Anni M (Davis) Davis

September 5, 1964 ~ December 28, 2018 (age 54)

On the night of December 28th, 2018, we lost a wonderful person known as  Anni M. Davis, who was near and dear to the hearts of her close family and friends.

She started her journey in Pendleton, Oregon on September 5th, 1964.
She was brought into this world alongside her sister Gena and her brother Dudley. The lot was adopted by their loving mother, Joan. She took them in as her own, caring and loving all of them deeply.

Anni had a lot of passions and interests. Some of that was her love for truck driving. She loved the road and the wonderful sights that came along with the job. She also had aspirations for the medical billing and coding field. Unfortunately, she was taken too soon before she could finish the drive down that road. 

During her years on this Earth she did her best to be a kind-hearted person, and for anyone who knew her, they would agree. She tried her best to be open and friendly to those that were around her while also trying to be someone who made others laugh when they needed it.

In her passing, she joined her sister who had passed a few years prior. However, she left behind her brother Dudley. Along with him, she had left behind a couple of her children. Her oldest child being Tisha..although she is known by other names. Following her, she had the twins, Cory and Christy. Cory being the eldest by a few minutes. Then her last child, Cody.

Although life seems to take people too soon, the memory of her will never be forgotten by those who cared for her the most. She will stay in the hearts of her children who will always remember and love her. She will stay with her brother and parents who knew her for so long and they will continue to remember and cherish the time that they had with her. Wherever she may rest, hopefully, it is, and will always be peaceful.        


Regarding the Memorial Service, it will be held January 16th, 2019 at 10:00 A.M. at the Seventh Day Adventist Church located at 240 Heritage Lane, Aztec, New Mexico with Ron Price officiating.

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