- 44 years old
- Date of birth: Feb 22, 1972
- Place of birth:
Dearborn, Michigan, United States
- Date of passing: Apr 18, 2016
- Place of passing:
Pamplin, Virginia, United States
|Let the memory of Quentin be with us forever|
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Quentin Davis, 44, born on February 22, 1972 and passed away on April 18, 2016. We will remember him forever.
Quentin Davis, 44, passed away on April 18th 2016, near home in a tragic automobile accident. Quentin was born on February 22 1972 to Charles and Velda (Mitchem), Davis.
Quentin grew up in Southgate Michigan moving to Virginia as a young man. After completing his GED he spent his career in Retail Store Management.
Quentin married Heather Campbell and has two children, a son/Colin and daughter/Megan Davis.
Quentin was preceded in death by his mother, Velda V Davis and his paternal grandparents, Williard and Gertrude Davis, and maternal grandparents, Shirley and Mary Francis Mitchem.
Quentin is survived by his spouse Heather of Richmond, VA and his son Colin (Heather) Davis / and Daughter Megan (Heather) Davis; his Father Charles E Davis, his sisters' - Muzet (brother in-law Daryl), Felgar of Waynesboro, Brenda (brother in-law Danny) Bass of Farmville, VA and Josanna (brother in-law Will) Hatcher. Eight nephews - Holden and Grayson Felgar, Kelly, Elvis, Dakota, Noah, and Montana Bass, Tristin Hatcher and two nieces Eimilie and Olivia Hatcher.
The family will be greeting friends and relatives at 300 Putney Rd, Cumberland, Va from 5:30-8:30P.M. April 20th. A Memorial service will be held at Shorters Funeral Home - 1905 West Main Street, Farmville, VA at 11:00 A.M on April 21, 2016 with a family meal to follow at 300 Putney Rd, Cumberland VA.
In lieu of flowers the family requests memorial donations be made to cover funeral expenses at go fund me: gofundme.com/u6zz9vgk.
"Quentin was one of the nicest, funniest, and respectful guys I knew in high school....and in life. I am SO VERY saddened to learn of his passing!!! I remember when we were in classes together at Monacan, he would ALWAYS be talking about his siblings...WOW how he loved his family!!! In adult years when I would run into him, all of our conversations were about his wonderful children. I am sooo heart broken that they did not get to have their loving, doting Daddy for so much longer than they did.
To his family and other friends, I offer my sincerest condolences and prayers. Quentin's loving, gentle demeanor and undying friendship touched me deeply and he will be a part of me forever. ~Love n Peace my dear friend~~"
"QUENTIN I LOVED HEARING YOU SING AND PLAY THE GUITAR WHEN WE HAD OUR CAMPING TRIPS. YOU HAVE A BEAUTIFUL VOICE AND NOW YOU ARE SINGING IN HEAVEN AND YOUR MOM HEARING YOUR BEAUTIFUL VOICE. MAY GOD KEEP AND YOU KEEP AN EYE ON YOUR DAD AND SISTERS!! LOVE YOU"
"Quintin, I only had the privilege of meeting you one time and that was at Brenda's Easter Sunday 2014. You treated me with the utmost respect and I appreciated that. It saddened me to hear of your passing and it saddens me to know the pain and hurt the family is feeling. I pray that our Lord and Savior will give them comfort & strength, not just today, but in the days to follow. God Bless and may you RIP"
"Cheb, Muzet, Brenda, Josanna, Our prayers are with all of you and his wife & children. You were special neighbors in Monroe. We love all of you and pray that God relieves your pain and comforts you through the days ahead. (Ruth Tokarz)"
"Quentin was a very intelligent person...one of the many qualities I noticed soon. He was a caring, and extremely funny guy. Sometimes, you can know a person for a lifetime and not appreciate them. I met Quentin, not knowing his personal life, but, the time spent working with him....which, was short, was enjoyable. God speed, Quentin. One less good soul here today."
"Quentin, you will for ever be missed and I want to say that you were an amazing boss. Iam very heart broken knowing you are gone. I thank you from the bottom of my heart for always been there for me and when I went thru my hard times you kept me smiling and you always made sure that everything will be ok and it made a difference. You were the best boss anyone wish to have. Iam lucky that I had the chance to meet you. May you R.I.P . I will never forget you."
"Bro, thanks for being the best through the fights and. Arguments always being there for me I'm so going to miss you and need you to stay watching over me and everyone love you God bless"
"Quentin my cousin..God needed you. With him at this time. We don't know why but he does. May God give Cheb,Muzet Brenda,Josanna and his wife n kids the comfort they need during this time...."
"You were the most awesome father of our two beautiful children. I know that your love and life revolved around our children before and I know that your love and light will always revolve around them forevermore."
"So sorry for the loved ones left behind for now. May the comfort and peace that passes all understanding envelope you and His grace Grant you glimpses of smiles from Heaven."
"Love ya, you always had a smile and were my ticklish cousin!!"
"Quintin was my operations manager when I transferred to the Hull St. Home Depot 10 years ago from Florida. I learned a lot from him as a person, & manager. A great man who will be missed. My condolences to his family during this time."
"Love you my dear brother and will miss you"
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