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KIM M. DAVIS, 62, of Fort Wayne, went home to heaven on Tuesday, June 16, 2020. Born Aug. 12, 1957, in Fort Wayne, she was a daughter of William Martin and Delores Layton. She attended North Side High School, and then went on to marry her high school sweetheart, Michael Davis in 1976. She was the manager of a license branch for over 20 years, and after, she enjoyed spending her time with her family and friends. "Her love for her family was one of a kind, she loved to make us laugh and loved to have fun." She would always say, "Vegas Baby!" and always looked forward to her trips out to see her sister and brother-in-law. She never took one day for granted. As her granddaughter would say, "she was our hero!" "We will miss her so much". She is survived by her husband, Michael Davis; daughter, Dawn (Brad) Derouin; her mother; sister, Kelly (John) Skaggs; granddaughter, Brittany (Kyle) Souers; and many more family members and dear friends. She was preceded in death by her father; and her grandparents, Tony and Lucille Conge. Service is noon Saturday, July 4, 2020, at Midwest Funeral Home & Cremation Society, 1415 West Coliseum Blvd., Fort Wayne, with visitation one hour prior. Arrangements by Midwest Funeral Home & Cremation Soceity.

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Published in Fort Wayne Newspapers on Jun. 30, 2020.
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July 10, 2020
Stephen Davis
July 7, 2020
I was so blessed to have you as my sister. You were my best friend, protector, and my shoulder to lean on. You loved your family and friends unconditionally, and gave of yourself in anyway to help them. Most people never knew how truly sick you were, because you didn't want pity, or anyone to feel sorry for you. You faced each day with strength and courage and a smile on your face. You just wanted to have fun, and live life to the fullest. I will miss reminiscing with you about the wonderful memories we've shared, and the fun and laughter we've had over the years. Most of all, I will just miss YOU. I love you with all my heart. See you on the other side Sis.
Kelly Skaggs
July 6, 2020
Kim was my sister in-law We had a lot of laughs together and a lot of tears as well. I will always remember how excited she was to have her little girl Dawn I use to play peek a boo with my neice Dawn and make her laugh Kim always loved yo laugh and have a good time. She loved my brother Mike and He loved her unconditionally You will be missed Kim
Pamela Kennell (Davis)
July 3, 2020
Im so sorry for your loss. Kim was an amazing person. She was a big part of my life growing up. Ill never forget all the good times we had together. She was so fun! She always knew how to have a good time. She was so funny! She used to make me laugh so hard my face and stomach would hurt. Im going to miss her so much! Thank you for all the great memories I love you Kim! Till we meet again your nephew Jake
Jake Rodenbeck
July 2, 2020
I am so sorry for the loss of Kim. Keep clinging to those sweet memories as you will have them forever.
Sharon Layton Yost
July 2, 2020
I am so sorry for the loss of Kim. Keep playing to those sweet memories as you will have them forever.
Sharon Layton Yost
July 1, 2020
You were the best
You were and always will be the best mom, my best friend, the best grandma! Your memory will always continue through us, because your always gonna be with us❤ We love you so very much, and we will be together again, so for now you keep grandpa and grandma Conge company, I know your rolling those meatballs with them! Never goodbye, its we will see soon I love you, your sweet Dawn
Dawn Derouin
June 30, 2020
She is a friend, classmate and loved keeping in touch on FB. She was kind, considerate and a joy to listen to. She will be missed!
Val Wagner
June 30, 2020
Mike, Im so sorry for your loss. You are in my prayers. Your cousin, Linda
Linda Inniss
June 30, 2020
Kelly, please accept my condolences for the loss of Kim

Rich Yost
West Melbourne, FL
Rich Yost
June 30, 2020
She was the love of my life the first time I seen those big brown eyes I was hooked ever since then we went on to marrying a few years later and after 46 years later I new I had made the best choice of my life and yes honey we will be together again but this time it will be for eternity without any sickness or pain I miss you so much I love you forever your loving husband.❤❤
Mike Davis
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