Obituary » Indya Marie Davis
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December 30, 1997 - October 23, 2015
…”gone but never forgotten, always loved and cherished. You were an angel sent from heaven, rest in peace and know that you were a beautiful and wonderful daughter. You were more gorgeous than you ever knew… Indya!”
Indya Marie Davis departed this life on, Friday, October 23, 2015. The youngest daughter of Phillip Davis Fairfax, VA and Lisa M. Davis, Lake Ridge, VA. She was born December 30, 1997 at Fort Belvior U.S Army Base, in Alexandria, VA
Indya was a member of Christ Chapel Church in Woodbridge, VA. At a young age she accepted Jesus Christ as her Lord and Savior. She loved the outdoors, water and snow skiing, hiking in the woods and occasionally hunting.
Indya was a senior at Osborne Park High School, where she played several instruments. Her aspirations were to attend the Northern Virginia Community College of Woodbridge and transfer to the Virginia Commonwealth University to become a Nurse Practitioner.
In addition to her loving parents, Indya leaves to cherish her memory, brother s Joshua Ramseur and Phillip Davis; one sister, Mia Beltran of California; aunt and uncle – Angela and Brian Cowart; grandmother, Thelma Allen, and cousins : Brianna, Maya and Bryson Cowart . Indya was preceded in death by her grandmother, Linda Jean Caldwell and grandfather, Dennis Earl Young.
My dear daughter, oh how this has broken my heart, but I know you loved deeply. I will miss your wonderful smile, your uniqueness and telling you “I love you”. I will miss walking into your room to make sure you woke up on time for school and walking you to the door as you were leaving. You left me a wonderful gift before you walked out the door that one last time, the tight hug and kiss you gave me and telling me “I love you Mom.” That… my dear daughter, I will always cherish. I am so glad I said “I love you too” before you walked out the front door. I know now that you left me those words to comfort me. Oh how I wish I could push a rewind button and had kept you from leaving. But God had other plans, even in the midst of our sorrows and pain, He knows and has a plan for all of us, His will and name will be glorified and His love for us revealed.
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