Quejette L. McCormick

August 23, 1940 - February 19, 2020
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Quejette Louise McCormick, 79, of Midland, GA died at Columbus Hospice House, Wednesday, February 19, 2020 embraced by her family.   The family will receive friends on Saturday, February 22, 2020 from 2:00 pm till 4:00 pm at Vance Brooks Funeral Home, Phenix City, AL. She will be laid to rest privately, in Ft. Mitchell NationalContinue Reading

Earlene JENKINS left a message on February 21, 2020:
I will always remember u and your was a blessing to have known u and your husband benning hills Baptist church.from DONNEY and EARLENE JENKINS.
Nancy Nelson left a message on February 21, 2020:
I received some sad news this morning that reminded me that our human bodies start the journey toward our last breath the moment we take our first one. It's the moments between those breaths that we live and make our mark in life. This morning, I was informed that Quejette McCormick took her last breath, hopefully, surrounded by loving family members. While most of the world wouldn't know the lady and news media won't be reporting her 'homegoing' she will be missed and mourned by those who knew and loved her. I have fond memories of Quejette (I called her Jett growing up) over the years and want to share a few. My first 6 years were spent living on the hillside outside of Calera, Alabama. The hillside was filled with kinfolk...aunts, uncles, cousins, grannies, and parents which made it a great place to live. My Aunt Velma passed away right after giving birth to my cousin Rebecca and 'Uncle Edgar Seals ended up marrying Mamie Galloway who birthed 7 children of which their first daughter married my brother Raymond. Their second child was Quejette Marie. Folks on the hillside was what many would say were 'dirt poor' but funny didn't seem to matter as we were rich in love and family. Most of my memories of Quejette was of her sitting in front of the vanity brushing her hair. I always thought she had lovely hair and over the years that never changed. Funny, how you associate certain things to folks. Forever in my mind will be her sitting in front of the vanity mirror brushing her hair. RIP Quejette. Prayer for calm and comfort to those she left behind.
Dorothy Apt left a message on February 20, 2020:
Dear family, may God grant you strength and peace! I love you all! Quejette,В  you are Home with Jesus and family! Praise God! Thank you for being my precious friend these past 50 years! Those were some joyous times of praising and serving Jesus! I"m going to miss you,, but we will see each other again! Love you much!
Vance Brooks left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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