Quentin DuPree

Died: Mon., Nov. 26, 2018


Visitation

11:00 AM to 12:00 PM, Sat., Dec. 08, 2018
Location: Adams-Buggs Funeral Chapel


Celebration of Life

12:00 PM Sat., Dec. 08, 2018
Location: Adams-Buggs Funeral Chapel


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Quentin Dupree, 51 formerly of Gadsden, passed on Monday,  November 26th in Georgia

 

 

Quentin Lovell DuPree, affectionately known as “Quent” or “Quincy”, was born August 6, 1967 in Gadsden, Alabama.

 

Quincy confessed Christ and was baptized under the leadership of Pastor John M. Woods at First Missionary Baptist Church in Alabama City, Alabama.

 

He was educated in the Chicago and Gadsden City school systems, graduating from Emma Sansom High School in 1986.

 

Later, Quincy moved to Dalton, Georgia in 1998 after being embraced by a former co-worker and friend, Fred Lockett and his family. There he was employed by Shaw Carpet Mill and later employed with the City of Dalton for over 16 years.

Quentin was an easy-going, laid back guy who loved watching wrestling and listening to music. He also enjoyed talking-for countless hours-on the phone with one of his child-hood friends, Kelvin Pierce. He enjoyed their conversations immensely.

Quentin entered into eternal peace on Monday, November 26, 2018.

He was preceded in death by his grandparents, James Frank and Zenaree DuPree, Goodman Craig, Sr. and Josephine Craig; aunts, Emogene Wheat, Mattie DuPree, Winnie Johnson; uncles, Tommie DuPree, Jesse Reynolds (like a father), James Wheat, Clarence Hayes and niece, Destiny Kierra Steward.

Those left to cherish many fond memories is his caring son, Cory DuPree, Olathe, KS; loving parents, James and Sylvia Craig; doting sister,  Meshonda Steward; special niece, Damia Steward, all of Gadsden, AL; aunts, Louie Dell Reynolds (like a mother), Calumet City, IL, Dorothy DuPree, Monroe, LA, Willie Mae (Clint) Hollie, Birmingham, AL; uncles, James (Boo Jack) DuPree, Gadsden, AL, Frank DuPree, Matteson, IL, Goodman Craig, Jr., Vidalia, GA; mother of his son, Lynette Turner,  Olathe, KS; play daughter, Jalea Turner and her son, Reese, Ellerbe, NC and  a host of cousins other relatives and many dear friends.

 

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