Quentin Damar Willis, 40, was born in Iredell County, N.C., on November 22, 1981, and was the son of late Charles “Boo” Lackey, and Blanche Willis. He departed this life on September 21, 2022, at Atrium Baptist Wake Forest Medical Center in Winston-Salem, N.C..

He attended Statesville High School and was employed at a furniture company as a warehouse worker. He loved basketball, football, family vacations, and loved hanging out with his family and friends. Quentin’s favorite football team was the San Francisco 49’ers.

In addition to his father, Charles Lackey, he was preceded in death by his grandparents, William McKinly Lackey, Albert Clayton, and Annette Clayton, and Betsy Lackey; uncles, James Curtis Moore, Jimmy Lackey, Keith Lackey, and Roy Lee Adams and aunts Denise Clayton, and Darlene Clayton.

Quentin leaves to cherish the memory of his life, in addition to his mother, Blanche Willis, grandmothers Fannie Moore and Natalie Marsh; his step-father, Steve Ramseur, and step-mother, Joyce Ann Lackey; two sons, Quentin Willis Jr. and Jayceon Williams; three daughters, Quenshana Willis, Quimarie Willis, and Quanisha Willis; one brother, Tyson Byers; two sisters; Starr Ellis and Aleiah Ikard; uncles, Exodus Moore III, Daris Moore, Derwin Moore, Rickey Lackey, Eddie Lackey, Jackie Moore, Larry Lackey, Wesley Lackey, Gary Lackey, Albert Clayton Jr., Wallace Willis, and Walter Clayton; aunts, Jacqueline Bell, Valerie (John) Templeton, Stephanie Moore, Brenda Nesbit, Paulette Rankin, Barbara Lackey, Avis Turner, Quanita Bost, Juliette Clayton, Nannette Reid, and Teresa Clayton; his fiancée, Mia Drummer; and a host of nephews, nieces, cousins, other relatives and friends.

Funeral arrangements are incomplete at this time. 

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Rutledge and Bigham Funeral Home is serving the Willis family.

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