Quincy Kewun Henderson, 26, passed away on 31, March, 2021 at the intersection of Berry and Miller in Fort Worth, Texas.Quincy was born on February 8, 1995 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Quincy was born to Darlene Henderson Triplett and Frank D. Armstrong but raised by Marvin L.Triplett (Step-dad).
Quincy grew up in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He graduated from Rufus King High school in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in 2013. After high school he furthered his education at Fond Du Lac Tribal and Community College in Cloquet, Minnesota, Yuba College in Marysville, California, and Elizabeth City State University in Elizabeth City, North California where he received his bachelor’s in criminal justice.
Quincy was baptized at St. James Church in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. His hobbies consisted of football, fitness, traveling, dancing, involvement in black student union, mock law trials for the NAACP, joking around with family and friends and recently adapted to gardening. He received several academic awards as well as athletic achievements such as All Conference at ECSU and playing for the USA in the Aztec Bowl.
Quincy was preceded in death by his grandfather, George Henderson; great-grandfather, Quincy Jackson; cousins, Deangelo Curtis and Royalty Cole.
Quincy is survived by three grandmothers, Darlene Stephenson, Debra Triplett, and Linda Armstrong; his daughter and two sons, Brielle Eley(North Carolina), King Mikel Mitchell(North Carolina), and Zedekiah Ishe-Kamari Henderson(Texas); his four brothers, Quavell Keshawn Triplett, Devin Armstrong, Frank Armstrong Jr, and Jahi Armstrong; five sisters, Quinjha Marshay Triplett, Celes Armstrong, Iyana Armstrong, Destiny Armstrong, and Kateena Forbes; six nieces and eight nephews and other host of relatives.
Quincy was a hard-working and driven man. He had a work ethic that motivated everyone around him. His witty but silly sense of humor would always keep you laughing. But above all else, he was a loving and caring man with a captivating smile and infectious laughter that was sure to brighten any room. His adventurousness and spontaneity made you feel like every day of your life was meant to be explored. He was charming and charismatic, so he was always making friends wherever he went. But his playful personality never overshadowed his compassionate side. His heart was big. Quincy was selfless and empathetic; he wouldn’t hesitate to go the extra mile for those he loved. His exterior may have looked tough, but he possessed a gentle kindness that always made you feel safe with him.
Those who were fortunate enough to share his company even for a small time are left with a lifetime of memories that they are sure to never forget.
Perhaps you sent a lovely card or sat quietly in a chair, perhaps you sent a floral piece, if so, we saw it there. Perhaps you spoke the kindest words that any friend could say. Perhaps you were not there at all: just thought of us that day. Whatever you did to console our hearts, we thank you so much whatever the part.