As a gifted musician, Quintin knew that silence was the necessary space between the notes. Silence was never an absence or a void; simply a brief pause to allow a more significant melody to break through. Today we stand in that space between the notes, a space that makes room for new beginnings, a space from which God has made all things new in our dearly loved Quintin.
Quintin Quick, at 25 years of age, transitioned to his glorious home on October 9, 2022. Born August 16, 1997, to Keith and Toya (Ingram) Quick, Quintin was an imaginative child; creative and musically gifted. His gifts were displayed throughout his years at Southwest Guilford High School and intensified as a student at NC A&T State University, performing in the University Choir and majoring in music. He offered his gift in various ways of service, primarily as a musician at Words of Comfort Ministries as well as Galilee Church.
He was preceded in death by his paternal grandfather Sylvester Junior Quick and his maternal grandmother, Dianne Dickey Ingram. He is survived by his parents Keith and Toya Quick of High Point; his brothers Keith Jr. and Justin Quick (High Point), and his sister, Jessica Quick (High Point). He also leaves to cherish his memory, his maternal grandfather, Fammon Ingram, and paternal grandmother, Pastor Nadine Quick both of High Point, NC. There are several nieces, nephews, cousins, aunts, uncles, and close friends that had the privilege of loving him throughout the course of his life.
Though we are able to name the day and maybe even the hour of Quintin's transition, he never knew that moment. He simply moved from this life to a new life just as he flawlessly transitioned between the keys on a piano. The music hasn’t ended, the key has simply changed. Now we must learn to listen in a new way. The melody continues...