OBITUARY

Nik Davis

October 1, 1983March 3, 2019

Loving Father, Son, Brother, Friend.

"No person is ever truly alone. Those who live no more, whom we loved, echo still within our thoughts, our words, our hearts."

As his family, one thing we would like to ask...please tell us 2 things: 1- Where did you first meet Nik? 2- How long have you known him?

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Jillian Davis

March 11, 2019

Continued....

I remember when Ava finally came and we heard her cry for the first time... we looked at each other and just started crying. It was the most beautiful moment of our lives. I said to Nik, I love the sound of her crying. He said, I’m gonna ask you about that again in a couple months. Hahaha. He could always make me laugh. The last couple years were pretty rough between Nik and I, if I’m being honest but when it comes down to it.. I love him and always will. Ava is the best thing that ever happened to me and I have Nik to thank for that.

Nik loved his baby girl so very much and was an amazing daddy to her. This is by far the hardest thing I’ve ever had to deal with. But I’m trying to remain strong for our daughter and I know that Nik will always be looking down on us and will watch our daughter grow up from heaven. He will forever be loved and missed. Forever her angel ❤️ R.I.P Nik 💙

Jillian Davis

March 11, 2019

I met Nik in 2003. He was dating one of my friends and we lived together in my first apartment. We formed a friendship in this time. One of my first memories of Nik was him locking me in the kitchen until I cleaned it. Haha. In his defense, it was my turn to clean it and I had put it off for a couple days 🤣
Skip forward to 2006.... I just moved home from San Diego and was living by Greg’s backyard (his moms restaurant that he worked at for years). I drove by it daily and couldn’t stop thinking about Nik and how he was doing. So I reached out to a friend and asked her to have him call or message me. He messaged right away and we were pretty inseparable from then on. He officially asked me to be his gf on my birthday in July of ‘06. Nik was the most loyal man I’ve ever met. He had such a huge heart and always made sure I was happy. He was very much a family man and one of the smartest men I’ve ever known. And boy could he cook!!!! I’ve always missed his cooking lol. Nik and I went through our ups and downs like any other couple but one of our biggest up was finding out we were pregnant in Aug of 2012. We tried for years and finally our prayers had been answered. Nik was at every single appointment. He put up with my hormones and cravings. When we were 7 months pregnant and had been calling the baby Brooklyn for months... Nik decided he didn’t like that name anymore. I cried for a week... maybe 2! Lol. For a couple weeks we couldn’t agree on any names. I didn’t like his choices, he didn’t like mine and then one day he said Ava and I didn’t hate it. The next day we decided that our sweet baby would be named Ava Elizabeth. I couldn’t be happier with our decision and I’m so happy her daddy named her. May 28th 2013, we welcomed our sweet girl into the world and Nik was everything I wanted and needed that day. He did his best to keep me calm. As some of you may know, that’s not always easy for me lol. But Nik has always been a calm man and he did an amazing job that day.

Francisco Lara

March 11, 2019

Nik, I'm greatful we shared so many laughs in the short time we knew each other. Your were a friend. Someone I called brother. When I found out I was having a baby girl I remember yelling your name..out of excitement to tell my friend. We bled sweat and borderline keeled over banging out plates during huge rushes at work. I learned alot from you man. I still have so many memories of us laughing together. Nobody had a laugh like you. You were one in a million

Lynae Arechiga

March 11, 2019

~married Nov 6th 2018~

Keep my spot warm, It might be a few years but I can’t wait to spend eternity with you <3

Lynae Arechiga

March 11, 2019

Excerpt from a journal entry, "1/26/2019

"As I write this i am reflecting on the last 7 months of my life and how much I have changed as a person. I often wonder how I could hurt the people I care so dearly for, yet even when I'm feeling the greatest remorse, I feel as though it will never matter. The last 48 hours have been some of the greatest moments in my life. Everything I wanted her to come here for, everything I had promised, everything I was as a person. I seek help, not for me, but for the two women in my life that matter, Ava, the one child I've held onto, and Lynae, the only woman I ever would marry.

The connection I felt with my wife is something I wish to hold onto and never let go. The drugs are not worth losing the feeling that me and Lynae are, for lack of a better term, soulmates. I feel a connection in a way I used to mock and ridicule."

We were so happy. I'm torn between feeling cheated our time together was so short and just grateful of the time we did have. You were my everything, I'm so glad we went to bed happy. One of the last things you said to me was "You're the love of my life" and it hurts so much to be here without you. I miss you baby. I know you always just wanted me to be happy but it's hard right now, I love you so much.

Jeni Davis

March 10, 2019

Thank you to all who have written so far. Nik was a gentle, kind, loving guy. Ava was the TRUE love of his life. We miss him, we love him and we will hold him forever in our hearts. ❤️
As his family, one thing we would like to ask...please tell us 2 things:
1- Where did you first meet Nik?
2- How long have you known him?
Peace and healing to all of you. 🌷

Joel Browdy

March 10, 2019

Nik was such an awesome dude, always so kindhearted and friends with everyone he met. I'll miss the hell out of him, but I'm lucky to have known him. My deepest condolences <3

joshua bair

March 9, 2019

its really hard to write through the tears. you where my best friend through school and life you where my true brother i will think of you every day the worlds a little darker without you my friend but i want to celebrate your life you where a really deep honest intelligent kind person you where always there for me through school and life even when i wasnt there for myself. you always cared about me and was always honest i could always talk to you about anything any life problems and i always looked up to you.
you where the one with a good head on your shoulders.
you will not go forgotten my dearest friend
i will always cherish your memory i still cant believe your gone but if theres a heaven i know your there watching me i will be strong
and if reincarnation is real your already here you will always be here i love you brother i wish i could have been there with you in person the last couple years i will always regret not seeing you a last time it hurts my heart but i will be strong .
i remember going camping at the beach house with you and getting in hi jinks as kids. you saved my life many times with your emotional support and just being an awesome brother my whole life.
im having trouble thinking too many tears i will share a better memory when i can stop crying. i love and miss you nick.

Marilyn Mae

March 9, 2019

Nik you were a great friend with a brilliant mind and a beautiful soul. Loyal and kind to your friends. We found out we were pregnant around the same time and got to go through that journey together. Your daughter was your world. You were a great father to her. I'll never forget all the times you were there for me . This life wont be the same without you in it. You will be so missed.

Tonya G

March 9, 2019

Nik always was such a good listener and added a sometimes necessary emotional element to things, a quality that I lack. He always remembered to ask about my life and how things were going. We each gave each other advice, sometimes he even listened! I'd get cooking tips from him and he loved sharing pics of food he'd made.

He really taught me that showing people just a little concern can go a long way. Nik was a great and unique guy, he taught me something about not being afraid to show compassion and how much I value someone's friendship. I hope he knows how important our friendship was to me, because he always let me know it was to him.

FROM THE FAMILY