Lindsey Lee Davis

Dec 26, 1985 – Feb 8, 2016

Obituary

Lindsey Lee Davis, aged 30, died on the morning of Feb. 8 in Puyallup, WA. She is survived by her mother, Wanda Davis (Jeri Watkins); her father, Gary Davis; her sister, Jessica Davis; her son, Alexander Davis; extended family and countless friends.

 

Lindsey was a kind spirit who enjoyed spending time with her friends and family. She will be remembered for her beautiful smile and her big hugs. She is deeply missed and will live on in the hearts and minds of those who loved her.


A memorial service will be held at Bonney Watson Funeral Home in Federal Way, WA on Feb. 20 at 11 AM, with a reception to follow immediately after the service.

Guestbook

April Hay-Scott
Puyallup, WA
Mar 5, 2016

Lindsey I know that we haven't met face to face but you have been like a sister to me for a long time. It pains me to know that you're not here to give me advice. But you are up in Heaven with God and no longer in pain. I love you and miss you sissy.

Tessi Hedrick
Seattle, Wa
Mar 2, 2016

Lindsey I have a place in my heart that yo memories of our time we spent as friends together will be till see yo beautiful bright self again in the iced out Paradise in the sky please watch out for my momma till I get thére she will love you boo

Lindsay caruthers
Federal way, Wa
Feb 19, 2016

Teresa Reynolds
Puyallup, Wa
Feb 19, 2016

Lindsey, I am so glad I got to meet and eventually call you my best friend. Its gonna suck living in this world without you. I miss you so much. I know your probably laughing at me right now because leave it to me to mess up the dates on my tattoos lol. I miss you laugh and your smile and you being here to comfort me when I'm sad. I'm sorry the last few years we went different ways and didn't see much of each other but I t was for good reason and you now you that. I love you with all of my heart.

LaQuay LaQuay
Seattle, WA
Feb 18, 2016

Lindsey lindsey you will be missed

i am so sad and angry and very pissed

The days of driving and the days of game

drinking & smoking and whats his name?

dancing to techno and gambling galore

staying up till 5 and hearing you snore

Out came alex, the nightmare number two

He got his looks, from the one and only you

you were interrupted but had the craft

could break a smile and make me laugh

You will not be forgotten I promise you that

When alex turns 18 i'll make him get a tat

The goddess will protect and bless it be

Please say hi to jamie and jeremy

This is a goodbye it wont be the last

I loved your friendship it was a blast

Take care take care my little one

we will meet again soon and have some fun

Sandra Hustede
Eatonville, WA
Feb 18, 2016

Now you are at peace. Your family is grieving your loss. You were loved unconditionally and will be missed. Prayers and thoughts are with them in their sorrow.

Susan Nold
Newburg, Or
Feb 17, 2016

I will forever miss you! I will never forget all the years of fun times we spent together! I LOVE YOU MORE!

Molly Current
Milpitas, CA
Feb 17, 2016

My heart breaks for all of you.

Jack Sheridan
Seattle , WA
Feb 17, 2016

Wanda,

Angela and I are thinking of you. We are so sorry for your loss.

Jack

karen schoonmaker
tacoma , wa
Feb 17, 2016

Lindsey, Im sorry I didnt have the pleasure of getting to know you or your son. I met your mom a couple times and have followed her on facebook. She always posts pictures of her children and grandson, and partner Jeri. She was so very proud of all of you, no matter what you were doing. She love's you unconditionally. My heart aches for her as she and you son, sister father and the rest of your family lay you to rest. God bless you, you will always be your mothers child in her heart. Wish i could be there.

Trudi Mann
Anacortes, WA
Feb 17, 2016

RIP Beautiful Angel,

I am so sorry I never got the pleasure to meet her, But any family of yours has a place in my heart. Many prayers and much love and hugs to all.

Trudi

Jeri Watkins
Federal Way, WA
Feb 17, 2016

RIP baby girl

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