Quentin Clark

In Memorial

Quentin Lamar Clark was born September 3, 1992 in Youngstown, Ohio. A son of Marcus Curry, Sr. and Delores Jean Clark-Curry. After coming to Columbus in 1999, Quentin was a model student. Sometime, he would correct his teachers in their lessons. His teachers were in awe of the intelligence he displayed at an early age. He loved to read, collect Pokemon and Yu-Gi-Oh cards, art, Anime in particular as well as drinking tea and trying recipes he would see on Food Network. He also liked to fish and gardening. He was a member of the YMCA Future Leaders of America, member of St. Stephen’s Summer Job Program which led him to be in Human Resources at Columbus City Hall, until his completion of High School. He graduated from Groveport Madison High School in 2011 where he was in the art and drama clubs. In 2005 he gave his life to the Lord and was a member of the church. He was employed at Gap Fulfillment Center, where he was a proud “Gapper” for life.

Besides his parents, Quentin leaves to cherish his memory two sisters, Celeste Clark of Columbus, Marquia Curry of Youngstown; three brothers, TreVaughn Thomas of Youngstown, Marcus Jr., and Debraylin Curry both of Columbus; his nephew King Andre Dunning of Columbus; his cousins that grew up like a brother and sister, JeMarlon Young and LaQuandra Clark; best friend and brother by another mother, Zuki Mounivong; biological father Louie Hopkins, Jr.; a host of aunts, uncles, cousins, friends.

Visitation 10am and Funeral 11am Thursday, November 16, 2017 at First Church of God 3480 Refugee Rd.

Condolence Messages

  1. Please accept my sincere condolences during this time of grief. My hope is that the words of Christ Jesus be of comfort, when he stated that “the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out” (John 5: 28, 29). We can also take comfort in God’s personal promise to “wipe out every tear” and that soon, even “death will be no more” (Revelation 21: 4).

  2. To the family and friends of Quentin, you have my condolences in your loss. Death is truly difficult for parents when their child dies before they do. Have faith because God’s word tells us at 1 Corinthians 15:22, “For just as in Adam all are dying, so also in the Christ all will be made alive.” May you rely on God’s promises to get you through this most difficult period.

  3. Someone who cares

    “And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away.”
    My sincere condolences to the Clark family and those who knew and loved Quentin on the loss of your dear loved one. May these words of Revelation 21:4 from our Heavenly Father Jehovah (Psalm 83:18) give you a measure of comfort and strength to endure during this time of grief and deep sorrow.
    The Bible promises at Acts 24:15 of a resurrection, and John 5:28,29 gives us a real hope of being reunited with our dead loved ones. If you need answers to life’s big questions such as:Will suffering ever end? And Can the dead really live again? The answer is yes! Visit jw.org and click on Bible teachings.
    Wishing you peace and comfort.

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