Quentin Williams Death, Obituary – Quentin Williams has reportedly passed away leaving family, friends and loved ones in agony and grievance according to an online publication. To All of Our Friends from the Class of 2001 at Middletown High: We are saddened to inform you that Quentin “Q” Williams passed away late last night as a result of an accident that occurred on Route 9. Quentin was a Class Officer (Treasurer 12), an Indoor Track Athlete (Triple Jump), a DECA Enthusiast (he and Seora LaRosa had a unique link), and a FRIEND to all. In addition, Quentin was a FRIEND to all. Following his time spent with me and my classmates in high school, Quentin went on to earn degrees from Bryan College and Villanova University. Before Quentin’s work took him to the state legislature of Connecticut as an elected politician, he served his community as a member of the Planning and Zoning committee and as a school advocate. His career has taken him to the state legislature of Connecticut.
The previous year, Quentin decided to change his surname in order to pay tribute to his mother, Queen Williams, whom many of us recall as having been Quentin’s primary source of inspiration and influence. After getting married to Dr. Carrissa Williams, Quentin and his new wife decided to make Middletown their permanent residence. At our 20th reunion, which took place in September of last year, several of us had the opportunity to catch up with both of them. We are all profoundly saddened by this news, but our deepest sympathies go out to Glenn “PJ” Eason and Damian Mierny, who shared an inseparable bond with Quentin, as well as to Quentin’s mother, Queen, and his wife, Carrissa. Quentin was inseparable from all of them. This page will be kept up to date with any new information regarding his memorial services and commemorations.
As soon as it is possible, floral arrangements will be sent from AmberWorks on behalf of our class to be received by his wife and mother. Regarding memorial services and donations to charitable organizations, we will seek guidance from his family. I just now noticed that he posted a post on an event that will take place at the Russell Library this coming weekend here earlier yesterday. That was Quentin in a nutshell: encouraging, reassuring, and concerned. Nobody believed in Middletown quite as Quentin did, and the community in Middletown, the state of Connecticut, and the rest of the globe all missed out on boundless potential when we lost Quentin while he was just 39 years old.
It was an honor for all of us to be able to call ourselves his classmates. Take care of each other today as we all work through the grief brought on by this terrible loss. Your booming laugh could be heard all throughout the corridors, and you were so very loved, Quentin. Your grin would brighten up whatever place you walked into. You will remain in our thoughts forever.