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Quentin Black

Quentin Black

Sunday, February 7th, 2021
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Obituary

Quentin Black, husband, father, grandfather, great grandfather and WWII Navy Veteran, went to Heaven on February 7, 2021 at the age of 95.

Quentin would have wanted to be remembered as a man who served his community and his church, though saved by grace that only comes through Jesus.

We will remember him as a father who loved his three boys, making sure they got a good education, with many camping and fishing adventures, but knowing that Jesus was the rock of our salvation. He was a husband who made his wife a priority in his life to the very end. We’ll miss his stories from Boy Scouts to WWII in the Pacific on the USS San Jacinto, but thankfully his family will all see him again when our day comes.

He was born in Milton, Florida, but lived in Pensacola since the age of 5. He was the son of Linnie Singleton Black and Eugene E. Black. His sister Eugenia Black Mountz and his brother Williard Black preceded him in death.
He retired from the Naval Aviation Rework Facility after nearly 40 years. One of the interests he had after he retired was participating in the archaeology digs around Pensacola and volunteering for the historical museum.
Quentin loved his church, Myrtle Grove United Methodist, and gave of his time and resources. He went on a mission trip from his church to Durango, Mexico and helped build a church there.

Quentin is survived by his wife of 64 years, Rebecca Black; three sons, Van (Patsy), John and Lee (Debbie); grandchildren, Alex, Savannah (Joan), Elizabeth, Henry and Justin; great grandchild, little John.

Though Quentin was a quiet man, his presence was always with us in so many ways. His kitty cats will miss him, too. He took care of everyone and everything.

Graveside Services will be available for the immediate family at Barrancas National Cemetery on Monday, February 15, 2021 at 11:00 a.m.

Memorial donations may be made at Myrtle Grove Methodist Church, P.O. Box 3225, 1035 North 57th Avenue Pensacola, Florida 32506.
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