OBITUARY

Deborah G Davis

September 6, 1957September 10, 2018

Deborah Gay Davis, 61, passed away peacefully Sept, 10, 2018. Her biggest joy in life was her family, cooking and camping. She was a member of SEC Church and an LPN for 37 years. Preceding her in death were her father; Robert E. Robinson and her grandmother; Etta Warner. Left to cherish her memory is her mother; Nina Warner Robinson, her husband; Levi Davis, her children; Brian(Lorraine), Carrie(Kevin), Jason(Lori), Katie(Rob). 9 grandchildren and 2 great grand daughters, sister; Donita Reid, brother; Michael Robinson. Services will be held at Arch L. Heady at Resthaven Funeral Home, 4400 Bardstown Rd. Louisville, KY. Visitation will be Friday, Sept. 14 from 2-8 with a Funeral Service Saturday. Sept. 15 at 11:30 am.

  • FAMILY

  • Father; Robert E. Robinson
    Grandmother; Etta Warner.
    Mother; Nina Warner Robinson.
    Husband; Levi Davis,
    Children; Katie(Rob), Jason(Lori), Brian(Lorraine), Carrie(Kevin).
    9 grandchildren
    2 great grand daughters,
    Sister; Donita Reid,
    Brother; Michael Robinson.

Services

  • Visitation Friday, September 14, 2018
  • Funeral Service Saturday, September 15, 2018
  • Graveside Service Saturday, September 15, 2018
REMEMBERING

Deborah G Davis

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Brian Givens

September 18, 2018

Momma -

I will never be able to fill the hole in my heart left by your passing. It was so hard to watch you suffer, but you fought until the very end with a courage that very few of us posess. Your love and compassion made me who I am today. You never gave up on me, and always gave the best advice. I can't imagine holidays without you in them. I was so blessed to have you as my Momma. I love you, and miss you. Until we meet again my sweet angel.

~ Brian

Mary Brannon

September 14, 2018

I am so heartbroken to hear my wonderful childhood friend has passed away..I thank God we were reunited again the part few years....I look and read all the wonderful and kind words her family has written.....Donita you are a rock to have been there for her as U know you were not feeling well either. NINA so very sad to lose a child no matter how old they may be. .I know you all were a very close family and have each other to help get thru this. This has been very difficult for me to write but we all loved her and what a blessing to of had her although to short of time. My prayers are with you her family may God give you the strength to go on with out her...she will always be in our hearts.

Dana Henderson (Noel)

September 14, 2018

My sweet high school friend. I have many memories of You, Donita and I all during high school. You both were sisters to me. All though we lost contact with each other this pass year or so we reconnected which made me happy to once again talk with you. Since the word of your illness I've literally prayed for God to intervene and turn it around and completely heal you. My last memory was when Donita called me and said Dana will you pray with me for my sister. We prayed that day for God's will to be done. He moved now you are healed and resting in his arms. I love you girl. Keep watching over us. Now you are free!!!!

Nina Robinson

September 13, 2018

Deborah Gay, You are one of my beautiful baby twin girls. I have a hole in my heart since the moment you died. When I took you back to the hospital on June first and we got the devastating news you laid your head on my shoulder and said Mama please don't leave me. I promised you that I wouldn't and I didn't. It was so hard to watch you suffer and I prayed constantly for your healing but that wasn't God's plan. I know you are in heaven and you and your Dad will be there to meet me when I come home. My heart is packed with beautiful memories of your life from the instant you were born until the moment you died. Your love, kindness, compassion and beautiful smile are locked in my heart forever. My love for you will never end and I will take that to my grave. Until we meet in heaven my baby girl. Mom

Ashley Blair

September 13, 2018

Debbie was my aunt she was like a second mom to me !! She has taught me to be humble n be respectful!! I have so many memories Tht I will cherish forever!! She will be my angel until I see her again in heaven!! Earth lost a good woman bt heaven gain a beautiful angel

Toni Holland (Sharkey)

September 13, 2018

Debbie I have so many childhood memories of all of us kids growing up in Hi Acres! Playing kickball in the circle in front of your house for hours! Jump rope and jacks going to school together from first grade all the way through 12th graduating in 1975 from Bryan Station! You and Donita taught me my first little tune on the piano! Swinging in the basement across the room in the dirty clothes basket and eating cookies that Granny Warner made for us! Thank you for sharing her with me and Shannon after we lost our granny! You and Donita had been on my mind lately wondering where you all were and how you were doing! I wish I had found you earlier but i have our childhood memories that I will always hold tight! Until we meet again!

Jason Armstrong

September 12, 2018

I will never forget the day you brought us all mugs at work when we were attempting to build up the team morale. They said “the best time for a new beginning is now.” Thank you for your beautiful friendship. I am so sad for the loss of your sweet light, but so happy for you and your new beginning.

FROM THE FAMILY