Calling Hours (only 10 at a time), Friday, February 5, 2021 from 9:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. at White's Funeral Home Chapel. Private Family Service (50 maximum) at 10:15 a.m., tickets are required for entry. Services will be live streamed. The family will receive flowers at the funeral home.
Quintoine Allen Womack-Alexander, which he often referred to himself by both names, was born March 6, 1987 in Columbus, OH, and he passed away on January 22, 2021. The father of 1 child, Gabrielle “Gabby”. Quintoine pursued producing music which was the thing he loved most next to his daughter. Throughout his life in the earth realm, Quintoine would often switch between multiple job streams, including video editing, IT field technician, home improvement, and any other job to support his love for producing music. In his spare time, he also loved to study his ancestry and bible history.
Quintoine was the oldest of 5 sibilings, and he felt it was his place to shield his younger siblings from all the bad things in life. At the time of his passing, Quintoine was supported and loved by many close family members, extended family, close in-laws, close friends, and mentors – the village who impacted his life. Those who are alive to remember and cherish his memories were a very close circle of relatives including his mother- Cynthia Womack; his four siblings - Josiah, Jonathan (Stanley III), Alexis, and Savannah Alexander; His 1st aunts and uncle - Vivian, Donna, Lisa, Herbert; his 1st cousins-Adalay and Aaron Yearby, Kara Armbrester; Nathan, Sarah and Sean Womack; 2nd cousins and in-law uncles and aunties from the Alexander family, the Armbrester family, the Woods family, and the Lee family; and a host of extended family, church family, and a village of close friends and mentors that are too many to name here. He was preceded in death by his grandmother – Betty Womack (Busey)(1991), his grandfather-Mozel McKinley-Lee Womack (1983), his great grandfather Ralph Busey (2003).
Quintoine was known by his infectious laughter, his million dollar smile, he loved on his family hard, and lived his life out loud, he gave strong meaningful hugs, he protected and shielded his 2 younger sisters, modeled gentleness, respect and dignity towards them, and was careful to steered them clear from drama; He was a loving and careful father who was very gentle and intentional with his parenting with his daughter Gabby. In the days and months before his passing, he had an earnest pursuit towards God’s laws and the Holy Bible. “Quintoine …we will never forget your essence and will always remember you at every family gathering and family trip”. We believe that in the day of Quintoine’s passing that he passed over to be with the Lord in paradise.
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