Missy Ann DavisFebruary 14, 1977
Missy Ann Davis was the fifth of six children born to Daphne Davis and the late Horace ivory in Orlando, Florida on February 14, 1977.
As a young woman Missy dedicated her life to Christ and joined New Hope Church of the Living God in Orlando, Florida where the Pastor Mae Williams presided.
Born and raised in Orlando, Miss Missy had many friends and touch plenty hearts. Over the years she birthed four lovely kids in Orlando, Florida. In 2008, she met Robert “Rat-Man” Thomas and fell in love and moved to Union Springs, Alabama.
She was preceded in death by her father, Mr. Horace Ivory; grandmother, Susie Bennett; nephew: Trevon Jackson; aunt: Louise Oliver.
Missy leaves to cherish her memories her mother, Daphne Davis; two daughters: Shavel (Rakeem) Streeter and Rocquel Echols; two sons: Eric Gabe and Derrick Crayton; four sisters: Cynthia Jackson, Anissia Shellman (Willie), Tara Jackson and Lakeisha Davis; one brother: Bernard (Charlene) Jackson, Jr.; three special grandchildren: Armani, Amari Streeter and Roderick Burgess, Jr.; a host of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, great nieces and nephews, other relatives and friends.
She was loved and will be remembered by many.
Return to Glory January 9, 2018
Bridge to a Future
Roads that wind round canyon walls
Like corridors round learning halls
Points of light there on the ground
Will draw you with familiar sounds
Gather there the tools you need
Advice is there for you to heed
Spread the word as given you
And do the work you're supposed to do
Travel where your heart does tell
Let your knowledge serve you well
Things will flow as to their course
You need not fear, or push, or force
All things come as time dictates
Though time has come for what you wait
The door is open once again
A bridge for futures now and then