Always In Your Heart
Picture me as I was, Full of life and love. Although not with you now, I'm watching from above. I know how much you miss me. And I miss you too. It was my time to leave. As each of us will do. Although not in your arms, I'm always in your heart, the precious love we shared, means we're never far apart. MOM
Liva Dell Quick was born April 09th, 1944 to the late Mary Hailey and Eddie Bailey in Marlboro County SC.
She transitioned to her heavenly rewarded home on December 09th, 2021 at Richmond County Hospice in Rockingham NC.
She confessed Christ at an early age. She joined Aaron Temple United Methodist Church. where she was a faithful member of Aaron Temple Gospel Choir, she also was a member of the Bennettsville Cheraw Area Cooperative Ministry Choir. She always looked forward to participating in the RAINBOW FEAST She would always ask her children, family, and friends for a donation for THE RAINBOW TEA (AND SHE ALWAYS WON). She always left with the crown!
Liva Dell enjoyed dancing. singing, shopping, but most of all she loved talking with people. She never met a stranger. She loved baking cakes and cooking for her family.
Liva Dell received her education in Marlboro County Public School Systems. She was employed at Perdue Farm for fifteen years, until her health failed.
Liva Dell was preceded in death by her parents Mary Hailey, Eddie Bailey, one great grandson Urijah E. Quick; three brothers: Bishop Eddie Bailey Jr, Augusta Bailey, and a special brother Quincey Lee Hailey. Three sisters: Dr. Louise Nichols, Sidney Faye Covington, and Virginia Mae Eaddy.
On March 26, 1961, she was joined in Holy Matrimony to the late Grady Quick. To this union there were four sons and one daughter.
Liva Dell leaves a LEGACY of LOVED ones to cherish her fondest memories.
Graylen Quick of Hamlet NC, Herbert (Maxine) Quick of Bennettsville SC, Dolph Quick of the home, Larry (Sheryl) Quick of Charlotte NC, Gilford (Lakissa) Quick of Bennettsville SC, and Erica Quick of the home. Nine grandchildren and twenty-one great grandchildren. Eight sisters Joyicelean Jacobs, Mary Ruth Gordon, Janice Williams, Annie P Willis, Irene Thomas, Dorothy Sanders, Pastor Betty King, and Pastor Thelma Palmer. Three brothers Richard Bright, Willy Bright, and Milton Bailey Sr. A special brother-in-law Peter Williams. Goddaughter, Sadie Staton. A host of nieces, nephews, family, and friends.