Quincy Donnell Booth

Published 12:38 pm Friday, June 26, 2015

Funeral services for Mr. Quincy Donnell Booth, 38, Bassfield, were held on June 20, 2015, at Progress Missionary Baptist Church, Bassfield. Pastor Marcus P. Hull officiated the services. Interment was in the church cemetery. Reeves Funeral Home of Mt. Olive was in charge of the arrangements.

Mr. Booth passed away on June 14, at Covington County Hospital, Collins.

Honorary pallbearers Christian Fairley, Christopher Fairley, Marcus McDonald, A.C. Harper, Thomas E. Booth, Demario Applewhite, Antwan Gibbs, Al Applewhite Robert Bass, Darwayne Gibbs, Victor Gibbs, Jr., Donald Bass, Curtis Farris, Jr., Alvin Patterson, John Gibbs,Jr., Toney Gibbs, Rickey Gibbs, Jr. Lemuel Booth, Dale Barnes, Keenan Booth, and James L. Johnson.

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Active pallbearers Johnny Reese, LaDarren Cook, Bradford Booth, Marcus Sims, Lavetor Adams, Kendrick Applewhite, Cedic Hathorne, and Alvin Moore Sr.

Quincy was a member of Progress MB Church. He graduated from Bassfield High School May 1996. He served three years in the United States Army. After returning home he worked many jobs in his lifetime.

He was preceded death by his father, Calvin Booth; paternal grandparents, D.T. Booth and Ella Booth; maternal grandfather, G.W. Gibbs; aunts, Katie Gibbs, Marilyn Gibbs, Elizabeth Pope; uncles, Grady Gibbs, George William Gibbs, and Barnabus (Bonnie) Booth.

Survivors include his wife, Tomekia Clark Booth; two sons, Jamari Booth and Quinter’us Booth; mother, Lessie Hathorn; stepfather Wallace Hathorn; two brothers, Reginald Booth and Johnny McCloud; grandmother, Katie Mae Gibbs; godparents, Brenda (James) Johnson and Evan Price; four stepsisters; two stepbrothers; five children he helped raise as his own; special friend, LaKesha Owens; stepmother; godbrothers, Marcus McDonald, Christian and Christopher Fairley; two godsisters, La’Toya J. Barnes and Mashekia Harper; and a host of other family and friends.