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“A good man, a kind and gentle soul, taken far too soon.I first met Q about 20 years ago, when I was working interface documents for the Japanese...Read More »
1 of 13 | Posted by: Jim Kaufman - FRIENDSWOOD, TX

“A True Gentleman. Way too soon to loose such an outstanding young man a kind, wise and intelligent man, a Good Man.Quentin and I met a little over...Read More »
2 of 13 | Posted by: Doug Peek - Webster, TX - Friend

“Q was the nicest guy you will ever meet. He was one of those people that you may not see or talk to for a long time, but as soon as you see each...Read More »
3 of 13 | Posted by: Darren Toler - Houston, TX

“My deepest condolences to the family of Quentin. May God comfort and give you peace during this difficult time. Quentin was a blessing to many, and...Read More »
4 of 13 | Posted by: Pat Bynum - Houston, TX - Friend

“A very friendly, pleasant and kind person to work with. He will be missed by all who knew him. ”
5 of 13 | Posted by: Teddy Hollis - Houston, TX

“Rest in Peace my friend and brother. We will miss your advise, support and generosity to Southern University Alumni Houston Chapter, especially your...Read More »
6 of 13 | Posted by: Aubrey Warner - Houston, TX

“Q, It has been a great pleasure and privilege to call you co-worker, neighbor and most importantly friend over the past 30+ years. I will miss...Read More »
7 of 13 | Posted by: Bob Korin - League City, TX

“I had the privilege of working with Quentin in Houston during the early days of the International Space Station. We even shared a cube! He was an...Read More »
8 of 13 | Posted by: Sandra Forrester - Taft, TN

“Q was the kindest, sweetest soul I have ever met. I saw him for the first time since the pandemic started just a few weeks ago. I am so glad that I...Read More »
9 of 13 | Posted by: Melissa Rico - Houston, TX

10 of 13 | Posted by: Carmille Elbert - Tulsa, OK

“Rest Quentin, I am very fortunate to have played, studied and known you! A great person who lived a great life!SULab 1983 ”
11 of 13 | Posted by: Kirklin Bowie - Baton Rouge, LA

“Q,I will never forget your Brother. You were a good work mate I will always remember the good times we had as well as the not so good times. I will...Read More »
12 of 13 | Posted by: James Morgan - Webster, TX

“May GOD continue lead and guide the family in the right direction, and give strength to you all. ”
13 of 13 | Posted by: Lisa Wesley - Pine Bluff, AR

Psalm 37:23
23 The steps of a good man are ordered by the Lord: and he delighteth in his way
Quentin Lloyd Henry
On July 11, 1965, a precious baby boy was born to James and Betty Henry, whom they named Quentin Lloyd Henry. Quentin was reared in a loving and nurturing family. This baby was special because he was Betty's parents' first grandson.
Quentin began his formal education in the St. Helena Parish School System where his mom was recognized as a phenomenal teacher. He attended Greensburg Elementary and St. Helena Elementary schools before transferring to Southern University Laboratory School in Baton Rouge, La.
While attending Southern Lab, Quentin was not only a scholar. He played football for the beloved Kittens. He helped the Kittens win several championships of which he was very proud. Quentin, class president during his senior year, graduated with honors in the class of 1983.
Quentin continued his education by attending The Southern University A and M College. While at Southern, Quentin did not play football but remained a lifelong fan of the Jaguars. He majored in Electrical Engineering. Upon graduating in December of 1987, Quentin began working for The Boeing Company in Wichita, Kansas. After a few years he transferred to Huntsville, Alabama. While living in Alabama, Quentin began his graduate studies at the University of Alabama in Birmingham. With a desire to be closer to his parents, Quentin was allowed to transfer to Houston, Texas. With diligent work ethics, Quentin became Sr. Engineer at Boeing in Defense, Space and Security. His job assignment engaged business adventures in China, Japan and Africa.
Quentin was a quiet, soft spoken man who loved music of all genres and sports of all kinds. He was a Lifetime member of the Southern University Alumni Association. He supported the Jaguar football team with his season book tickets every year and followed the jaguars wherever they played. Jazz fest and The Essence festival were yearly trips. Quentin was the biggest Pittsburg Steelers fan ever! Tennis was another sport that he followed closely. He travelled to the Wimbledon Championship in London to watch Serena and Venus Williams matches. This was his 50th birthday gift to himself. Quentin supported multiple philanthropic causes including the National Museum of African American History and Culture, National Museum of the American Indian, various museums in the Houston area, UNCF, Southern University Lab School, the American Cancer Society, and the American Heart Association, just to name a few .
On Saturday, October 2, 2021 at Houston Methodist Hospital, 10:53 p.m. Quentin quietly went home to our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. He Has been reunited with his mom and dad James and Betty Henry, his grandparents Andrew John (Tacky) and Mildred Henry, Albert (Redman) and Gladys Hookfin, aunts Ethel Mae Robinson, Margie H. Breckenridge and Audrey H. Kelly, first cousins Virginia R. Orebo, Gregory D. Kelly, Percy Savoy Jr. and Rachel Ryan.
Quentin leaves to mourn his passing aunts Leona Savoy of Crowley, LA, Teresa Malbrough of Rayne, La, Rose (Thomas ) Gibson of Baton Rouge, La., and Pamala Holloway of New Orleans, La; uncles Donald Henry (Louise) of Crowley, La, Andrew John Henry (Hilda) of Lake Charles, La, Herbert Henry of Port Arthur, Texas, and Roderick Henry (Theresa) of Crowley, La; cousins who were the sisters he never had Felicia H. Payne of Dallas, Texas, Courtney Henry of Houston, Texas, Michelle Henry of Baton Rouge, La., Sharon Breckenridge and Melinda Breckenridge of Greensburg, La, Dominique Holloway - who called him "Uncle Quent" of New Orleans, La. and numerous other relatives and friends
Visitation will be from 9am until religious service at 11am. Service will be held at Ebenezer B.C. 1915 Fairchild Street, Baton Rouge, La. Service conducted by Rev. Marques Smith. Interment Southern Memorial Gardens,. view and sign guestbook: Arrangements entrusted to MJR Friendly Service Funeral Home, Denham Springs, La.
Topic: Quentin Henry's Funeral Service Time: Oct 16, 2021 11:00 AM Central Time (US and Canada) Join Zoom Meeting Meeting ID: 769 0716 1303 Passcode: E6RWn3