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Quinester Knox Calloway

Nashville, Tennessee

Age 84

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Quinester Knox CallowayNashville - Age 84, passed away Wednesday, September 4, 2019. She is preceded in death by her parents, Robert Samuel Knox and Mamie Bernice Haynes; husband of 59 years, Rev. Paul Calloway, Sr., brother, David Pettigrew, and son, Byron Keith Calloway. She is survived by her...

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My prayers are with you all. Sis. Deirtra, love you much ❤.

I am keeping the family in my thoughts and prayers.

I remember Quinester from our Haynes High
School and later our college days. Quinester
was valadictoran of her Haynes graduating
class. During our college days we were strong members of the Baptist Student Union. Qui ester
was elected National President BSU, which
Was the first time a female had been elected to
that position. As a young fellow I truly loved and admired Quinester.
Forrest St.Clair Jolley

Mrs. Quinester Knox Calloway, you have truly been indeed a blessing to me and my family.
God has a better place for you be blessed in the glories of Heaven. I will continue to be a blessing in my singing ministry. See you one day on the other side God bless you for a job well done.

Mrs. Quinester Knox Calloway, you have truly been indeed a blessing to me and my family.
God has a better place for you be blessed in the glories of Heaven. I will continue to be a blessing in my singing ministry. See you one day on the other side God bless you for a job well done.

A Beautiful Queen as taken her wings.
I shall always remember this Beautiful lady, she was the best and most caring Student Teacher
one could have.
As she was Ms. Knox to us during those years, she showed her Love to each student. and wanted you to succeed.
A great educator.
I will always remember Ms. Quinester Knox Calloway.
Rest In Peace

Thanks, Mrs. C, for seeing the potential in me when I didn't see it in myselfas you did for so many others.
Now, enjoy your reunion.
To her Family, I pray for God's strength, comfort, and peace individually and collectively.