OBITUARY

Quincy D. Montgomery

June 23, 1986April 27, 2021
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Quincy Dwayne Montgomery of Indianapolis, Indiana, son of Cheryl D. Montgomery and the late Richard Jones rode to his heavenly home on Tuesday, April 27, 2021. Ironically, Quincy was baptized at 16 years of age at Light of The World Christian Church on April 27, 2003. He was a graduate of Arsenal Technical High School, Class of 2005.

Quincy's greatest love were: life, his children; Quincy Jr., and KyAnn, mother Cheryl and sister Bianca. Q’Dogg as he affectionately was called enjoyed riding his motorcycle, swimming and skating. Q said, “if we could draw it, he could build it.” Self-employed, he did beautiful renovation work and was never without a project to start. He was also employed by Sig Media, wrapping ads on Indygo Buses.

Quincy was preceded in death by his late father, Richard Jones, grandparents; Charles and Juanita Montgomery, Walter and Eula Jones, and stepbrother Torrey Jones.

Quincy leaves to mourn his passing, his son, Quincy Jr., daughter, KyAnn, mother, Cheryl, sister, Bianca (Ra’Chawn), stepbrother, Terrence Jones, stepsister, Andrea Jones, special friend, Tanya Hause, his maternal aunts; Marguerite, Rita, Carla, maternal uncles; Charles Jr., and Dwayne (Terri), paternal aunts; Marcy (Charles), and Lynn (Robert), paternal uncles; Walter (Carla), Kenny (Sherry) and Derrick (Coral); a host of cousins and friends.

Services

  • Visitation

    Thursday, May 6, 2021

  • Celebration of Life

    Friday, May 7, 2021

  • Graveside Service

    Friday, May 7, 2021

Memories

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Annie Kern

May 7, 2021

To Cheryl, Bianca and Quincy’s children: Quincy was a delight to know and to have him on our little league baseball team, The IPD Eagles. Each year that Quincy played he brought energy, determination and that consuming smile. I pray that our Lord holds you all close.
Photo- Quincy kneeling on the front row
Annie

Joyce Baker & Family

May 6, 2021

Asking for God's Comfort to our family in the passing of Quincy ... the late Richard Jones' son. Know that the Lord cares and look to His Word. Sending our Prayers & Love. From: Mrs. Joyce Baker & Family (Aunt Judy) of Indianapolis; Dorothy Harrison & Family of Louisville, Kentucky; Rev. Bobby Huguley & Family of Louisville, Kentucky and William Robinson of Cincinnati, Ohio.

Krystal Robinson

May 3, 2021

Tech Titan D-Line 💙

I remember Quincy as one of my brothers on the Drumline at Tech High School. We had a special bond, all of us. We looked out for one another in school, and we all lived fairly close to one another in the neighborhood. "Q," as we affectionately called him, kept us laughing with his outlandish stories, down-to-earth demeanor, and his very distinct laugh (lol). He held it down on the quints/quads, and he gave his all in every practice and every performance, much like he did in life (gave his all). I pray God's continued healing and comfort to all of his family and friends. Love and miss you, Q. 🙏

Erika Reeves

May 1, 2021

To Momma Marcy, Cheryl, And Bianca, You Are In My Thoughts And Prayers In The Passing Of My Buddy Quincy! When Grief Comes Around Remember To Read The Word Of God For Comfort And Strength! Love You, Deacon Mario And Erika Young!

Aunt Honey Coe

May 1, 2021

Sister and Niece,

We are broken, but as his sister said “he’s a keep it moving type of guy” and his famous line to his mom was “you worrying about the wrong thing”. You are still the “three musketeers” only now one musketeer is an angel. Love and miss you always and forever, until we meet again.

Priscilla Johnson

April 30, 2021

Dearest Cheryl and Montgomery Family,
I am so sorry. I wish there was something I could say to help, but know that I can only wish you find some comfort and strength. I will keep you and the family in my thoughts and prayers.

Love,
Cousin Priscilla
Kentucky

Priscilla Beavers

April 30, 2021

I was the first to see you in the operating room and you were one of my boys .I will miss you.

Kimberly Raby

April 30, 2021

Quincy's life was a blessing to so many people. He is loved, he is missed but the fond memories he allowed us to be apart of will live forever.
Praying for God's comforting presence during this time for all the Montgomery family.

Aunt Cindy Beavers

April 30, 2021

My Dear Nephew,
I will miss you...I love you.
Family, I love you...Many prayers and blessings.