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Ozzie Jermaine Quick

December 4, 1980 ~ August 13, 2004 (age 23)


Ozzie Jermaine Quick, was born in High Point, North Carolina to Cynthia G. Quick and Ozzie L. Royal on December 4, 1980.

Ozzie is a graduate of High Point Central High School the home of the "Bison," and before declining health Ozzie's future plans was to obtain a degree in art on his Scholarship Fund, during those middle school years, he won 'The Best Dress Award" at Ferndale Middle School.

Ozzie accepted Christ as His personal Lord and Savior when he joined the Solid Rock Baptist Church under the leadership of Pastor Alfonso Martin. As a child Ozzie was well-mannered, kind and gentle at heart always lending a helping hand to whomever he could. with his humbled and gentle spirit, Ozzie loved everybody and was well loved by so many.

We are all touched by his going and we will miss him dearly, but God always knows what's best for us. "Therefore, we are always confident, knowing that, whilst we are at home in the body, we are absent from the Lord (for we walk by faith, not by sight): We are confident, I say and willing rather to be absent from the body and to be present with the Lord. On August 13, 2004, Ozzie made the transition from earth to glory at High Point Regional Hospital, departing from this life-entering into eternity with the father.

Leaving to cherish his memories are his mother and father of High Point, North Carolina, one precious son, Keondra J. Smith of High Point, North Carolina, one identical twin brother, Isaac J. Quick of Greensboro, North Carolina and a godbrother, D'juane Williams of the home, one sister Katrelia A. Quick of High Point, North Carolina, a grandmother of Clara Patterson of High Point, NC, two step grandfathers, Willie B. Hayes, Sr and Wilbur Patterson both of High Point, North Carolina, five aunts, Devon quick, Annette Q. Jackson, Lisa (Thomas) Cagle, Sandra (Jeffrey) McCullough all of High Point, North Carolina and Barbara (Henry) Briley of Mayodan, North Carolina, three uncles, Wilbur Brand, Michael Brand both of Kernersville, North Carolina and Rick (Rachel) Quick of High Point, North Carolina, a host of other loving relatives and friends. 

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