Deacon Charles Edward Davis, Sr. was born May 5, 1929 to the late Duckom and Daisy Davis in the city of Graniteville, South Carolina. He passed away on Saturday, December 23, 2023.
Deacon Davis was formally educated in the Public School System in Aiken County, South Carolina. Later, he joined the United States Navy and after serving his tenure, he was Honorably Discharged.
Deacon Davis relocated to the North and lived there for many years, before relocating back to his home state, South Carolina, where he joined Power Outreach Cathedral of Faith Ministries in Florence, South Carolina, under the leadership of Bishop William Young. After the death of his second wife, he relocated back to New Jersey, where he spent his final years under the loving care of his family members.
Deacon Davis liked walking, bowling, riding his bike and was a very hard worker as he did various jobs. He was a disciplined person when it came to dieting, dressing and exercising as well as his service to God. He was dedicated to his loving family, loved God faithfully, a faithful servant, a hard worker, and was reliable to his duties in Church. He exemplified much respect for God and his dedication to serve.
In addition to his parents, Deacon Davis was preceded in death by two loving wives, Thelma Jackson Davis and Hattie Singletary; as well as Brenda, Pat, Samuel and Theresa.
Deacon Davis leaves to cherish his memories, Charles E. Davis, Jr. (Sylvia), Freddie Davis (Roxanne),James Henry Dow (Dorothy), Jean Davis, Tommy Johnson (Tina), Joann Carter, Edna Walker (Scott Miller, son-in-law); a goddaughter, Chessie Ali; several grandchildren; many great grandnieces; nieces; and a host of other loving relatives and friends.
Deacon Charles Edward Davis, Sr. was a proud son, husband, father, grandfather, great grandfather and friend.
Please keep the family of Charles E. Davis, Sr. in your thoughts and prayers.