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Renee (Duckie) Quarles Young

January 9, 1961 – November 13, 2021

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Owens Funeral Svcs; Chapel
104 Green Chimney
Ashland, Va 23005
Tuesday 3-7pm
November 23, 2021

Renee'(Duckie)Quarles-Young 60, of Henrico departed Saturday, November 13, 2021. She was born on January 9, 1961 to Cleopatra Quarles and Lucious Cammack who preceded her in death.

At an early age Renee attended Saint Joseph Villa Elementary School, Brookland Middle and graduated from Henrico High. She was confirmed into the Catholic Church at a young age and attended Our Lady of Loundes. She began music in piano and organ under the leadership of Cora Washington of Richmond at the age of 4 until she was 17.. She enjoyed piano and organ and played for a Young adult group at a Church in Ashland for a short time. She began a love of bowling with a group called(Queen Bee) and traveled to tournaments all over the country. Renee also found a love of Graphic and took some classes and became a Graphic Designer after which she started U Just IImagine Graphic Design Company in the year 2006, Owens Funeral home became her first client. Later, she was approached by several churches and customers as far away as Europe and South America.

Renee ran into one of her classmates in the summer of 2008 at a 7-11 store where they stood outside for two hour catching up on old times and middle school memories. In 2009 Renee’ assisted Keith in forming Digivisits Inc and took it to the next level. DigiVisits Inc is a non-profit organization that bridges the gap, which builds and supports children with incarcerated parents. She was very passionate about helping families to make ends meet with donations of food boxes or grocery gifts cards. Renee also worked on helping families who had children with autism and provided resources they could use. She tirelessly worked with organizations like Good 360 with clothes for Digi-kids. These kids had parents or guardians who were in prison and needed assistance with getting free dental cleaning and extra assistance.

Left to cherish her memories are her son Jermaine Young, half brother, Ricky Cammack,
three aunts, Pearl Davis, Patricia Walker(Hank), Hettie Quarles and a host of relatives. Also, a special friend, Keith Wilkerson.

"Over 24 Years of Proven Personal Experience Serving this Community."