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Eugene Davis
January 01, 1960   -   October 06 , 2012

Obituary posted by : Charlotte Davis ,  wife   
Person Description:
Reflections Of Life Eugene Earl Davis was born January 1, 1960 to the union of William and Betty Davis. He received his wings on Saturday October 6, 2012 and was proceded in death by his grandparents Gentle Campbell Sr. , Spencer Davis and Essie Mae Davis. Eugene attended the Compton Unified School District in California, he confessed a hope in christ at an early age and baptized at New Pleasant Grove Missionary Baptist Church under the leadership of Rev. w.C Charles. She laters joined Challenge of Faith C.O.G.I.C in Los Angeles California and was a faithful board member under the leadership of the Elder Robert Jessie Sr. until moving to Jacksonville Arkansas where he became a member of Mt. Ararat Baptist Church under leadership of pastor Timothy Smith. Eugene was a loving person who cared about everyone especially his family. When your day wasn't going well his hugs and love always made you feel better. He loved God, movies, music, and always spending time with his children. Eugene leaves to cherish his memories; His Father william Davis, three brothers, William Davis of Compton CA, Deon Gooden of Bellflower CA, and Quaslin Gooden of Long Beach CA; One sister Latonya Gooden of Bellflower. Four children Eugena Davis of Charlotte NC, Evelina Davis of Victorville CA, Eugene Davis Jr of San Bernardino CA and Gene Davis of Sanbernardino CA.; Seven nieces Kionna,Dionna,LaKiesha,Tierra,Deja,and Sanai. Five Nephews Jon jr,Daveon,Dionte,William and Tyrone.



Service Information:
Interment: Arkansas Memorial Gardens Highway 161 North Little Rock Arkansas 72117 Repast: The family will return to church for dinner.
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