Quincy Brian Kelly (A.K.A. Bolly) was born February 6, 1978 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida at Broward General Hospital. His mother Sandra Kelly-Cuveilje and his father Dafoe Cuveilje, raised him and his five siblings in a household filled with love, laughter, and their devoted faith in God. Quincy was very loving and caring to those he encountered and would leave a lasting impression on them. He was always the life of laughter in the room. Quincy was quoted as always saying, “Smile at least three times daily, you’ll feel a whole lot better!” Quincy would go out of his way to help someone in whatever capacity he could; which demonstrated the size of love in his heart. At a very young age, he aspired to be a professional basketball player while attending Dilliard High School. Quincy also had a hard-work ethic which was evident during his tenure at Walmart Supercenter. Quincy’s leadership as a supervisor was well respected and received by his fellow coworkers up until his retirement. Quincy became a father in his young adult life and dedicated himself to being the best father to his children. He enjoyed spending quality time with his children, family and friends.
Quincy was called home peacefully by the Lord on January 16, 2021 at the age of 42. Quincy is survived by his four children; Jovan Arrow, Jessica Kelly, Andreia Kelly and Quincy B. Kelly Jr (B.J). Four grandchildren; Christian Arrow, Jahlan Arrow, Jaliah Arrow and King Harper. His father Dafoe Cuveilje and five siblings; Kimberley Gouch, Darrian Kelly, Johnathan Cuveilje, Cassandra McMurren and Angel Louijuste; 19 nieces and nephews, and many more dear family and friends to be included.
Quincy was a believer in Christ, no matter how much pain and suffering he endured throughout his lifetime. Whenever possible, Quincy would share words of the Lord to those around him. Quincy never steered away from his faith, as he would always say; “ Lord, I would take this pain any day so that my children never have to.” Quincy’s way of living could be depicted by his favorite gospel song, “Fully Committed.”
Quincy will greatly missed by those whose lives he touched. Quincy fought a long and hard battle, but can now Rest In Peace, with his mother, Sandra who welcomed him with open arms.
II Timothy 4:6-8
For I am now ready to be offered, and the time of my departure is at hand.
I have fought a good fight, I have finished my course, I have kept the faith:
Henceforth there is laid up for me a crown of righteousness, which the Lord, the righteous judge, shall give me at that day: and not to me only, but unto all them also that love his appearing.
Arrangements are under the direction of Millennium Cremation Service, Vero Beach. Online condolences may be left at www.millenniumcremationservice.com.
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