Mother Annie Mae Key Davis was born August 12, 1913 in Marvell, Arkansas to the late David and Elizabeth James. Mother Davis received her formal education in Arkansas and in the 50's she and her family relocated to Dade City, Florida. She worked numerous jobs, including, her employment at the Holy Name Priory in St. Leo, Florida. Mother Davis was an humble, God-fearing woman, who accepted Christ as her Personal Savior at a young age. She was a member of Dade City Church of God in Christ under the leadership of her Pastor, Superintendent Mitchell Davis, Jr., whom she loved dearly. Mother Davis served in her church as Church Mother, Sunday School Teacher and Choir member for many years. She loved her church and served until her health began to fail. Mother Davis was an avid singer and praiser during her church services, she loved God and served him with her whole heart. Mother Davis also loved spending time with her family and friends, as they visited her and spent countless moments with her. As her health began to decline, she became a resident at Heritage Park Specialty Care Center and had been a resident there for over 10 years. Mother Davis was blessed by God to have lived and has enjoyed her family for 106 years. On November 30, 2019, after a long prosperous life, God called his humbled servant home to rest. She will be greatly missed by her family, her friends and her community. Mother Davis was preceded in death by her sons, Robert Key and Floyd Key; and three great-grandsons, Jeremy, Jason and Henry. She leaves to cherish her memory: one loving and devoted daughter, Pastor Fannie Gentles of Dade City, Florida; 26 grandchildren; as well as numerous great-grandchildren (too many to name); 2 adoptive daughters, Missionary Earlean Scotland and Evangelist Antoinette Pryor; and a host of other sorrowing relatives and sorrowing friends.
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