The book of life for Christine Glover Quattlebaum was opened on June 13, 1954 to the late Floyd and Lillie Mae Glover. She departed this life on Tuesday, July 7th, 2020 at The Regional Medical Center.
She was educated at the Public Schools of Holly Hill South, South Carolina. She was a 1972 graduate of Holly Hill Roberts High School. She later attended Denmark Technical College in Denmark, South Carolina where she received her Associates degree in Early Childhood Development. At an early age, Christine joined Mount Olive AME Church in Holly Hill, South Carolina. Christine worked at Kids World Learning Center for 19 years. She worked for Holy Trinity United Methodist Church Childcare service until she retired in 2016.
She was joined into Holy Matrimony with David Henry Quattlebaum and from this union they were blessed with 2 daughters. Christine was a loving mother, sister, aunt and friend to many that knew her. She touched lives of many and will be greatly missed by all. Christine participated in praise and worship and other activities at Orangeburg County Council on Aging. Christine was enjoyed her time spent fellowshipping with others. Christine loved the Lord and was woman of strong faith.
She was preceded in death by her brother, Charles Glover.
She leaves to cherish her memories, her husband: David Quattlebaum; her daughters: LaQuine (Obie) Jamison, Latonya Quattlebaum of Orangeburg, SC; Three Sisters: Shirley Ann Glover of Orangeburg, SC, Neatha Glover of Washington, DC and Maggie( Rodney) Milteer of Stockbridge, GA; Four Brothers: Jody Glover Jr. of Vance, SC, Albert (Evelyn) Glover of Temple Hill, MD, Floyd Glover, Jr. of St. Paul, NC, Charles Glover and Reverend Carl Glover both of Washington, DC; Grandchildren: Diamond Jamison and Angel Quattlebaum; Sister-In-Laws: Annette Williams and Louise Prince of Orangeburg, SC, Betty Quattlebaum Stevenson and Dorothy Guinyard of Columbia, SC and Arvalette Quattlebaum of Brooklyn, NY; Brother-in Law: Willie Ray (Dorothy) Quattlebaum of Beloit, WI; A special friend, Joyce Jamison of Orangeburg, SC; and a host of nieces, nephews, and other relatives and friends.
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