John McGuigan is a professor of English and film studies at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. His expertise ranges from British and Irish literature, writing, to cinema.
He has been a faculty member at UW-Whitewater since 2004 and served as director of its Office of Global Experiences. His interests include British and Irish literature, twentieth-century film studies, and screenwriting.
Early Life and Education
John was an admirable human being who enjoyed family, his job and being outdoors. His impressive work ethic earned him a place of honor at pipefitters union headquarters when he retired in July 2019. For four decades, McQuiggan never shied away from challenges or learning new things; his big heart made him popular among those around him who knew and loved him. John will be missed by all who knew and loved him; it is only fitting that we honor his memory by giving back in whatever form that may take. It truly makes the world a better place because of him; may we all remember John with love today.”
John McGquiggan boasts an impressive professional history, encompassing acting and producing theatre. He’s written screenplays for several plays such as A Few Good Men and The Farnsworth Invention, plus several biopics. Additionally, he’s adapted numerous plays for the stage and received numerous awards and accolades along the way.
McQuiggan served as assistant director of athletic communications at Northeast Conference member Bryant from 2015 to 2020, overseeing their football, men’s basketball and lacrosse programs. Additionally he helped grow their social media following to one of the largest in the NEC while developing men’s golf and lacrosse programs. McQuiggan earned his bachelor’s degree from Quinnipiac and is currently working towards his master’s degree in business administration at Saint Francis University.
Achievements and Honors
John McGquiggan is Coventry’s most successful director of city development and has spearheaded its redevelopment. With a career spanning transportation, economic development, property acquisition and partnership initiatives to create the Coventry of tomorrow, John has earned himself a place of honor in his home city with a Lifetime Achievement Award from The Courier-Mail newspaper. His dedication and vision for his beloved city has been recognized by its local paper with this accolade.
McQuiggan is not only an accomplished director, but also a highly successful entrepreneur with the capacity to create innovative products and services. His company of marketing and communications specialists assist his clients in reaching their objectives – earning him numerous accolades in this area of marketing and business strategy.
John McQuiggan is an acclaimed American actor who has received numerous accolades throughout his career. Additionally, he adapted three great dramas from American theatre for feature film production and is currently developing two screenplays.
John was born in Quincy and the son of Paul McGuiggan and Anna McGuiggan (Shields). Survived by his wife Christine McQuiggan of North Attleboro and children Maria and John McQuiggan of Jamaica Plain, as well as siblings Paul McGuiggan from Marshfield, Daniel McGuiggan also from Marshfield, Jane Churchill of Scituate, Matthew McGuiggan from Braintree and Anne McGuiggan also from Quincy.
He was an active member of Pipefitters Union Local 537 for 40 years and retired in July 2019. His friends and family will sadly miss him dearly, particularly his friendship with Helene Whitehouse who passed away earlier this year.
John Mcquiggan is a British businessman estimated to have an net worth of $25-34K. He has lived in Hallandale, Florida for over one year and does not have any children living with him. Additionally, John owns or rents 112 Sw 1st Ave – a residential property. He holds a bachelor of arts in arts from St. Bonaventure University and has been employed at Permira LLC for eight years, where he currently serves on their IT team and was previously employed as a desktop support professional at Kennedys. He serves on several industry boards, such as the California Citrus Growers Association and Produce Marketing Association. A loving son to the late Paul McGuiggan and Anna (Shields) McGuiggan, he is survived by his loving wife Christine McGuiggan of Jamaica Plain, MA; brother Daniel and sister-in-law Denise McGuiggan of Marshfield, MA; and beloved papa to Josephine Anna and Finnegan James McGuiggan.