Gordon Christopher Davis, Jr.

Sunrise: December 11, 1993

Sunset: March 19, 2020

Gordon Christopher (Chris) Davis, Jr. age 26, our beloved son, brother, family member and friend passed suddenly on Thursday March 19, 2020. Chris was born in Daytona Beach, Florida on December 11,1993 to Gordon and Yolanda Davis. He graduated Junior High School from Tidewater Adventist Academy in Chesapeake and then from Tallwood High School in Virginia Beach. He was a member of Cedars of Lebanon SDA church where he served as an usher and was a member of the Chesapeake Eagles Pathfinder Club.

After starting college at Tidewater Community College, Chris decided to join the military where he served in the United States Airforce. There he worked in fuel delivery at RAF Lakenheath in England. Upon leaving the military he eventually found his way into the healthcare field where he became a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) where he worked for Autumn Care and finally with Senior Corp. Chris enjoyed creating music, reading, foreign languages, playing video games (especially with his sister and brother), and writing poetry – where his poem “What If’ was runner up in the Insight Writing Contest. And,
Chris had a personality that was simply “engaging” to all who encountered him. Chris will be missed everyday by his father, Gordon Davis Sr., his mother, Yolanda Davis, brother Nicholas, sister Ariana, his grandmother Catherine Davis, and his loving aunts, uncles, cousins and many many friends. Now he awaits the return of his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ when we all will be reunited.

Viewing Thursday, March 26, 2020 4:00pm - 8:00pm Metropolitan Funeral Service 120 W. Berkley Avenue Norfolk, VA 23523 Graveside Service Friday, March 27, 2020 12:00pm Roosevelt Memorial Park 1101 Campostella Road Chesapeake, VA 23320 Interment Roosevelt Memorial Park 1101 Campostell Road Chesapeake, VA 23320

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    Lynn Klinger says

    The staff at Seniorcorp extends our great sorrow at the loss of Chris. He was an outstanding caregiver and person. He will always be remembered and greatly missed.

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    Paula Goins and Dana Goins Lewis says

    Our deepest sympathy. There are no words that can express the pain that you are going through. We are grieving with you. We love Chris and will deeply miss him. Gordon, Yolanda, Ariana and Nick; Praying that the Lord will give you strength to face the coming days without him. We love you and are here for you.
    With our Love,
    Paula and Dana

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    Tawanda Jeter says

    I know it’s been awhile since I’ve been around, but I am grateful to have known you all . Mr. and Mrs.Davis, Ari, and nick I’m very sorry about you all lost , I’m still lost for words . Chris was a great person . He actually kept in contact with me as much as he could . I love you all . Forever in my heart and prayers .

    -Love Tawanda ❤️

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    Teresa McMillan-Ward says

    Words are not enough to express how we feel right now.
    Quietly Chris tiptoed into our world, eyes opened to take in all he could. What an imprint he’s left upon our hearts. Deepest sympathies.

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    Lenny, Reba, Jarrod, & Vanesasa Best says

    Gordon and Yolanda, our hearts are hurting as we offer our sincere condolences.to your family. The memorable times we spent with your family while we were there in Virginia, only compounds the grief we are experiencing over the loss of your precious son. Please know that we are praying much for you.Take comfort in the arms of our Savior.

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      Jasmine Scott says

      i was at a serious loss for words after hearing the news. even though we hadn’t seen each other in awhile, chris’ face was not one to easily forget. thinking about our teenage years in church & the memories. my family sends our love, support, & prayers. there may not be perfect words for this moment, but i hope you all find strength in prayer & comfort amongst each other.

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    Jan Whitus says

    I meet Chris as I was doing home health therapy with one of his clients. He was such a nice and warm person to me and his client. He was always friendly and with a fantastic smile when I entered the home. I am so saddened to hear that he has passed. My sympathy to you all.

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    Deacon Carolyn Hayes, Emerituscc says

    To this dear family, in times such as this we experience God’s comforting presence through His Holy Spirit. May He surround each of with His promises.

    With our love and prayers,
    The Hayes Family, Varsity Manor

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