We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Liberty Mortuary
Mr. Quentin Vernon Gill was born in Montgomery, Alabama on February 25, 1980, to Alberta (Pam) Alexander and Larenza Gill. He confessed Christ at an early age and was baptized at theTabernacle Missionary Baptist Church in Wetumpka, Alabama. Quentin attended Wetumpka High School and was a graduate of the class of 1999. He was employed by several manufacturing companies. “Peabo” was passionate about his music. His interest in lyrics and beats led him to create his own music group “Hamp Bone Incorporation” (HBI) Quentin enjoyed spending time with his family and friends. He was like a father figure to his nephews. He is preceded in death by his grandmother, Roberta Sims, father-in-law, Arthur Washington and mother-in-law, Mattie J. Burnett. Quentin leaves to cherish his loving memories his wife of 22 years, Kea Jackson, three loving children: one son, Quenterous Devon Gill of Wetumpka, Alabama; two daughters, Ke’Nyia Tashun Gill and Qu’Naria Jokea Gill of Wetumpka, Alabama; mother, Alberta (Pam) Alexander; father, Larenza (Nadine) Gill of Elmore, Alabama; two brothers: Darnell Gill of Wetumpka, Alabama and Christian (Michelle) Foster of Elmore, Alabama; one sister, Tashee Taylor. Special nephews: Maurterrius (Fernisha) Gill, Darnell Gill Jr, Tamerion Davis and Roderka Jones; two great nephews, two great nieces and a host of aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. HBI members: Jamaris Golden and Marco Thomas of Montgomery, Alabama. Special cousins and friends: Sedrick Rawls, Peondre Gill, Ira Walls, Quenterious Walls, Detric Walls, Antonio Gill, DaQuavis Sims, Antonio Taylor, Carl Arms, Lucius Williams, Joseph Pierce, Jacky Sagers, Christopher George and Wetumpka High School Class of 1999.