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Quentin “Wayne” Cobbs

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Quentin “Wayne” Cobbs

Place of birth: Mound Bayou, MS

Religious affiliation: Christian

Quentin “Q” Cobbs, age 43, of Detroit, MI was born in Mound Bayou, Mississippi on March 8th, 1973. At a very young age, he accepted Christ as his personal savior. Quentin, graduated from Cooley High School in Detroit, and attended Highland Park Community College studying pre-law. In 1994, Quentin took a job offer at Ford Motor Company, where he would continue to work until his untimely death. “Q” loved and lived his life to the fullest, never skimping on anything or anybody. He was most happy when he saw the ones he loved happy. 
Missing You, Big Brother
I remember so wellAll the special times we hadMe, you, Katt and Marc raised side by sideReminiscing about the good times and even the badThere were times when we would disagreeBut always reconciled in the endAs we grew into adulthoodWe became the best of friendsIn a sudden moment, you heard the Lord’s callingWhispering your name from on highHe held out his loving handsBut I was not quite ready to say goodbyeI had to conjure up enough courage to say “see you later”Big brother, wait for meBecause I know that the beauty of God’s heavenIs where the best of the best will surely be. With Everlasting Love, Marilyn

Funeral Notice Detail

Quentin Cobbs died in a fatal car accident, where he was the passenger, Sunday, October 30th, 2016 at 4:47 a.m. on Pembroke and Lasher in Detroit, Michigan. He is survived by his dear mother, one daughter, one son, and three siblings; Syreeta (Julien) Winn, Marcus (Katherine) Morgan, Marilyn (Robert), Martin.

A Memorial Service will be held at

Church of the New Covenant

3426 Puritan Ave.

Detroit , MI 48238

On: Nov 04, 2016 — At: 11:00 AM

1 Response

  • Marie Gravesande On

    I am truly touched by your memorial statement the desire you've shown to reunite with your brother, as I offer my condolences to your family. There is a bond so strong it is love, ‘It’s the flame of God.’ Because such love originates with God. He is the One who has put in us the capacity to love. It is a flame that is inextinguishable. Such a love is what you’ve shown for your dear loved one. 'Song of Solomon 8:6,7'. At Isaiah 25:8 the prophetic promise is made that God ‘will actually swallow up death forever.’ That is when we will live forever and all reuniting will take place. Revelation 21:3,4.


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