April 24, 1956 - June 3, 2021
Legacy of Life The harvest does not speak of an untimely cutting down of the grain; rather it speaks of it being in its season. Therefore, the life lived by our departed love one should not be viewed as untimely, but in it’s season, the season of God’s choosing. Embrace the appreciation for the one that gave life, gave provision, good or bad; realizing it all is granted possible through the blessings of Jesus Christ. Jeanette Davis “Jean” was born April 24, 1956, to Katherine and Harold Davis. Jean was preceded in death by her mother, Lula Katherine Davis. Jean was the oldest of five girls and she would often let us know that she was the oldest. Jean wasthe family historian. She would tell us things that we did not remember. She could tell you the birthdays of every family member and their children and friends and their children. Jean paid attention to how she looked and enjoyed shopping until her health started to deteriorate. If we needed to find her, we could call her favorite store CATOs because they knew her by name. Jean loved her son, Darius. He was the most important person in her life. She was a woman of faith and had no problem letting others know how much she loved the Lord. So today we are sad because we will not see her in the physical life, but she will remain in our hearts. Do not weep, celebrate her life, because to be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord. Those she leaves behind to celebrate her life: son, Darius; father, Harold (Alice); four sisters, Van Nessa Davis Thornton, Angela Sawyer (Anthony), Althea and Michelle Davis; brother, Raymond Daniels; nieces, nephews and a host of family including uncles, Charles (Sheila) Crute and Gregory (LaVerne) Crute and friends, especially devoted Connie Seabron, Angela Grooms, Beatrice Taylor and Donna Collins. All those we love are a part of us, for things of beauty leave their trace, and memories of all we have shared, are treasures time cannot erase.
Legacy of Life The harvest does not speak of an untimely cutting down of the grain; rather it speaks of it being in its season. Therefore, the life lived by our departed love one should not be viewed as untimely, but in it’s season, the... View Obituary & Service Information
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