served as Director with the Canadian Olympic Association... served on the FIFA Disciplinary Committee (1994 to 1998)... served on the Disciplinary Committee for the FIFA Futsal World Cup Spain 1996... served as a member of The Soccer Hall of Fame’s board of directors (2005-2011)...

served as Vice-President and Treasurer for AS Pierrefonds (1974-79)... served as a member of the Québec Soccer finance committee (1981)... served as Vice-President (1982-83) and then President of ARS St-Louis (1986)... served as Secretary, Treasurer, and Vice-President of Québec Soccer (1983-1990)... served as Director of Supra Montréal (1990)...

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