In Memoriam : Quinton Forcum
Charles Riley - August 22, 2015 Contact this person
On August 21, 2015 at approximately 2:00 AM my brother in law Quinton Forcum left this earth to go dwell in the Kingdom of God with our Heavenly Father. The void his passing has left in the hearts of his family cannot, and will never be filled. I morn the loss of Quinton, as do his wife, children, grandchildren, family members, and his many friend. Quinton had suffered from some serious medical problems for some time so his passing was not unexpected, but knowing his time was near don't help the hurt and unquenchable feeling of his loss that we all now feel. But, I do think we all should find comfort from knowing the kind of man Quinton was, how he lived his life, and from our confidence that he is now sitting face to face with God. Quinton has gone to a place where he no longer feels pain, a place free of sin, a place where there is no sorrow, no sadness, no hatred, no pain, no sickness, no suffering, and no death. In heaven I am sure he has been greeted by his family and friends, who have gone before him, and who have already prepared a place where he will now live for ever and ever in a place of incomparable splendor. Yes, his family and friends have lost someone very dear to them, but society has also suffered the loss of a man that during the short 84 years of his life gave much to his country and his community. Quinton's life is a shining example of how every American should thrive to live their lives. During his journey through life here on this earth. Quinton served his God, and used his teachings as the moral compass for his life, he marred his childhood sweetheart and for 61 years loved and provided for her and their 3 children's every need, he served his nation by enlisting in the US Army and proudly served at various military basis all over the world for 22 years, retiring as a Chief Warrant Officer 2, and then returned to home to start his own business and for many years provided services to his local community. Today I, as the rest of his family, grieve over the loss of Quinton, but we also rejoice at the life he lived, and the legacy he leaves for his children and grandchildren. Good by my dear brother in law, and although I know you now dwell in a place of complete happiness, we will still miss you, so very much. Charles and Shirley Bullard Riley
Stephanie Sera - August 24, 2015 Contact this person
My deepest sympathy goes to his children, Sherry, Diane and Jay. Your father fought a great battle in his last days and he is now in heaven with his parents and brothers and sisters. May he lay in the hands of the Lord and may his heart be filled with the Lord's love now and forever. May he find card and domino players in heaven worthy of his challenges.