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Christina Ann Davis December 22, 1981 - August 12, 2020

Christina Ann Davis

Dec. 1981 ~ Aug. 2020

Christina Davis, age 38, passed away peacefully on August 12, 2020 at her residence in Patterson.  She was born in San Jose and graduated from Andrew Hill High School in 1999.  She married Bryant Davis in 2013 and settled in Patterson for the last two years.  She enjoyed crafts, cooking, baking, and loved activities with her kids.

Christina is survived by her loving husband, Bryant Davis, and three children, Mateo, Samar, and Samaiah.  She is also survived by her siblings, John Guevarra, James Guevarra, Judith Alvarez, and Maryann Guevarra.

A memorial service to celebrate her life will be held 1pm on Saturday, August 29, 2020 at Allen Mortuary.

Isaiah 57

Good people pass away; the godly often die before their time. But no one seems to care or wonder why. No one seems to understand that God is protecting them from the evil to come. For those who follow godly paths will rest in peace when they die.

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  1. Jane Menchavez Rojo says

    My Loving Daughter, my heart aches so much to see you go. Everyday, I prayed for a miracle. But, I always believe everything happens for a reason. No life passes without a purpose. God called you home for a greater bigger purpose. You are now our Angel in Heaven.
    “To the world you may be one person; but to one person you may be the world” – Dr Seuss. To Bryant, Mateo, Samar & Samaiah, you are “The” one person who is their World. Your memories will live on.
    Rest in Peace my dear Tita. I will miss your infectious smile, your exuberance & your warm hugs. You will always be in my heart. I love you – Mommy Jane

  2. Rodney Fajardo says

    Uncle Rodney S Fajardo, auntie Linda D Fajardo, and family.

  3. Uncle Rodney S Fajardo says

    My deepest sympathy to the family of Christina in her passing. It’s a great consolation and peace within our hearts that she IS in the presence of the Lord Jesus Christ. The Bible says ” crying May last through the night, but joy comes in the morning”, and it says also” You will show me the path of life; in your presence oh Lord is fullness of joy, and at your right hand are pleasures forevermore. ” Her memory of laughter, joy and caring remains in our hearts for love never fails. My prayer to the family is to be strengthened, and be comforted that a day will come when we, believers in the Lord Jesus, shall meet on that beautiful shore where there will be no more pain, no more dying, and God will wipe away our tears from our eyes. God made a promise that believers’ children will be taken care of, believe on what He said. May the love, mercy, and grace of God be with you always.

  4. Jackie Costa says

    Oh, Tita. My heart broke upon hearing the news of your passing. I feel like I can hear your voice, your laughter and see your smile as though it was just yesterday. Your compassion, your caring heart and your fierce soul is what drew me to you. You are most definitely missed. Rest is paradise, Ate. Until we meet again.

  5. Uncle Edgar and Auntie Baby says

    We will miss you sooo much.
    Rest In Peace Tita

  6. Viet says

    We had good times in middle school and high school. Christina you were cool, happy and caring. I can hear your laughter and feel your love. Rest easy friend. I’m thinking of you.

    Viet T Nguyen

  7. Sheryll Quiatchon Cruz says

    Such a beautiful loving soul. I’m very grateful for she blessed me with wonderful memories of her. I’ll never forget her beautiful voice. My deepest condolences to her children, husband and her family. You are all in my prayers…

  8. Uncle Herbert and Auntie Tess Fajardo says

    We cannot begin to express how profoundly saddened we are by the loss of our niece Cristina Ann. We are sending our deepest sympathy, to you Bryant and the children.We are standing beside you and your family as you grieve.
    Cristina was a beautiful soul, and we will always treasure the time we spent with her and remember her fondly, especially her generous spirit and love. We are sure that wherever she is now she is spreading the same joy. We’re all blessed to have the chance to FaceTime with her before that difficult good- bye.
    Our dear Cristina, you are in better place now. Oh so happy and so bright!
    There is perfect joy and beauty in this everlasting light. Welcome our beloved
    Cristina into the company of the Saints, where tears are no more and suffering and pain are all ended, Eternal Rest grant to her ,O Lord. And let perpetual light shine upon her May she Rest In Peace. Amen

  9. Chhan Chhin says

    I so heart broken by the news of my childhood BESTIE. I’ve been trying to locate her on face book for so many years by the only names that I have called her when we in middle school and high school. I’m so devastated I can’t even think right now. She has the most beautiful voice,Ever! We love to sing. 8th Grade Choir, our music teacher MS.ALKIER. We,enjoyed every minute of that class,plus it was an easy class. I remember, the first time that I had met her Lola, I didn’t know that it was Theta’s tradition on greeting elders. Lola reached out her hand towards me and I grabbed her hand and shook her hand. Theta laughed so hard. I can go on & on about her. I’ve also met her whole family and got to know them really well. MaryAnn, she’s so sweet and soft spoken. Same goes for her Mother sweet and generous. Mr. Guevarra, he can really cook up a good meal. Love his cooking. In A.P.Hill we were in JORTC (ARMY) and join the Polynesian club. We were everywhere together, walking. We made our 8th Grade dance so important and special, we decided to rent a limo for the night. Had no idea that Senior Prom was an ideal time to rent a limo. We had a blast. IM VERY BLESSED TO HAVE THETA AND HER WONDERFUL FAMILY IN MY LIFE. MY THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS TO THETA AND HER FAMILY.

  10. Richard J. Aparicio says

    I am so extremely devastated to hear about. I cried and nearly passed out when I found out about her passing on MaryAnn’s Facebook post. Christina was a dear friend of mine growing up in San Jose. We had a lot of great times and middle school and high school. We kept in touch for years and remained good friends. I remember when she moved back from the Philippines I finally got to meet her son, Mateo. Her and Mateo and My son would often hang out at the beach or San Francisco. We eventually did Go our separate ways after time. To this day she is still one of the greatest people I had the pleasure of knowing. She had the best laugh. My deepest condolences to her entire family.

  11. Judith Alvarez says

    My beautiful sister, I will miss your laugh, your smile and your sunshine energy. I am grateful for all our talks and watching our kids grow. Thank you for always making us feel loved.

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