Photo courtesy of Richardson Mortuary - Houston


Feb 6, 2015 - May 4, 2019 (Age 4)

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My daughter and I went to Arkansas to pay our respects to little Maleah. It was so emotional seeing all the bears, clothes, cards, and messages for you sweet girl. I was honored to drive across the Maleah Davis Memorial Bridge. We love you sweet girl. May you continue to rest in the arms of Jesus

Happy heavenly birthday sweet angel!!!

Maleah, it's your BIRTHDAY! Wishing you a Happy, Heavenly, and beautiful one. I'm sure God has a wonderful CELEBRATION planned...with all the things, that keep you smiling! So, sending a bunch of pink balloons & rainbow butterflies, just for you... with LOVE, KISSES and HUGS!

We miss you much; but are blessed with the many ADORABLE photos (shared), to hold within our hearts...always & forever!!!

Take your rest lil angel. Heaven is your home.

rip m baby

i love u

even know i dont know u i still love u rip

This touched my heart about an innocent sweet girl. I know you are prancing around on rainbows and twirling in the cutest tutu. Rip

Rest in peace sweet baby..your light still shines down here..


MALEAH's Obituary

She touched the lives of many; our shining, beautiful little girl, the light of our lives and the star of our hearts who leaves us smiling through our tears. She was happiness personified.

Born February 6th, 2015, Maleah was the adored daughter of Craig Davis Jr. and Brittany Bowens. She was the middle of three children and dearly loved her brothers, Peyton and Kourtland.

With her huge smile, loving spirit and infectious personality, Maleah would instantly capture the hearts of those who knew her. Maleah’s soul was nurturing and opened the door for making new friends easily. Her love for music was undeniable. Maleah would often sing catchy lyrics of songs like Baby Shark while twirling around in her pink tutu. Singing brought Maleah joy and she was known to be in her happy place moving to music.

While Maleah’s favorite color was pink and she loved My Little Pony, all the girly things one could imagine, she loved spending time with her brothers. She never missed a moment to pose in front of the camera with them in action.

Maleah spread love and laughter wherever she went. She has left a profound message of love on this world that will never be forgotten.

A private funeral service will be held on June 22, 2019.

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