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Dallas Anthony Davis

March 28th, 2024

Dallas Anthony Davis – A Celebration of Life service for Dallas Anthony Davis, aged 10 weeks, will be held at 3:00 PM, Saturday, April 6, 2024, at the gazebo of Woodridge Memorial Park, 138 Corley Mill Road, Lexington. Pastor Zach Cooper will officiate. Interment in Woodridge Memorial Park will follow the service. Dallas Anthony Davis joined our Lord in Heaven, March 28, 2024. Born in West Columbia, he was the son of Brock Anthony Davis and Angelina Mann. The life of Dallas was brief, but full of joy. He was a happy baby since birth, smiling so big and bright. His personality shined clearly through his facial expressions and actions. He was showing off his dimples any chance given and during tummy time, showed determination to “inch” forward. Dallas was a special baby with an extraordinary gift of brightening anyone’s day and bringing family together. Heaven is lucky to have this baby angel. He will be loved and missed dearly, but never forgotten! Dallas is survived by his loving parents; and his sister, Raelynn Sharpe. Dallas was predeceased by Ramsey Davis (Great Grandpa), Franklin Powers (Great Grandpa), Robert Mann (Uncle). The family would like to thank the Charleston County Coroner’s Office and Pastor Michael “Gunner” Rose for their attentive and thoughtful care. The family would also like to thank all family members who assisted Dallas’ mother and father in the immediate days after his passing for their thoughtful and loving care.

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🕯️ We are so saddened by your loss. We are praying for the Father’s comfort in Jesus’ Name and that you know His peace in this time. Our thoughts and continued prayers are with you all. Lots of love, Alex, Suzanne and Meg Zelling

Published June 10th, 2024

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