In loving memory of Isaiah Zamar Davis, born on February 16, 2020, and departed on June 28,
2023, we bid farewell to our dear little boy. Although his time with us was short, Isaiah's
presence touched the lives of many, leaving an indelible impact. He bravely embraced his
journey with autism, a gift that brought blessings not only to him but to our entire family. Isaiahs
fearlessness and infectious smile brought joy and happiness to all who knew him.
Isaiah's vibrant spirit was evident in his enthusiasm for life, his love for learning, climbing,
swimming, and reading books. His curiosity and zest for exploration were truly remarkable.
Watching cartoons on his mother's cell phone brought him endless delight and laughter.
We will forever cherish the memories of Isaiah playing on the swing set and running around his
grandparents' yard. Those carefree moments of joy and laughter hold a special place in our
hearts, reminding us of the happiness he brought into our lives.
While the pain of Isaiah's absence weighs heavily on our hearts, we find solace in the belief that
he now rests in the loving embrace of our Heavenly Father. The hope of being reunited with our
beloved baby boy one day, beyond this earthly journey, brings both sadness and comfort.
Isaiah Zamar Davis leaves behind a loving family who adored him deeply. His mother, Amber
Nipper, his father, Deshon Davis, his siblings, and his grandparents Ronda and Ty Allred,
Grandma Janice Washington and Mike and Nancy Kilpatrick all feel the profound loss. His
aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, and cousins also share in the sorrow.
As we navigate the difficult times ahead, we draw strength, support, and love from our family
and friends. We will hold onto the cherished memories, the love, and the joy that Isaiah brought
into our lives. His spirit will forever live on in our hearts, and he will always be a cherished part
of our family.
Until we meet again, dear Isaiah.