Joycie Mae Quattlebaum

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Joycie Mae Quattlebaum
Aiken - Joycie Mae Quattlebaum, the daughter of the late Alex Quattlebaum and Dorothy Quattlebaum Sr., was born May 5, 1945. She entered her rest March 31, 2014. In addition to her parents, three brothers and one sister also preceded Joycie in death.
Joycie was baptized at an early age at Smyrna Baptist Church. Joycie was a devoted mother and big sister and friend to many family and friends. She loved and nurtured many with good food (especially her red velvet cake).
She leaves to cherish her fond memories: her devoted daughter, Deirdre Quattle-baum; three granddaughters: Jai'Bria Quattlebaum, Anniedria Revell, Kniodria Quattlebaum of Aiken, South Carolina; three brothers: Gerald Quattlebaum of Wagener, South Carolina; Isaac (Patricia) Quattlebaum of Salley, South Carolina; Shelby (Erin) of Augusta, Georgia; two sisters: Beverly (Eddie) Watson of Batesburg, South Carolina; Judy Garrett of Columbia, South Carolina; two aunts: Salley Harris of Jacksonville, Florida; Anna Maude Turner of North Augusta, South Carolina; two sisters-in-law: Jenny Quattlebaum of Salley, South Carolina, Deloris Quattle-baum of Batesburg, South Carolina; nieces and nephews, too many to number and a host of relatives and friends.
If Joycie Mae could speak, she would say: "Please do not remember my bad days, only remember me at my best. Never talk of me as gone... for God saw that I needed rest. My bad got weak and tired, I fought hard to carry on but my Father said, 'No more my child it's time to take you home'. I felt no pain at all, my heart gave way with ease and I met my Master! I'm proud to say, 'He was pleased'! I fought a hard fighting battle, one I finally won, and with my Father now, my journey has just begun. So, do not weep and moan, instead my loved ones, rejoice! My life was not suddenly interrupted . . . Eternity was my choice."
New Life Began
March 31, 2014
Published in The Aiken Standard and North Augusta Star from Apr. 2 to Apr. 4, 2014