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Stacie Lynn Davis

March 16, 1990 — September 17, 2023

Detroit

 

Stacie Lynn Davis

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Stacie Lynn Davis, affectionately known as "Monaboo" because she liked to play Peek
a boo, was a very loving child; the youngest of four children born to Mack and Doreatha
Davis.  She was a hard-working, protective soul, full of life, love, and laughter.  It was
nothing to see her bust out into an infectious laugh that would light up the room.  She
was very protective of not only her family, but her closest friend Daytoya, keeping the
bullies from messing with her.
She was a very hard worker, oftentimes working two jobs simultaneously between
Wendy's, McDonalds, Amazon, and Wayne State University. She would leave one job,
catch the bus to make it to her next job. She was especially fond of her sister Jenny.
They were like two peas in a pod. They were basically inseparable to the point that she
resided with Jenny.  She really enjoyed and looked forward to family vacations, having a
special love for Florida.  
 When she was a little girl, she would always ask to go to Aunt Gracie's house. 
Because there she could eat whatever she wanted, play cards, and get rocked to sleep,
no matter what time she got there.  She was never without a friend.  Everywhere she
went, people who met her became a friend. 
Born and raised in Akron, Ohio, she was a Founding Member of the formally New
Millennium Baptist Church; now recognized as the New Millennium House of Prayer.
She was a very Faithful member, serving in various ministries.  She started in the Youth
Ministry and advanced to the Young Adult Ministry.  She sang in various choirs, and
was also a Junior Deacon.  She would tag with the youth of the church to help them
raise funds for different activities that they wanted to participate in.  She would
chaperone when the kids wanted to have weekend events. She was always available
for wherever she could be of assistance.
 She was preceded in death by her maternal grandfather Bobby Lee Smith along with
Aunts, Uncles, and Great-Grandparents.
She leaves to cherish her memory, parents ack Jr. and Doreatha Davis, sisters Lisa
Smith and Jenny Davis, brother Mack Davis lll, special neice Brooklynn Marie Davis, 
maternal grandmother Agnes Smith,  paternal grandparents Mack Sr. and Janie Davis,
special friend Daytoya Visger, Aunts, Uncles, Cousins, Nieces, Nephews, and a host of
friends too numerous to mention.

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