Kyle Devon Davis was born on September 28th, 1973 in Philadelphia,PA to C. Rene and Clarence Davis, Sr.
Kyle along with his sister Marlena and brother Clarence, were raised in Philadelphia by his parents and was taught life’s lessons and how to overcome. He grew up with his cousins and many friends who loved him.
He matriculated through the Philadelphia public school system. He later obtained his diploma later on in life.
Kyle served in the Youth Rally Ministries under the leadership of his grandmother, Mother Marlene D. Talley. There, he served as one of the backup drummers as he was very musically inclined like many of the cousins and uncles were.
Though Kyle was originally raised with two siblings, his mother, C. Rene White, with a heart for people, extended her family to Donte and Hope as his brother and sister.
Kyle was employed in South Philadelphia in the repair and construction industry.
Kyle was known for his sense of humor. He could always lift the atmosphere just by being himself. No one was exempt from tears from laughing. He had a gift and used it for others. His hurts and pains were invisible to all. He was truly a standout in life.
Kyle encountered some hard times in his adult life but out of them all, and because of a praying mother, the Lord delivered him.
Kyle was a son, brother and father to four children: Kyle Jr, Kylil, Khari, Kendyl.
Our beloved Kyle, at 46 years old, died Sunday, February 23rd, 2020 from complications related to his heart. In that moment, he was taken from us.
Kyle was preceded in death by his father, Clarence Davis, Sr., great-grandmother Marcella Lynn, Grandmother, Marlene D. Talley, Uncle, Robert Roberts and Uncle, David Roberts.
He leaves behind: four children, Kyle Davis, Jr. (27), Kylil Lott (25), Khari Reid (13), Kendyl McKenney (7), Two Grandchildren, Azura Lott (3) and
Alani Lott (2), Mother, C. Rene White, Brother, Clarence Davis, Jr., (AKA-Scoots) and Donte’ Butler McGhee , Sisters: Marlena R. Davis and Hope White, a host of nieces and nephews, cousins, aunts, uncles and other relatives, friends and church families.
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