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Quincy Brown

Quincy Brown

Surrounded by his family, Quincy Brown passed away peacefully at his home in Smyer January 18, 2022, at the age of 59.
Quincy was born in Lubbock March 8, 1962, to David and Bertha Sue Flowers.
He graduated from Ralls High School.
Quincy worked as a senior guard for the Texas Tech Police Department for 15 years and then was a juvenile supervision officer at the Lubbock Juvenile Justice Center for five years.
He enjoyed participating in stock shows and rodeos, attending his children’s school events, painting and drawing.
He also enjoyed cruising around Smyer, talking to his friends and spending time with his horses and family.
Quincy was also a proud member of The West Texas Buffalo Soldiers.
He is survived by his partner, best friend and wife of 33 years, Juli Spence Brown of Smyer; mother, Bertha Sue Flowers of Lubbock; sons: Chance and Winter Brown of Kermit, Jordan and Savannah Brown of Lubbock, Jay Brown of Lubbock, Austin and Isaiah Brown of Smyer and Vonte Brown of Smyer. Daughters: Marinda and Mago Ramirez of Levelland and Lexi Brown and Caris Brown, both of Smyer; seven grandchildren: Paul Perez, Anthony Ramirez, Taylor Perez, Devin Ramirez, Aaliyah Brown, Jaeton Brown and Paisley Mosley; sisters: Barbra and Gary Howard, Angie and Tommy Smith and Scharlotte Flowers, all of Lubbock; brothers: Bobby and Gwen Adams of Garland, Johnny and Angela Flowers of Dallas and Michael Flowers of Amarillo.
He was predeceased by his father, David Flowers.
Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday, January 22, at the Smyer High School Auditorium, with Deacon Bobby Adams officiating.
Interment will follow in the City of Smyer Cemetery, under the direction of Head Duarte Funeral Home of Levelland.
Pall bearers include: Paul Perez, Austin Brown, Isaiah Brown, Jordan Brown, Vonte Brown and Chance Brown.
Visitation will be held from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. Thursday, January 20, for family and Friday, January 21, from 9 a.m. until 9 p.m. for family and friends at Head Duarte Funeral Home Chapel.
In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made to the Smyer FFA.
“Lets Do This Johnny”

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