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Elizabeth (Smith) Davis
April 26, 1931 ~ February 7, 2022 (age 90) 90 Years Old
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Well Done, Thy Good and Faithful Servant." On Monday, February 7, 2022 at her Charlotte residence, Mother Elizabeth Davis was called from the Labor of Love to Rest at ninety years of age.
Her life legacy began on April 26, 1931 in Ansonville, North Carolina. She was the wife of the late Rufus Orlando Davis and daughter of the late Alder Smith and Luke Little. Elizabeth was educated in the Anson County school system, where she later became a graduate receiving her diploma. Mother David was a woman of prayer and great faith. A Godly mother who loved and cared for her children, grandchildren, and children she has fostered throughout her lifetime. She enjoyed keeping busy between caring for her family and her position as a Traffic Enforcement Agent with the city. She fought a good fight and will deeply missed.
She was preceded in death by husband; Rufus Orlando Davis and brother; Horace Smith.
Elizabeth Smith Davis leaves a legacy of loving memories with: children; Sherrill Davis, Miriam Davis-Scott and Carolyn Davis, brother; William Smith, grandchildren; Divine Davis (Reba), Allah Headley, Tianika Pollock-Johnson (Dee), Renee Lowe, Justin Davis, Shanettea Pollock, Kimani Davis and Cuyana Davis, seven great-grandchildren, one great-great-grandchild and other relatives, friends, and her church family. Loving friends who will feel her loss terribly; Ada Tyson, Patricia Boy Lan Blthe, Margaret Sheppard, Viola Brock and Rachel Epps.