Quentin Cameron Berry
May 20, 1992 - October 23, 2021
Obituary For Quentin Cameron Berry
Quentin (Quenbe) Cameron Berry transitioned on October 23rd, 2021, in Kansas City, MO at the age of 29. Quentin is survived by his mother, Catherine Berry Miller, Stepfather Melden Miller, Grandmothers Cinderella Johnson, and Betty J Miller, His beloved Aunts Teresa (Johnson) Brandon and Juanita Johnson, Uncle Tim Johnson, Cousins: LaMesha Johnson, Tyreka (Brandon) Smith, Torrance Brandon and Tamesha Johnson-Goodwin, his Stepsister Lauren Miller and his much-loved dogs Kiko and Sirius. He also had 2 aunts and a sister Davida Berry in Memphis, TN.
Quentin was born on May 20th, 1992, in Springfield, MO. He graduated from Central High School in 2010, obtained an Associate Degree of Applied Science in Networking Technology from Ozark Technical College and a Bachelor of Science in Software Development from Western Governor University in 2018.
Quentin met the love of his life, fiancé and partner, Jacquelyn Bradley in high school 12 years ago.
He began his career in Springfield, MO as a Server Systems Administrator while also developing software programs. He ambitiously advanced and ultimately obtained his dream position as a Systems Engineer with Jack Henry & Associates.
A virtual celebration of life will be streamed from Kansas City on Saturday, November 6, 2021, at 4 pm CST. All are welcome to celebrate Quentin’s life with us.
To Cathey: Although I never had the opportunity to meet your son, I know what a special young man he had to be because of the pride I saw in your eyes when you spoke of him. My heart goes out to you - you've been in my thoughts every day. Please know that your "Mercy Family" in Springfield is lifting you up in prayer, that God may bring you peace and comfort that only He can in the days ahead. We love and miss you.
I will miss you in ridiculous immeasurable amounts. I will hold on to our last conversation and my promise. You and Jackie were amazing people. To his family, and friends I'm so so sorry we lost such a unique and beautiful person. He was one of a kind.
It was at Tory's Wedding that I saw U last. Lil Quin all grown up w long Locs & a Fiancé! It was totally Rad 2C the joy in U'alls eyes! I asked if U were next?!...U both got Goosebumps & said, Soon, Aunti... To know & have known such Oneness is Infinitely blissful. Love is Eternal. May Both Ur Parents find joy in that U both RIHP as U lived on Earth, TOGETHER As One!💖😇😇💟 💌💞💕🙏🏾✝️🌅🥀🥀
What an honor to have had Quentin in our lives and we will continue to honor his memory.
I like first to say to his mother my deepest heartfelt condolences for your loss, ask for his strength to get you through this trouble time and carry your love of Quentin forever. The memories of his time shared with us GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN!
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