Quintin Lee

June 24, 1957 - April 25, 2021

Quintin Lee Stevenson, age 63, of Florence, passed from this life on April 25, 2021.  The family will receive friends on Saturday, May 1, 2021, from noon until 2:00 p.m. at Williams Funeral Home of Florence.  The funeral service will follow at 2:00 p.m. in the funeral home chapel with Brother James Gray officiating.

Mr. Stevenson was preceded in death by his father, Albert Lester Stevenson.  Survivors include his loving wife, Thi Mai Stevenson; mother, Victoria Stevenson; children, Quintin Smith, LaShonda Stevenson; and Madeline Richardson; step-children, Nguyen Thanh Tung and Nguyen Vu Viet Anh; siblings, Pamela Thirkill (Jerry), Roland Todd Stevenson (Elaine), Dondra Stevenson Hubert and Travis Turner;  two grandchildren; four step-grandchildren; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and other relatives and friends.

Mr. Stevenson formerly owned and operated Pizza Plus, and was a sales representative for Cooks Pest Control.  He loved gospel music.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to help defray funeral costs.

Condolences may be left at wfunerals.com


May 1, 2021
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Williams Funeral Home, Florence, AL


Williams Funeral Home, 1950 Helton Drive, Florence, AL

May 1, 2021 12:00 pm

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May 1, 2021
2:00 pm

Williams Funeral Home, 1950 Helton Drive, Florence, AL


Williams Funeral Home, 1950 Helton Drive, Florence, AL 35630

May 1, 2021 2:00 pm

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4 Comments on “Quintin Lee Stevenson”

  1. As I sit here to compose how to say goodbye to you tears roll down my face. Knowing that no matter what I do, say, or write you are never coming back. There are really no words to describe how I’m feeling right now. I keep looking down at my phone hoping to get a text or phone call from you like you have been doing from the
    first time we met. No matter what time morning,noon, or anytime at night I could expect a call from you we would have long conversation about just any and everything.
    I can hear your voice now calling me “City Slick” or you are a “Demon”. And I would call you my “Country Bumpkin”or a “Spawn From the Devil” (our jokes for each other) I miss hearing your voice and your laughter and boy some of the stories you use to tell me made me crack up with laughter and sometimes bring tears to my eyes. We had a very special bond.Sometimes we were like oil and water and couldn’t get along.
    But we both understood each other and that was very special. When I came down to visit you for the first time you taught me things about Alabama that I didn’t know. The music museum. You introduced me to foods that I never in my life thought that I would have tried. (Mexican)You taught me about wines (Mascotto) and liquors (Gentleman Jack).lol
    And when you came to New York for the first time you were very excited. I took you on your first subway ride the look on your face was like a little kid in a toy store we went to Time Square, Madame Tussaud’s wax museum,Coney Island Nathans famous hot dog restaurant in Brooklyn we even went to the movies I even took you to the casino where you won and I lost. We went to different restaurants and you couldn’t believe all the food that they had served us you was grinning from ear to ear no one could wipe that smile from your face.But the biggest thrill you got was when we went on the crab feast trip in Maryland you had the time of your life just to see you on the dance floor dancing that was so funny I still look at the videos. Up until the time you got sick we talked about all the things we did and how much fun you had.
    I introduced you to my children and grandchildren and all my friends who embraced you with open arms they treated you like they had known you for years and you were surprised that they accepted you. Up until now they were asking about you.That is the impression you left on them. They were so sad to hear of your transition they were looking forward to you coming to New York to live they wanted you to light up the barbecue again.(those ribs and hamburgers were the talk of the town). I miss you so,so much my heart is very heavy and now there’s and empty space there without you. I’m so sorry I wasn’t able to be there for your transition but I know you are in a better place now and not in anymore pain Every time l look at your picture I will always have a smile on my face and remember your laughter and the sunshine you brought into my life thank you for the special memories we made together.

    Good bye my love until we meet again re
    Rest In Peace


  2. I’m going to miss you Cousin… The conversation we had the facetime the time you told me to save you a spot on the couch i really Miss you take your rest until we meet again love you cousin.

    1. To my family my prayers are with you. Cousin we are only three months apart in birth I think of you and I will always remember the sound of your laughter and your smile love you always .

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