Mr. Randy Quillin
MODERN ERA CATEGORY (RETIRED less than 25 years from induction)
Mr. Randy Quillin retired in 2012 with 40 year of service (1972-2012) as a teacher, coach, and administrator for Kingsport City Schools. During Mr. Quillin's tenure with KCS, he has served as a Dobyns-Bennett High School physical education/wellness teacher (head of the department), assistant principal, assistant girls basketball coach, assistant football coach, and freshman baseball coach. While at Sevier Middle School, he was a physical education/wellness teacher, assistant principal, head girls basketball coach, assistant football coach, assistant boys basketball coach, and co-head track coach. In addition, Mr. Quillin served in the Navy, Navy Reserves, and the Tennessee Army National Guard. During his time as an administrator, he artfully mastered the skill of disciplining students while still working with them to improve and build upon their behavior, academics, and growth as a young person. He is noted for his outstanding leadership skills, love for his community, and his overall commitment to supporting all students to the highest degree. Mr. Quillin is recognized for possessing the skills, passion, and knowledge to effectively teach, coach, mentor, and lead; changing the lives and paths of generations of students. Randy Quillin was elected to the KCS Hall of Fame in the Modern Era category (Retired less than 25 years from induction).