I attended the memorial service for Quincey Jamar Davis. The young man seemed to have vanished after 2004 until 2015 when his remains were found in a duct taped trash bag in the trunk of his mother’s car.
Because the week of April 8 – 14 is Crime Victim’s Rights Week, it was an appropriate time for the Hampton Victim Services Unit to not only draw attention to victims of crime, but to also honor the life of Quincey Davis and provide him with a proper burial. The State Police, Commonwealth Attorney’s office, and everyday members of the community all joined at O.H. Smith Funeral to celebrate the life of this promising young man, whose life was cut short. His uncle and teachers provided a glimpse of a smart, energetic, happy young boy who seemed to be thriving. Hampton Victim Services Unit has requested donations to cover the cost for Quincy’s burial. Donations can be sent to the funeral home or to the Hampton Victim’s Services Unit office.