Minister Mosby became a disciple of Greater Framingham Community Church in April 2013, and was enthusiastically accepted as a member of the GFCC Ministerial Staff.
Minister Quincy “Doc” Mosby is a native of Memphis, Tennessee. He accepted Christ at an early age and has been active in church ministries for more than 45 years. Responding to his call to ministry and preaching in 2003, and served as an Associate Pastor, Zion Union Church located on Cape Cod, Massachusetts under the leadership of Pastor Bernard Harris Sr. Minister Mosby served on the ministerial staff at Zion Union Church for eight years and was licensed to preach the gospel in September 2012.
Minister Mosby became a disciple of Greater Framingham Community Church in April 2013 and was enthusiastically accepted as a member of the GFCC Ministerial Staff. He has been active in the Men’s Christian Fellowship Ministry, where he serves as the Men's Christian Fellowship Bible Study Leader. Doc, as he fondly likes to be called, enjoys singing and sharing the word of God through the Men's Christian Fellowship Choir, and the GFCC Mass Choir. He loves praise and worship, and the opportunity to share the gospel with others.
He is an ardent supporter of education and is always looking to inspire young men and women to pursue their academic dreams. Doc also serves as Chairman of the GFCC Scholarship Selection Committee, and as Director of the GFCC Annual Golf Scholarship Classic, which seeks to provide needed funding for high school and college students in MetroWest.
Doc holds a Doctor of Business Administration and Aviation Communications from Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, a Master of Business and Aviation Communications from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University pursuing a Master of Divinity Degree from Yale Divinity School in New Haven, Connecticut. In his professional career, Quincy is employed as an Aviation and Air Traffic Control Consultant and Landing Systems Engineer for the US Department of Defense. Minister Mosby is a highly decorated 28-year Air Force veteran, and an ardent community activist and business professional. He has served as President, General Charles McGee Chapter, Tuskegee Airmen Incorporated, former Vice President of the Massachusetts Airport Management Association, and member of the American Association of Airport Executives. He is married to the former Dawn McNair, and they reside in Marlborough, Massachusetts.