Reyers North Valley Chapel

2815 Fuller Ave Ne, Grand Rapids, MI


Llona Therese Davis

September 13, 1940November 1, 2019

Llona Therese Davis 79 of Grand Rapids, passed away on November 1, 2019. Born on September 13, 1940 to Lloyd and Theresa Johnson. United in marriage on May 28, 1965 to Robert Earl Davis. Survived by her husband of 54 years Robert, son Robert (Amanda) Davis and Michael (Laura) Davis. Grandchildren, Michael Jacquelin, Christopher, Ty, Casandra and Brayden. Great Grandchildren, Mikkel, Jacob, Michael and Joseph. Also survived by her sisters Dixie (Jim) McFarland, Phyllis Piccard, Diane Russell and many nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by parents Lloyd and Theresa, brother Michael Lloyd Johnson and sister Karen Danielson. Llona was a faithful woman who believed in God. She is a UAW worker who retired from GM after 28 years of service in 2002. She loved the beach and lying in the sun, without a hat. Llona was a loving wife and mother who loved to cook. She loved fantasy football and hockey. She made the worlds BEST strawberry jelly. The hummingbirds would flock to her feeders for the special juice she made just for them. Llona was a hard working woman who can never be replaced she will be honored and remembered by all who knew her. Cremation has taken place and a memorial gathering will be held at a later date.


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Kailee Mcmillan

November 4, 2019

Aunt Llona was a great woman. She was always full of life and always brought a smile to my face! Most of my fondest childhood memories included her. From the annual Christmas parties singing in the basement to riding in the golf carts up at Hardy. I am so very thankful for the memories. This past summer my children got to enjoy the magic that was Llona. They kept calling her grandma as she drove them around all day in the golf cart. They had a blast and I am so thankful they got to enjoy her. She will be greatly missed!