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Carrie Davis

Carrie Lou Davis

Thursday August 10, 1916 - Wednesday March 25, 2020
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Ms. Carrie Lou Davis, 103, of Hartwell Georgia, passed on Wednesday, March 25, 2020, at Hart Care Center, Hartwell. She was a daughter of the late Dora Harris Davis.

She was a retiree of Stax Restaurant and a devoted member of Mount Nebo Baptist Church, where she served as a devotion leader and on the Deacon Board.

She was preceded in death by her husband, William E. Miles; a son, Lonnie Davis; her stepfather, Eugene Davis; two brothers, Oliver Harris and Claude Harris; a sister, Willa Mae Roy; and a niece, Dora Miles.

Left to cherish many fond and loving memories are a daughter, Juanita Norton of Greenville, SC; two sons, Roy (Helen) Miles, Sr., of Greenville, SC, and Rev. Eddie J. Davis of Fountain Inn, SC; a niece, Leslie (Bruce) Garnett of Pennsylvania; a daughter-in-law, Mae H. Davis of Greenville, SC, two devoted grandchildren, Min. Eva (Elder Clayton) Smith and Priscilla Lewis-Mance; sixteen other grandchildren; a host of great-grandchildren, great-great-grand-children; other relatives and friends.
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  • Interment

    Thursday April 2, 2020 | 2:00pm
    Thursday April 2, 2020 2:00pm
    Mount Nebo Baptist Church Cemetery
    500 Oolenoy Church Road
    PICKENS, SC 29671
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    Graveside Service


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Jackie L. clark

Posted at 12:09am
My heart was sadden after learning of the death of Mrs. Davis. She was a member of the Freetown Community Center Seniors Program where I served as the Director for over 22 years and she was one of my beloved Seniors. She was such a sweet spirit, never complaining, always willing to do what was in the best interest of the program. I never heard her say one negative word about anything we did together. She was always willing to help out in any way she was asked. She participated in the Bible Study, Birthday Club, loved to take trips to the garden to get her fresh vegetables. She was a joy to have around. To the family, I extend my deepest condolences to all of you. Our loss is heavens gain. Rest on Sweet Spirit and Thanks for the Memories!!!

Priscilla Lewis Mance

Posted at 04:41pm
GrandMa, YOU Will ALWAYS & Forever be in our hearts. We LOVE YOU & will Always cherish our Special & Fun times together, not2 mention our Every Sunday dinners 2gether with my family/ friends. Every one loved you. We ALWAYS had So much fun and Now we have so many beautiful memories to cherish 4 a lifetime. 💖Love you Grandma💖.

Carter Jeanette

Posted at 09:41am
To family and friends,
What a beautiful spirit Miss Carrie was. Upon meeting our family she instantly became an old friend. She, like my Mom, was a great talker. She was never shy but
always gentle and kind. She was indeed a special lady.
May She Rest In Peace. 🌹
Jeanette Carter
Fort Washington, MD

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