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Angelina Theresa Davis

Born: Tue., Jan. 6, 1998
Died: Sun., Dec. 30, 2018

Funeral Service

10:00 AM Sat., Jan. 26, 2019
Location: Village Meadows Baptist Church

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With sadness we announce that Angelina Davis, 20, beloved daughter, sister, family member and friend died unexpectedly in an automobile accident in Hereford, AZ on December 30, 2018. Those who knew our beautiful girl will miss her sweet silliness and amazing smile that lit up every room she was in. She was born in Bangor, ME during the “Snowstorm of the Century” and melted our hearts.

Angelina “Ena” was predeceased in death by her maternal grandparents, Charles and Angelita (Villa) Camacho. She is survived by her Father, J. Scott Davis of Hereford, AZ, Mother and Step-Father, Lillian Rautanen (Camacho) and William Rautanen both of Sierra Vista, AZ. Siblings, Sophia Davis of Hereford, AZ and Liam and Levi Rautanen of Sierra Vista, AZ. Great-Grandmother, Flora Villa of Santa Ana, CA, Grandparents, P.W. and Beverly Davis of Hampden ME, special Cousin and friend, Robin (Davis) Eastman of Milford, ME and many beloved Uncles, Aunts and Cousins.

Ena was a founding student member of the Buena High School Mountain Bike Club and its first female student cyclist. Her achievements in cycling include the following: 2014 Arizona Interscholastic Cycling League, Junior Varsity State Champion. 2014 USA Cycling 24-Hour Mountain Bike National Championships - 2nd Place Team. 2015 and 2016 Arizona Interscholastic Cycling League State Champion – Team. She ended her cycling season in 2016 with USA Cycling as the Arizona State Championship - Junior Women XC Champion. Her love for the mountain bike community brought her tremendous joy. Her interests in engineering steered her towards recognition and placement with awards in the YES (Youth, Engineering & Science) Fair in 2013 and again in 2014. She served the City of Sierra Vista as a Lifeguard for the Cove for many years. She was an aspiring artist who loved the ocean, seashells spending time cooking and baking. Her love of wild flowers was well known. Her light has left us for now but we know we shall see her again in Heaven.

Friends and loved ones may join us to share in Angelina’s life at a Memorial Service on Saturday, January 26, 2019 at 10:00 a.m. at Village Meadows Baptist Church, Sierra Vista. A reception will follow at the same location. At a future date, a private family interment will be held at the Southern Arizona Memorial Veteran's Cemetery’s columbarium, Sierra Vista, AZ 85650.

In lieu of flowers donations may be made in Angelina’s name to "Buena MTB Team" with the memo: Angelina Davis Memorial, Wells Fargo Bank.

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Donna Westwood
   Posted Sat January 05, 2019
You have our Sympathy. She was a great girl. Our life is better for having known her and she will be missed. Love, Donna Westwood, Andrew Turner, Melissa Turner and Ella Turner. Plus our Dogs Coco and Sam who she loved

Gwen Reardon
   Posted Thu January 10, 2019
I am Ms. Marky's daughter. I met Angelina a few years ago when I was in Sierra Vista.
She was a beautiful, wonderful and kind young lady. My heart goes out to you and your family. I am so sorry for what you are going through.
She is in good hands with God and Jesus. I will say prayers for your entire family every night and pray that they help you heal your heart in time that passes.
Love always, Gwen

Andrew Milligan
   Posted Fri January 18, 2019
My thoughts and prayers are with you all. Angelina was a beautiful and inspirational young lady. She touched everyone around her in so many ways. I will never forget her drive, determination, work ethic, and joyful attitude.

Robert & Jamie Laposta
   Posted Fri January 25, 2019
We realize it's late, but we just heard, and we are devastated! She was such a bright, shining star! Many, many times I've shared the mountain bike trails with her, and she was always energetic and smiling! She was also, *always*, a very good friend to our daughter when she needed one, at a time when most friends were never there with support, a smile, or understanding. Angelina had a very strong impact as a friend when it was desperately needed, that was just who she was, and she is dearly missed. We are so terribly crushed to hear what happened, and offer our many thoughts and condolences to Scott and the rest of her family.
~Robert & Jamie