Audrie M. Davis

Allentown, Pennsylvania

1958 - 2021 (Age 62)


Allentown, Pennsylvania


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There was no heart bigger or kinder than that of Audrie M. Davis. On Friday, January 29, 2021 at the age of 62, Audrie loosened the grasp of her mother's hand as she took the hand of her Daddy and quietly passed away from coronavirus related complications. Audrie had been a resident at Phoebe...

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I remember taking care of Audrie when I worked at Phoebe. She always had a smile on her face. I was sad to hear of her passing. May God bless you and your family.

This saddens my heart. I have many fond memories of Andries at River Road School and her family growing up. She was in my older brothers class Jimmy Gentry. She was always so positive and caring. A smile and personality that lit up the room. May you Rest In Peace Audrie. My prayers to your family.

Laurie (Gentry) O’Brien

I first met Audrie as she was babysitting for my next-door neighbor, Shannon. We were both smokers at the time in non-smoking houses, so we frequently had conversations porch to porch during our cigarette breaks. Audrey's sense of humor and quick wit caught my eye. She was very easy to get to know. She said she was looking for a full-time job and that is when I introduced her to the Terry Center. We became colleagues and I eventually became her supervisor. She was always eager to work, take...

worked with Audrie at Terry Center and was always very glad when we worked the same shift. Always a smile and a quick sense of humor, she was well liked.
May she rest in peace.

Dear Sandy and Steve,

I dearly loved Audrie, as both a colleague and friend. It was a rarity for us to be together without becoming hysterical with laughter. I've tried over the years to try to locate her, unfortunately, to no avail. Even as recently as yesterday, I looked at Delaware Online. Ironically and sadly, I'm reading this today. "My Sweetest Audrina" I truly adore you. I will always have my own private place for somewhat inappropriate humor in my heart and...

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Say hi to your Dad, PopPop and Grandma for me. I'm sure there will be a lot of jokes told in heaven. Heaven tried to take you before but you were a fighter and survived. I am so sorry that this stupid virus is what took you away. I have lots of fond memories of you from when we were kids and more recently as adults. Rest in peace.

Sandy, this is so beautifully written. I really captures Audrie’s huge heart. She will be missed by so many. Continued prayers for strength and healing for you, Steven and Andrea.

Audrie loved to joke with me, I could always get her to giggle! She loved to sing as I would start a song, and she would sing along. I will miss that. May her memory be a blessing.