Quentin Darryl Longino (Big "L", Que) passed away at the age of 45, on Saturday, August 28, 2021 from a motorcycle accident. Preceded in death by his mother, Marsha Longino, maternal grandparents, Ernestine and Curtis Murphy, paternal grandparents, Ernestine and Claude Longino, Aunt, Tammy Longino, Uncle, Reggie Longino, Aunt Rita Johnson, Uncle, John Johnson.
Quentin Darryl Longino was born August 2, 1976 in Cleveland, Ohio. He attended Noble Elementary School in Cleveland Heights, Ohio until 12 years of age. He moved to Corona, California where he attended La Sierra Middle School. He was a member of the football team. He attended Norco High School. Upon completing his education in Corona he decided to move back to Cleveland. Quentin was an entrepreneur.
Quentin was known for playing his music in his vehicles very loud. This began in his car, moved to his SUV and carried over to his Harley. It's been said, you could hear Quentin coming before you saw him. Quentin enjoyed enhancing his Harley in every way possible. He loved going to Gordon Park for "Comedown Sundays". This is where Bike (motorcycles) and car enthusiast go to show off their vehicles and Quentin liked showing off his Harley. Quentin was the Vice President of the Phanton Bike Club.
Quentin was neither quite or a loner as some may have thought; he was just selective to whom he shared his time with. Quentin loved sharing his time with his father, the person he called for every question about anything, at anytime never mind the time difference. Those that really knew. Quentin even just a little, lost a shinning light in their. Lives.
Survived by his father Darryl Longino, his step-mother Jeanne Longino; his brother Darryl Matthew Longino, his step-brother Kevin Johnson Aunts: Denise Longino, Nicole Longino-Grahm (Reggie), Kim Longino; Uncles: Claude Longino Jr. (Patricia), Kevin Longino (Melonie), step-nephew, Trevin Johnson, his best friend Damien "Mandale" Gooden, as well as numerous cousins and friends.
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