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Sheila Ann Davis
January 3, 1951 ~ October 4, 2023 (age 72) 72 Years Old
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Sheila Ann Davis was called home by our Lord and Savior on October 4, 2023 while at home, surrounded by her loved ones. She was born on January 3, 1951 in Chesapeake, VA.
Sheila was raised in Far Rockaway, NY and graduated from Far Rockaway High School. She was an entrepreneur and known to have many business ventures. While in New York City, she ran her own hot dog truck and served many communities. She also ran a transportation service known as Dollar Van Service. Sheila wore many hats, including, working as a home health aide.
Some of her interests included dancing, singing, helping people shop for homes, going to Bingo and hanging with her family. Her biggest dream was to buy an RV and travel around the country with her family.
Sheila was predeceased by her mother, Ruth Mariam Davis (Mackey).
She is survived by her father, Columbus Alexander Davis (Bertha); husband, Clarence Davis; five brothers, Columbus “Alexander” Davis Jr., Jerome “Bernard” Davis, Kelvin Davis, Shawn Davis, and Marcus Davis; two sisters, Tracey Davis and Kimberly Davis; four daughters, Taisha Davis-Rodgers (Kareem), Candi Stroy-Eneliko (Filipo), Marie Short (Corey Sr.) and Dandrea Young; fifteen grandchildren, Robieshia, Tanaya, Zaria, Kyla, Nyla, Sarai, Corey Jr, Brielle, Noah, Kyren, Dannye Jr, Isaiah, Serena, Nehemiah and Luke; two great-grandchildren, Mia and Ian and a host of family, friends and loving in-laws.
Sheila may be gone from this world but her memory in our heart will never be forgotten.