Hannah Elizabeth Davila

September 2, 2001January 7, 2019

Hannah Elizabeth Davila, age 17 of Winter Springs, passed away Monday, January 7, 2019. She was born September 2, 2001 in Longwood, Florida She is survived by her parents, Jorge and Carol Davila; sister, Maria Isabella Davila and brother, Joseph Eric Davila. A Celebration of Life Service will be held 1:00 PM Saturday, January 12, 2019 at Action Church, 1485 Grand Rd. Winter Park, Florida 32792. Arrangements entrusted to Baldwin Fairchild Funeral Home, Oviedo Chapel, 501 E. Mitchell Hammock Rd. Oviedo, Florida 32765 407-366-8999. Please view and sign the guestbook at


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Nanci Irwin

January 13, 2019

We were so very sorry to hear about the loss of Hannah. The last time we saw her she was a tiny little girl. What a beautiful young lady she became. Our prayers are with all your family for your peace and comfort. -Jim and Nanci Irwin

Georgianna Toro

January 13, 2019

Oh my daughter, Hannah!

I’ve watched you grow up only through pictures emailed to me by your mom (my sister), Carol, and follow her posts on Facebook. These lovely pictures of you and family, I save in my e-album. From the cutest baby face to the gorgeous teenager, your personality stood out in the pictures. Sometimes I remind myself that I’m looking at Hannah and not Carol; you both share the same taste in fashion, style, and make-up. And I know you both share the same passion for Jesus!

My heart goes out to your Mom Carol, Dad Jorge, Brother Joey, and Sister Maria – that they will hold on to what you have taught them, and that they can celebrate your life and memories each year forward. I pray that the Lord God will put His loving arms around this family and fill each one of you with His peace and comfort.

Sweet Hannah, you and I have never met face to face, but I have peace within me that we will surely meet, one fine day, in our promised glorious Home.
I Love you, Hannah!

- Aunty Georgi (Ukarumpa, Aiyura, Papua New Guinea)

Mariah Anderson

January 12, 2019

I can't believe that she is gone... I'm crying as I type this... Hannah was a beautiful woman with so much potential. I'm so sad that I won't ever get to see her again. People never truly understand that anything can happen, at any time, at any place, to anyone until someone is lost. Life is precious, once it is gone it is gone. Please, everyone, remember Hannah for the person that she was. Remember her when you get into your vehicle. Please drive safe, wear your seatbelts and remember that life is precious and nothing is promised. I love and miss you, Hannah💕

Dave and Daphne Keys

January 12, 2019

We are praying for you.

Jane Casselberry

January 11, 2019

Hannah was barely born when we first met, but before I knew it she was meeting every challenge that came her way: swimming like a fish, riding a bike, tumbling like a pro and taking on karate like her Dad & bro.
All the while showing her sweet, fun-loving, caring personality. In middle school she joined the lacrosse team and gave wrestling a try showing the boys a thing or too. Trips to the mountains to ski and snowboard with family added to her skills. Then over night it seemed she changed from a little girl into a teenage glamour queen with eye make up adding even more sparkle to her big brown eyes. Spiritual growth, a Mission trip, global travels, driver's license tests, high school classes and her first job she was so excited about , all steps to adulthood. She dreamed of being a nurse and lovingly ministered to her Grandpa Casselberry before he passed away last summer. So much promise, interrupted in an instant when she was suddenly taken from us. We love and miss you Hannah Girl, but our loss is Heaven's gain. Great-Grandma Casselberry

Liz Bennett

January 11, 2019

Dear Davila Family,
I learned from one of my leaders at church what happened to your beautiful Hannah. As a parent I feel so heart broken for what's happened and even though I never had the pleasure of meeting Hannah my heart is grieving with yours. She was a beautiful young lady and she will be never be forgotten and will always be missed. My prayers go out to you all.
Liz B

Hailey Serafine

January 10, 2019

Megan Darnley

January 10, 2019

My sweet Hannah was a light in every room she was in. I will never get over how much love I felt when she was around. I will forever miss going to halloween horror nights with her and her being scared of everything that moved, late night donut king runs, and our forever friendship. I’m so blessed to be a friend of the Davila family, and I will never forget how much love I have for Hannah. Every thing i now do will be in memory of her, and I know she’s watching.

-Megan Darnley

Kathy and John Hicks

January 10, 2019

We were so very sorry to hear of the loss of Hannah. Our thoughts and prayers are with your family.

Brynden Fabiano

January 10, 2019

I helped coach Hannah in lacrosse during her middle school years. She was a tough player and was often told to cool down on the aggression, I remember encouraging her to keep that aggression because I could see the fire, passion, and dedication in her eyes. I am appreciative of the small time that I had knowing her. God bless her and her family.
-Brynden Fabiano