Luvonia Davis was born on January 27, 1968 to the Late Samuel Lee Davis, Sr. and Rosie Lee Davis and enetered into eternal rest at her home on Sunday, August 14, 2022.
At an early age she accepted Christ as her personal savior and became a member of the Emmanuel A.M.E. Church (now Emmanuel Methodist Church) where she served faithfully.
Luvonia received her education at Clay County Elementary School and Randolph-Clay High School, graduating in 1986. She earned a diploma in Cosmetology from Sparks State Technical College and received her license in the field. She also earned an Associate’s Degree in Business from the University of Phoenix.
She loved to fish, watch television, play games on her laptop and socialize in her spare time. She worked for Ventress Prison for many years until her health began to decline. She will be missed dearly and forever in our hearts.
In addition to her father, she was also preceded in death by a sister, Stephanie Brown, a brother, Samuel Brown, and a great nephew, DeQuan Davis.
She leaves to cherish a loving mother, Rosie Davis of Ft. Gaines, GA; a sister, Patricia (McArthur) McClinton of Ft. Gaines, GA; five brothers, Samuel Davis, Jr. of Columbus, GA, Willie Davis of Ft. Lauderdale, FL, Calvin (Beverly) Davis of Georgetown, GA, Kenneth (Angela) Davis of Headland, AL and Ken Loung of Crystal Rivers, FL; 9 aunts, Elizabeth Willis, Eddie Mae Gilbert, Emmerett Davis, and Lula Daniels, all of Ft. Gaines, GA, Bernice Evans, Lucy Tisby, Emma King, and Georgia Davis, all of Hallandale, FL, and Minnie Battle of Canton, OH; four uncles, Bennie Davis, Sr. of Ft. Gaines, GA, Willie Foy of Hollywood, FL, Robert Foy of Miami, FL and Pastor Artis Cameron of Palm Beach, FL; a great aunt, Annie Williams of Phenix City, AL; and a host of nieces, nephews, other sorrowful relatives and sympathizing friends.