Quintin Hawkins Obituary, Death – Quintin Hawkins, Dinwiddie Senior Football Player has reportedly died leaving family and loved ones in agony and grief, according to an online GoFundMe page. Following the untimely passing of #21 Quintin Hawkins Jr., a senior football player for the Dinwiddie Generals, the Midlo Mustang Family would like to extend its condolences to the Dinwiddie Generals Family during this trying time. Quintin Hawkins Jr. was a member of the Dinwiddie Generals football team. During this trying time, we want Quintin’s family, teammates, and coaches, as well as the entire Navy Nation, to know that all of you are in our thoughts and prayers.
We are sorry for the loss of Quintin. Please be assured that each of you is on our minds, and that you are in our prayers. This remarkable young man had a responsibility to update his family today on his whereabouts and status. The life, presence, and story that God has written over the past 13 years have been a blessing for our household and for each individual member of our family. God has been gracious enough to allow us to use him as a loaner for a short period of time; however, the time has come for us to return him to him.
We are aware that the All-Powerful expects those who are closest to him to represent him at all times, and this is something that must be done correctly every time without exception. It is common knowledge that Q is superior to its rivals in every aspect of the competition. As a consequence of this, we are paying tribute to him today in order to honor him, and we would be grateful if everyone could spare some time to think about Quintin. During this difficult time, we ask not only for prayers but also for some support for the family. We would greatly appreciate it. Please remember them in your prayers and keep them in your thoughts. but you should also make some sort of financial contribution to the family.