Funeral services held for Mashpee man killed in Cotuit crash

The casket of Kevin Quinn is carried into Christ the King Parrish in Mashpee for his funeral. Quinn’s widow can be seen at right holding their new baby.

Kevin Quinn

MASHPEE – Kevin Quinn, the Mashpee man who was killed in a head-on crash in Cotuit last week, in Cotuit, was laid to rest on Monday. Funeral services were held at Christ the King Parish in Mashpee attended by friends family and co-workers. Solo motorcycle riders and U.S. Marine veterans also took part in the ceremony lining the road in front of the church and along Route 151. Friends remembered him as a loving and caring man who will be greatly missed. Following the funeral burial services took place at the Massachusetts National Cemetery in Bourne.

Quinn was killed on July 28th when a vehicle allegedly being pursued by Mashpee Police veered into his lane and collided head-on. He was returning home from Cape Cod Hospital after visiting his wife and newborn baby. The other driver Manuel Rivera was also killed and a passenger in his vehicle, Jocelyn Goyette passed away a few days later in a hospital. Mashpee Police have opened an internal investigation into the incident according to Police Chief Scott Carline.

Kevin Quinn’s employees turned out en masse for his funeral service.
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