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Mrs. QuoVadis Williams-Felton
February 20, 1947 ~ February 11, 2024 (age 76) 76 Years Old
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I would like to introduce you to QuoVadis Barley, the little girl born in Huntsville, Alabama on February 20, 1947, to Earlie and Daniel Barley. From this union came Marion Hall (Richard), Cora Harris (William), Doris Russell (Fred), Marvin Barley (Queen), and also Rhonda Kellum (David), Phil Leamon (Judy), and Aaron. Huntsville is here she completed her K-12 education.
I would like to introduce you to Momma. while in Huntsville, she began her life of motherhood first with Clarissa Crenshaw (Gerald), Alicia Leslie (Steve) who proceeded her in death. At the age of 27 she moved to Michigan where she later had Lester Parker (who proceeded her in death) and Tara Williams. Later on, a special son John Robinson. Michigan is where she furthered her education in computers and accounting. She was employed at Blue Cross Blue Shield for 35 years where she was a computer analyst and government contractor.
I would like to introduce you to "Big Ma". She was "Bia Ma" to 20 grandchildren and 16 great grands. Whether it was a school program or birthday party or any of them got out of line "Big Ma" was just a call away. Whether it was lunch money or school clothes or even if she had to raise them "Big Ma" was just a call away.
I would introduce you to "Momma Q" aka GG (Gansta Grandma) you are that person you can talk to knowing you're still drunk from the night before that's not going to judge you. That's GG. You're that hunger after a drug binge, no money, no help, but it's one person you know have some left overs in the fridge for you. That's GG. She was that person that didn't turn anybody away. You're homeless? Come on! You lost your mother? Not no more. Your child got shot in the street? Come get me and I'm going to pray over the whole city. That's GG.
Last but not least I would like to introduce you to a "True Soldier in The Army of the Lord". QuoVadis training in this fight for the Lord started in the early 80's it took her from the liquor stores to the Womens' prisons, as far as Haiti. By 1994 she was a licensed minister. By 1998 she was an ordained Evangelist. She received numerous awards recognizing her dedication to her work for the Lord. On February 11th, 2024, God looked down and servant job well done. It's time to come home.