Julian Phillip “J.P.” Quattlebaum

Augusta, GA  – Julian Phillip “J.P.” Quattlebaum, 82, husband of Joyce James Quattlebaum, entered into rest Saturday, February 12, 2022, at his Residence.

Mr. Quattlebaum, son of the late Polly Niece Quattlebaum and William James Quattlebaum, Sr., was born in Burke County. He was a Maintenance Supervisor at Federal Paper. He was an avid fisherman, hunter, and farmer who loved growing sunflowers and enjoyed being at his second home, called, The Pond.

He is survived by his wife of 47 years, Joyce J. Quattlebaum; his children, Mary Elizabeth Cook (James “Bossy”), Julian Phillip Quattlebaum, Jr. (Tina), Patsy Huggins, Ronald Craig Waits; his grandchildren, Jennifer Jenkins (Jonathan), James Youngblood, Rachel Bowman (Corey), Julian Phillip Quattlebaum III (Julie), Brooke Broxton (Cameron), Blake Williamson (Mollie), Craig Waits, Hailey Waits, Landon Waits, Fallon McClain (Flint), Ashleigh Dyson; his great-grandchildren, Anslynn Broxton, Caden Broxton, Julian Phillip Quattlebaum IV, Jake Williamson, Carter Waits, Sabrina Smith, Nathaniel Smith, Alexis Smith, Lexie McNair, Abby McClain, Levi McClain, Aubrie McClain, Faith Whitaker, Hailey Whitaker, Devin Bowman; his sister, Edith Rachels.

Chance & Hydrick Funeral Directors, 2502 Richmond Hill Road, Augusta, GA, 30906.

6 responses to “Julian Phillip “J.P.” Quattlebaum”

  1. Gregg and I (Jamie) send our condolences. JP was a good man and will be greatly missed. We send our prayers and love to the family 🙏🙏🙏

  2. Uncle J.P. was an interesting and good man who loved his family and friends. He will be greatly missed.
    Although his body is gone, his spirit and memories will live on in each of us.
    We send our love and prayers to all the immediate family.
    Judith Rachels Clifford, niece

  3. To the Family. We send our deepest condolences. We are neighbors of Rollins Rd and friends of Craig and Joyce. Our prayers are with the family during your time of bereavement.

  4. Mr JP was a find man and always had words of wisdom to share. He always would share a story with you and he enjoyed a good conversation. I never saw him a lot but when I did he would always speak kind words. Mr. JP will be missed.

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