Nancy “Sue”Royster Quattlebaum

Augusta, GA – Nancy ”Sue” Royster Quattlebaum, 65, beloved wife of Mr. Tim Quattlebaum, entered into rest on Tuesday, July 13, 2021 at University Hospital.
Memorial Services will be held in the chapel of Chance and Hydrick Funeral Directors, on Saturday, July 17, 2021, at 3:00 PM with Reverend John Beck officiating.
Mrs. Quattlebaum was born in Jacksonville, Florida on August 30, 1955. She was the daughter of the late William Royster, Jr. and Lou Edwards Royster. Mrs. Quattlebaum was a hairdresser for many years in south Augusta with a large clientele that she loved and cared for.
In addition to her husband, Mrs. Quattlebaum is survived by her daughter, Melissa Quattlebaum Williams (Brandon), and her grandchildren; Donovan Williams and Marcus Williams; brothers, Billy Royster (Marian), Mike Royster (Melanie), and sister Becky Worthy; numerous nieces and nephews.
The Family will receive friends at 2:00 PM until time of service.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations to the American Cancer Society, 2607 Commons Blvd, Augusta, GA 30909.
Chance & Hydrick Funeral Directors, 2502 Richmond Hill Road, Augusta, GA, 30906.


5 responses to “Nancy “Sue”Royster Quattlebaum”

  1. My condolences to Tim and Melissa. Sue was a very sweet neighbor and friend. She will be missed. I will not be able to attend her service but my thoughts and prayers will be with her family.

  2. Tim and Melissa,
    I am so sorry to hear of the loss of your precious Sue.
    I know you will miss her terribly. I am praying for you all!

  3. Sue I’m going to miss you so much.You were such a beautiful person inside and out.always was babying my hair because it would fall out due to Lupus.You were my friend for many years and I cherish the time we spend talking and laughing.I love you.To the Quattlebaum family I’m so sorry for your loss and my prayers are with you all.God bless you all.

  4. I lived next door to Sue on King St. a whole lifetime ago. She was in 3rd grade and I was in 2nd grade. At recess we met at the outer boundaries of our playgrounds so that we could spend that time together. Sue would bring us each a lollipop that Mrs Royster would pack in her lunch. We would tell secrets and laugh. Sue and her family only lived on King Street that one year but it was one of the sweetest childhood friendships that I can remember. She was kind and funny. I was looking for her online when I found this. I’m so sad that she’s gone from this world.

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