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Quentin T. Howell, a successful local business owner, is a native of Baldwin County. He and his wife, Latonya N. Howell, both run Howell’s Medical Equipment & Supply, a business that Mr. Howell started in college, after transitioning from the Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps. While in college, he also started a house rental business and became a very successful radio talk show host.

As an entrepreneur, Mr. Howell also began diligently working throughout the community. He became president of his class at Savannah State University and also an active member of the Litway Baptist Church family. As a member of Litway Baptist Church, Mr. Howell worked throughout the community on numerous issues that affected the citizens. Whether it was taking students to church, starting numerous mentoring programs, volunteering in the local school systems, including at risk schools, or working with many grass root programs throughout the Savannah area, he could always be found giving to his community.

After extending his business to Middle Georgia, Mr. Howell started co-hosting a radio talk show on Love 103.7. After college, Mr. Howell married his high school sweetheart and love of his life, Latonya N. Howell.

Quentin T. and Latonya Howell now both run two successful businesses, and Quentin T. Howell hosts the largest radio talk show in Middle Georgia.

Quentin T. Howell is a saved born again Christian, who stands for Christian principals. He continues his membership at Litway Missionary Baptist Church in Savannah, Georgia and is a life time member of Second Beulah Missionary Baptist Church in Sparta, Georgia. Mr. Howell is a conservative Democratic, who has spent years working tirelessly in the Milledgeville and Middle Georgia communities. He has sponsored and participated in numerous food and clothing drives, as well as job and employment forums in the communities. Quentin T. Howell believes that Baldwin and Putman counties can move forward with new leadership. He also believes that this leadership must understand that small businesses are the life blood of this country, and that tax incentives must be given to small business owners with growth for state industry.