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Paramedic Program Alumnus Fatally Shot
Contributions Sought for Quinn Boyer Relief Fund
May 09, 2013
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Foothill College Paramedic Program alumnus Quinn Boyer, 34, a Santa Clara County paramedic, was fatally shot while driving in the Oakland Hills in April. Six teens were arrested in connection with the homicide, which authorities describe as a carjacking turned lethal. A native of Oakland and resident of Dublin, Boyer graduated from Sonoma State University, Santa Rosa Fire Academy and the Foothill College Paramedic Program. He had been accepted to the primary care associate program that is presented by Foothill College and Stanford University. At the time of his death, Boyer was employed by Rural Metro Ambulance. He is survived by his wife and father, as well as his brothers and sisters in emergency responder professions.

Members of the Foothill College community may make contributions in his name to the Quinn Boyer Relief Fund through the San Francisco Police Department Credit Union (account number 1383532S5). Please indicate the fund name and account number on your check and send your donation to the Quinn Boyer Relief Fund, PO Box 22219, San Francisco, CA 94122-9988. Memorial services have been held. However, you may leave condolences online.

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