The Life & Legacy of Quentin Alexander Smith Sr.
Quentin Alexander Smith Sr. aka “QuickFuze” was born April 8, 1970, in Saginaw, Michigan to Rose Marie Cain-Kirkpatrick and the late Steven Gary Smith.
Quentin lived by the Muslim faith, where he attended the Islamic Center of Irving in Irving, TX. He enjoyed the skill of cooking, writing poems, listening to music, and spending time with family and friends. He was a true believer of “Living Life!” and lived it to the fullest. He was a loving son, brother, father, uncle, and grandfather. Quentin had a sense of humor, was the life of the party, and a true philosopher.
Quentin’s biggest accomplishments include establishing a life of entrepreneurship with Handsome Refunds Tax Services, and the owner of Just Tacos mobile food truck, known for the legendary Saginaw-style Taco.
Quentin was preceded in death by his grandmothers Ruby Lee Cain and Martha Hardy, his grandfather Jessie Hardy, and his father Steven.
To cherish his memories, he leaves his mother Rose (Jeffrey) Kirkpatrick, siblings Tina (Carl) Pollard, Askia Muhammad, Amber LaDew, & Emonty Barnes; his children Quentin Alexander Jr. (Quentavion, Elijah, Skye’) Smith, Amari Joshua Gordon, & Eternal Cartel Smith; a host of aunts, uncles, nephews, cousins, friends, and a special friend “Tiff-Tiff.”