Darlene Sue Davis

December 6, 1964September 5, 2018

Darlene Sue Davis, 53, of Selma, passed away on September 5th, 2018 in Smithfield.

Celebration of Life will be held Monday, September 10th, from 5-7 at the home of Hope & Kirby Turner 7236 Covered Bridge Rd Wendell, NC 27591.

Darlene was born in Columbus, OH to Warner & Quindora Osborne on December 6th, 1964.

Darlene is preceded in death by Quindora Osborne, Mother. Darlene was a beloved daughter, sister, mother, grandmother, and friend to everyone. She loved her family and friends, and most of all her grandsons.

Darlene is survived by Johnny Davis, former husband and good friend, Daughter, Hope (Kirby) Turner of Archer Lodge, NC. Father, Warner Osborne of Man, WV. Sisters, Lisa Osborne and Kristy (Ricky) Bragg of Man, WV. Her beloved grandchildren Blake, Brice, and Banks Turner of Archer Lodge, NC. Her special aunt Cathy Fields and uncle Danny Linville. Also, her niece and nephews whom she loved dearly.

Memorials may be given to Archer Lodge Baseball program in honor of her three grandsons.

“Late at night when all the world is sleeping I stay up and think of you And I wish on a star That somewhere you are thinking of me too”

The family of Darlene wishes to extend our sincere thanks.


  • Visitation Monday, September 10, 2018

Darlene Sue Davis

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Laura Beth Vest

September 8, 2018

Many many prayers sent to Hope and the rest of the family. My heart breaks for you all.

Cheryl Castillo

September 6, 2018

Darlene was one of the sweetest people anyone could’ve met. I can honestly say I have nothing but good memories of her. She was the first person I met when we moved to Accoville and was so sad when she moved to NC. She was always so happy. She was so proud of her daughter. We lost contact over the years, but was blessed to have gotten iback in contact with her about 20 years later and it was like we were 18 again. Laughing and reminiscing and telling each other about our families. And you could hear the joy in her voice as she talked about hope and her grandsons. The world lost a beautiful soul. I truly hope she is at peace. Love you Darlene 😢