PETERBOROUGH — As he lay in a hospital bed for three days, the calls for Bob McQuillen came in from across the country. There were calls from former students and musicians who knew McQuillen as a mentor, teacher and musician. Above all, they knew him as a friend.
McQuillen, a former police chief, teacher and legendary musician, was surrounded by dozens of friends and visitors in his room at Catholic Medical Center in Manchester. At age 90, he had suffered a massive stroke while eating dinner at Brady’s Restaurant in Peterborough Sunday night.
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