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Mrs. Zola Frances Davis was born on November 24th, 1943 in Baltimore, MD to Eddie Guy Powell and Zola Frances (Biggs) Powell who will receive her in heaven also with her grandson, Tyries Xavier Davis.

She attended Broder High School in Scarlletnet, NC. After Mother Davis moved to NY where she met and married her husband Charles M. Davis Sr. From that union they had 3 children; Janet L. Davis, Lorraine M. (Davis) Vasquez, Charles M. Davis Jr. and also son in law Vincent Vazques. Mother Davis had three loving siblings; Maxine McCaskill of Astoria, NY, Yvonne Herring of Brooklyn, NY; Elihu Powell Rushdan (Eddie) of Brooklyn, NY,. Mother Davis loved and adored her grandchildren; Niquia Fronce' Davis-Reed, Shakiesha Lorraine Davis-Casey, Glenn Sherod Burgess, Justice Shakira Stratford, Marcus Guy Vasquez, Elijah Xavier Davis Milan Zola Davis, Nahzir Brandon Davis, great grandchildren; Marquise Whitley, Qwadae Tyries Davis, Rosalee Reed, Anthony Alexander Casey III, Chloe Burgess, Kaden Tyries Casey, Mia Whitley, Dante Jayce Vasquez, a loving Godson Darren Jones, a host of family, church family and friends.

Mother Davis was known for her dancing and her love of church music. She favored praying over people and reading her Bible scriptures. When her health began to fail and she couldn't attend church, she would participate by phone. Mother Davis's home was open to anyone in need and she always had an ear to listen. She loved family gatherings and spending time with her family. Her favorite holiday was family gathering July 4th. She loved playing spades and pitty patt. She would take the house money for her and her son. Her grandchildren were her pride and joy. She will be missed by all who knew and loved her. These are some of the many memories everyone will have to remember our mother, Mrs. Frances Zola Davis.

N is for the nurturing love you gave to us
A is for always in our hearts
N is for no one like you because you are very special to us.
A is for all the memories that will stay in our hearts.