Jonathan Davis

New Orleans, Louisiana

1997 - 2020


New Orleans, Louisiana


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In everybody's life there is joy that makes them want to be a better person, to achieve more, and to love more deeply. For all that knew Jonathan, he was that joy. On Sunday, September 13, 2020, Jonathan J. Davis departed his joyful life and was called home to the Lord. Jonathan Davis was born on September 23rd, 1997 in New Orleans, Louisiana to his loving parents, Ms. Arlene Davis and father, Mr. Troy Williams. Jonathan overly achieved expectations and demonstrated tremendous effort and growth throughout his daily agenda. During Jonathan's spare time he enjoyed activities such as eating, shopping, playing sports and spending time with family. He aspired to be a longshoreman and had goals of taking care of his family. Jonathan always had a vision of wanting to be rich and traveling. Jonathan Davis was a mild mannered, family oriented, humble and hardworking neighborhood kid. His positive attitude and belief in himself, even in the face of difficulty, is an immensely admirable asset. Jonathan's characteristics showed diligence, confidence, commitment, perseverance, and optimism. Jonathan is preceded in death by his siblings, Johntrell, Robertnette, Monique ,and Ryan Davis. His grandparents Arma Davis, Audrey Williams, and Echian Wiltz, and his best friend, Tajuan McKinight. He is survived by his brothers, Robert, Ronald, Ronnie, and Troy Davis and his 4 sisters, Shantell, Rhondalynn, Diontrell, and Arlesha Davis. He is also survived by a host of nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, and cousins. Services will be held on Wednesday, September 23, 2020 at Dennis Funeral Home, 1812 Louisiana Ave. New Orleans, LA 70115. Visitation: 10:00AM Service: 11:00AM Interment: Providence Memorial Park. Arrangements entrusted to Dennis Funeral Home.

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Our condolences to Ms Arlene and the extended Davis family on Jonathan's passing. I had the privilege to meet weekly and mentor Jonathan over the three years from his 14th to 17th birthdays. He was an amazing young man and had strong dreams. His friends and classmates at SciTech showed him respect and saw strong leadership qualities in Jonathan.

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.

It was a pleasure to have you as a friend of the family, you will truly be missed .