Father Levoy Davis (87) passed in Cocoa, Florida on May 25, 2019. He is the husband of the late Pollie Davis of Gresham, SC, the father of daughters, Inna Hinson & Roshell Davis both of Cocoa, FL, and a son, the late Harvey Davis. He is grandfather of Krystal Hinson of Jacksonville, FL, brother of Joeanna Moore of Gresham, SC, and father-in-law of Irene Davis of Gresham, SC. You may visit the family at 273 Sonny Rd. Gresham.
Local arrangements are entrusted to Stone Funeral Home of Cocoa, Florida.
Funeral services are scheduled to be held at the Jackson & McGill Memorial Chapel, Marion Saturday June 8, 2019 at 2:00 pm. He will be laid to rest in the Old Neck Cemetery, Britton's Neck, SC.
Mr. Levoy Davis, son of the late Lemarion and Sarah Davis was born February 5, 1932 in Marion, South Carolina. He departed this life peacefully on Saturday May 25, 2019 at home with his daughters Inna Mae Hinson and Roshell Davis in Cocoa, Florida.
Levoy Davis attended the public school system of Marion County and then moved his family to Cocoa, Florida. He would mainly work for the City of Cocoa until he and his family return to Britton’s Neck South Carolina in the 80’s where he would then work for the Britton’s Neck School System until his retirement.
Levoy Davis joined in holy matrimony to the late Polly L. Davis. To the union, three children were born, one who proceeds his death, Harvey (Irene) Davis, also two brother’s Jefferson Davis and Willie Jr. Davis and two sisters Opher Moore and Elmeter Davis.
His favorite pastime was fishing and he was a fashionista of his time.
He leaves behind a legacy of two daughters, Inna Mae Hinson and Roshell Davis of Cocoa, Florida, one sister Joanna (Joe) Moore of Britton’s Neck, South Carolina, two granddaughters Krystal Hinson of Jacksonville, Florida and Veronica Graves of Britton’s Neck, South Carolina, one sister in law Molly Ceasar of Britton’s Neck, South Carolina, special friend Johnnie B. Graves and a host of nieces, nephews, relatives and friends.
The memory of his kindness, sincerity and devotion will never be forgotten.