Helen Davis Obituary, Death – Mrs. Helen Hutto Davis of St. Louis, Missouri, has reportedly passed away at age 72, Friday, December 16, 20220, unexpectedly leaving family and loved ones in agony and sadness. In addition to her role as a member of the Baptist congregation that gathers at Deep Creek, she is also a housewife. She was born in Augusta, which is located in the state of Georgia. Her parents, John Willie and Gladis Hutto, along with her brother George Bryant, her sisters Eva Rose Bridges and Linda “Jerri” Perez, all passed away before she did. Her brother was named George Bryant. Her sisters were named Eva Rose Bridges and Linda “Jerri” Perez. Her parents were her caregivers. Her daughter Kristy Lariscy and her husband James E. Davis both passed away before she did. Her passing comes after their passing. Her husband had already passed away prior to her passing.
The church will open its doors for visitation at one in the afternoon, and it will remain open all the way up until the time of the funeral service. The visitation will start at one in the afternoon. The Reverend Butch Taylor will preside over the funeral services that will be held at Deep Creek Freewill Baptist Church on the afternoon of Wednesday, December 21, 2022 at 2:00 pm. There has been no decision made regarding the time or date of the services as of yet. Immediately following the conclusion of the service, the burial will take place at the Bennett Family Cemetery.
When attending the family get-together, guests are asked to dress in a manner that is considered to be more casual. Her survivors include her son and daughter-in-law, Bucky Lariscy (Melissa) of Sylvania; her grandchildren, Colby Lariscy and Cara Bennett (Spenser) of Sylvania; a brother and sister-in-law, James Hutto (Deborah) and sister and brother-in-law, Debbie Hutto McMillan (Ronnie) of Aiken, South Carolina; as well as several niece Bucky Lariscy, Colby Lariscy, Spenser Bennett, Paul McCord, Tony Davis, and Charles Smith will serve as pallbearers during the funeral service. It has been decided that associate volunteers from Southeast Hospice will serve in the role of honorary pallbearers at the funeral.