“Peace I leave with you, my peace I give unto you: not as the world giveth, give I unto you. Let not your heart be troubled, neither let it be afraid.”
John 14: 27 (KJV)
The family of Pascal Greene Quarterman “Cubby”, with grateful hearts acknowledges the outpouring of love and acts of kindness that you have so graciously shown during our time of sorrow. Your calls of concern, visits, cards, floral arrangements, gifts of love and prayers will never be forgotten. It is our humble prayer that God bless each of you.
The Quarterman & Greene Family
Pascal Debarry Greene was born Oct. 11, 1974, to proud parents Pascal Quarterman and Alice Luvenia Greene Quarterman in Savannah. On Friday, June 8, 2012, God called him home after sustaining injuries from an automobile accident on I-95 near Midway, but not before his work was done.
Barry was a member of the Mt. Zion Outreach Center in Midway and owner of Greene's Home Building and Construction Enterprises.
He was known to many for his love of family, racing and laughter. According to cycledrag.com, "Greene will best be remembered for stellar performances on a Dan Wagner-tuned Outlaw Pro Street Bike known as 'The Black Widow' from 2003-05. Greene's most successful season of MIROCK racing came in 2003 when he finished second in points to his good friend Joe "Fast" Long. In 2004, Greene's run of 7.13 at 198 mph was the quickest Outlaw pass ever. Greene also found success in the Pro Mod ranks and quickly became a major contender in the AMA/Prostar series."
Left to cherish his memory are his parents, Pascal and Alice Quarterman; siblings, Monique and Prince Quarterman; grandparents, Albert Sr. and Harriett Greene; and special cousins, Keith and Jolonda T. Greene.
To carry on his legacy are his children, Pascal Debarry Shellington, Jasmine Iman Greene Quarterman, DaMonte Khiree Greene, Jacoby Deon Greene, Jacari Debarry Rowe, and Debarry Jamile Greene; and one goddaughter Daja Hines.
To celebrate his life are his uncles, Charles Quarterman Jr., Isaiah (Samantha) Quarterman, Albert Greene Jr. and Jimmy (Judith) Greene Sr.; aunts, Martha (Bobby) Alvin, Denise (Sandy) Williams, Ann Quarterman and Dorothy Quarterman; and a host of cousins, relatives, and friends.