Theresa DavisMay 6, 1966 ~ June 13, 2017 (age 51)
Southern Memorial Funeral Home, of Eufaula Alabama Sadly announces the passing of Mrs. Theresa Foster Davis 51, of Georgetown Georgia. Services are entrusted to Southern Memorial. The Ones Who Truly Care! When Only The Best Will Do. We ask that you please keep the Davis family in your prayers as they travel through this difficult journey.
On Monday, June 12, 2017 life came to a peaceful end for Theresa F.
Davis at her residence in Georgetown, GA.
Mrs. Theresa Foster Davis was born May 6, 1966 in Georgetown, GA to
the parentage of the Late Benny L. Foster and Betty J. Foster.
In 1984 she graduated from Stewart-Quitman High School, Lumpkin, GA.
Theresa was a faithful worker and made many friends at Dixie Cleaners,
State Line Thrift (Owner), and RMS Transit.
Theresa was a faithful member of the Trinity Chapel Church where she
served as the Financial Secretary and an Active member of the Usher
In addition to her father, Theresa was preceded in death by her sister, Terri
Those left to cherish and reflect on her life is her loving husband of 20
years, Kenneth L. Davis of Georgetown, GA; a loving son, Tyrice K.
Foster Sr, of Georgetown, GA; loving mother, Betty J. Foster of
Georgetown, GA; three loving grandchildren, Makynna T. Foster, Tyrice
K. Foster Jr both of Georgetown, GA, and Lucas Foster of McDonough,
GA; seven siblings, Cynthia J. Richards of Ashburn, GA, Leon Foster of
Savannah, GA, Benny J (Lizzie) Foster of Cuthbert, GA, Kregory Foster
of Columbus, GA, Lonnie (Annie) Gibbs of Eufaula, AL, Willie O.
Granger of Cuthbert, GA, and Annette Gibbs of Brooklyn, NY; Mother-In-
Law, Irene Davis of Georgetown, GA; Father-in-Law, Willie L. Wallace
of Georgetown, GA; Three Sisters-In-Law, O’Shaugnessy (Jeffery)
Massey, TeQuesta (Mark) Harvey, LaKiesha (Mario) Thornton all of
Georgetown, GA; brother-in-law, Micheal (Kimberly) Wallace of
Abbeville, AL; a loving Godson, Tansy K. Dinkins; and a host of Uncles,
Aunts, Nieces, Nephews, Cousins and Friends.
When I was hopeless, you were there; You picked me up, you showed me
care. Without the love you had for me, God only knows where I would be. To
me you were a second mon, a person I drew wisdom from. In my corner
every fight, you always cared that things were right. I won’t forget the things
you’ve done. I felt like your adopted daughter. Ready now and feeling new,
I couldn’t leave not thanking you!
Love, The daughter you never had, Carteicia