“Weeping may endure for a night but joy comes in the morning”
Mr. Lemonte’ AnQuawn Hargrove was born on September 30, 1974, in Milledgeville, Georgia, at Baldwin County Memorial Hospital. He was educated in the Hancock County School System. He was a member of the graduating class of 1994. Lemonte’ was affectionately called “Quawn” by his family and “Mont” by his friends. He was a fun loving young man who really enjoyed spending time with family and friends. He was the spitting image of his father as he was often reminded by all that saw them together. Quawn was an extremely hard worker as he was known for this trait. He developed these characteristic from both his parents who instilled in him at an early age the importance of hard work. He was employed at Mohawk Manufacturing Company for several years and later began working at Interfor Corporation until his untimely death. He enjoyed listening to music and going to the race tracks for entertainment. He was a very stylish dresser and he enjoyed indulging in cocktails for fun.
He leaves to cherish his memory two loving parents, Lillie Barnes-Swinney and Joseph (Beebop) Hargrove, Jr., and a grandmother Mamie “Polly” Hargrove. Four sons, Drake DeQuan Walls, Quantavious Walls, Montagus Trevonn Davis, and Jaquavious Draymon Solomon, two daughters Tytianna Calisha Walls and Alexis Kiamber Davis. One granddaughter Tamia Nicole Jones. Two sisters, Angel (Eugene) Barber and LaTeasa T. Barnes of Atlanta. Georgia. Two brothers, Andropulous S. Hargrove and Alsandair R. Barnes of Sparta, Georgia. Six Aunts, Ruthie M. Strother, Geraldine (Leon) Dixon, Carolyn Hargrove, Betty (Walter) Monday, Emma M. Watson and Doris H. Eaves. Five Uncles, Charlie Barnes, James (Hazel) Hargrove, Jimmie (Rubie) Hargrove, Sammie (Regina) Hargrove, and John “Pop” Hargrove. A host of other relatives and friends.
Services entrusted to Dawson’s Mortuary – 98 Hopgood Street, Warrenton, GA.