Quincie “Randy” Lorinza Stephens

Quincie "Randy" Lorinza Stephens
Quincie "Randy" Lorinza Stephens

July 25, 1953 ~ April 29, 2021 (age 67)

Quincie “Randy” Lorinza Stephens, age 67 of Lumberton, entered into the joys of the Lord on Thursday, April 29, 2021, at this home. Randy, as he was affectionately known, was born on July 25, 1953, in Columbus County to the late John Stephens & Mary Brown Stephens.  

Services with military honors were held on Tuesday, May 4, 2021, Mt. Moriah Memorial Gardens, 5333 Andrew Jacksons Hwy SW, Chadbourn, Pastor Rico Chestnut & Pastor Kevin L.  Davis of The Powerhouse Church, officiated. 

To cherish his memory, Quincie leaves behind two daughters Tahesha Stephens of Chadbourn, and Paula Huggins (Wilbur) of Atlanta, GA; one son Christopher Vereen of Durham; seven grandchildren Runako Vereen, Olivia Vereen, Danita Williams, Brittany Huggins, Brandon Huggins, Rashad Stephens, & Cirrea Vereen; eight great-grandchildren; two sisters Annie Everette (Harvey) Prince George, Virginia and Patricia Reed (Charles) of Chadbourn; one brother Robert Stephens (Margo) of Clarkton. Quincie also leaves to cherish his memory one aunt, Elsie Ray Brown of Chadbourn.

D&A Funeral Services, Inc. of Chadbourn

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