George “Quincy” Brown III was born on December 9th, 1977. He was the first born of George and Pamela J. (Brown)-Smith.
Quincy attended both Princeton High School and Scarlet Oaks Trade school where he prepared himself for an ultimate career in trucking. He was christened as an infant at Mt. Zion Baptist Church of Lockland under the leadership of Rev. Otis Moss Jr.
In 2000 he married Danielle Dabner into a union which included their two children Carlos and Alexis.
Quincy spent a career in the trucking industry and eventually purchased his own semi truck which lead to several lucrative contracts with Putman Truckers. He was passionate about his work and ultimately realized his career dreams. He also enjoyed his days working with his uncle Duane as a tree cutter.
He was a motorcycle enthusiast who joined Self-Made and Zulus Motorcycle clubs. He also included his daughter Alexis in his cycling excursions. His family always thought of him as the “Great Traveler” and story teller of his adventures. Always family oriented, he was so proud of his grandchildren “Lil Man” and “Murder Mama” as he always shared stories about their antics.
Among his family and many friends, he was always viewed as a big brother. He never met a stranger and was known to open his home for those in need.
He leaves to mourn his precious memory, his wife Danielle, two children Carlos and Alexis, two grandchildren Kyrie and Kamaria, his parents Pamela and Greg Smith, Step-parents Ricky and Corliss West. He also leaves behind brothers Rickie Q West (Sarah), DeWayne Q Brown, (Lil’) Rickie West and Anthony Waits. Sisters left behind include Danielle Cougar (William), Sondra Presley (Gregory), Sabrina West, Donna Deering and Renee Deering. Quincy also leaves behind a host of uncles, aunts, nieces, nephews and extended family.
Quincy departed this earthly life on August 10, 2021 to be with the Lord.