Kevin Quinn for Bartlett
Dedicated to Bartlett.
Committed to our progress.
Kevin Quinn was born and raised in the Arkansas Delta, south of Helena, then moved to Jonesboro, AR to attend Arkansas State University.
Kevin has lived in Bartlett for 18 years and Shelby County for 32 years. He is married to Crandall with 3 children (Elizabeth, Amelia & Robert) who attend Bartlett City Schools and they all live on the edge of the Bartlett Historic District. Kevin was elected as Bartlett Alderman Position 6 in 2020. In addition to formerly serving on the boards of several Memphis non-profits and the Shelby County Historical Commission, Kevin currently serves on the board of the Bartlett Education Foundation; the Tennessee Municipal League District 8 as Secretary; Chairman of the Bartlett Historic Preservation Commission; Alderman liaison to the Bartlett Performing Arts & Conference Center and the Bartlett Industrial Development Board; the Vice-President of the Bartlett Historical Society; President of the Davies Manor Association (the historical site); Social Media advisor to the Northeast Shelby Republicans; and advisory board member to the Wolf River District, Chickasaw Council, Boy Scouts of America. He was also in the Bartlett Leadership class of 2020 and voted 2023 Man of the Year by readers of the Bartlett Express newspaper.
Kevin worked in broadcast television for 23 years, radio for 2 years, and is currently a Digital Media Specialist, as well as a partner in Quinn Family Farm, LLC.
I love Bartlett as much as you do and want to continue to make this a better place for ourselves, our children and our grandchildren. That's the only reason I ran for elected office. Please help me by staying in touch with your ideas and concerns.
You all were crucial to the election victory with the yard signs, word-of-mouth, and contributions of time and/or money. Let's continue this effort to achieve our goals together!
Fall yard work season is here with leaves and projects around the yard. But some of our neighbors, due to age or physical issues, find this difficult or impossible. So we're going to bring these people together with those who can help. If you want to help or need help, simply contact one of us and we'll pair you up with someone.
Thank you all so much for your donations! With your generous help, $10,660 in grants were given out to 50 employees at 7 Bartlett businesses. Please continue to support Bartlett restaurants and entertainment centers as they recover from the pandemic restrictions.