Christian Douglas Quick
   
   
   
 

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Christian Douglas Quick

Christian Douglas Quick is a 15th generation American and a native of Durham, North Carolina.  He is the son of Kenneth Douglas Quick and Catherine Lynne Odom Quick, and grandson of John Kenneth Quick, the late Mary Beverage Quick Delahay, LTC Charles Robert and Carla Whitehurst Odom.  Mr. Quick is a graduate of Voyager Academy.  He was recently named to serve with The President's Men at Hampden Sydney College where he is majoring in business and playing varsity tennis.

 

Memberships:

* Descendants of Colonial Mothers 1607-July 4, 1776 (Founding
   Member)
* Descendants of Early Postmasters 1607-1900 (Founding
Member)
* Descendants of the Knights of the Bath
* Flagon and Trencher, Descendants of Early Tavern Keepers
* General Society of Colonial Wars (Member of the North Carolina
   Society)

* Jamestowne Society
* National Society Sons and Daughters of Antebellum Planters
   1607-1861
* Order of Alba

* Order of First Families of North Carolina

* Order of Indian Wars of the United State

* Order of the Descendants of the Justiciars (Charter Member)
* Order of the Monarchs of Rheims (Founding Member)

* Order of World War I

* Presidential Families of America

* Sons and Daughters of Colonial and Antebellum Bench and Bar 1565-1861
 

 

Other Notes:

Mr. Quick was the recipient of the Mayor’s Award in May of 2016.  This award provides  Research Triangle area students the opportunity to learn and serve their community.  He also received the Service Laureate Award from Voyager Academy.  

 

Athletic honors and awards include

* All State Sophomore and Junior seasons in doubles

* All Region Sophomore,  Junior and Senior seasons

* All Conference Sophomore,  Junior and Senior Seasons

* Team captain Junior and Senior seasons

* North Carolina State Semi Finalist doubles 2014

* Team Most Valuable Player Award 2015 and 2016
* Service Club-Voyager Academy
* Young Life

 

Christian Quick organized Topspin Tennis and through this program he taught beginner tennis lessons to students in First through Third grades focusing on fundamentals of tennis.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   
   
 
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