Aaron Davis


Aaron Wayne Davis age 53 of Columbus, Ohio was born on December 5, 1962. He was called home to be with our heavenly father on October 28, 2016. Aaron was a loving husband and father. He was a hard working man and provided for his family the best way he could. Aaron was employed at NAPA Auto Parts in Westerville, Ohio for over 10 years. He enjoyed fishing, listening to music and attending church. Aaron attended and was a member of New Generation Church for the past couple of years. He was a nice person who spoke the truth and had a personality that you wouldn’t forget. He will truly be missed.

Aaron is predeceased by his mother Annette (McClain) Davis, father Samuel Davis, grandmother Violett Mae Reynolds, Great- Grandmother Annie Mae Coles, Aunt; Janette McClain Wilson and uncle Joseph Wright.

Aaron Leaves his loving wife of 18 years Dorothy Renee Davis, Son Aaron (Wanda) Workman, Michael Davis, Joseph Workman, Daughter Dorothy Workman, Martina Workman, Alma Clements, and 6 grandkids, brother Allan Davis, Sister Melissa (Anthony) Parham, Tony Davis, Olivia Williams, and Janell (Bruce) Jones,  Brother-in-law, Joseph Workman and Willie Workman, Sister-in-law Shirley Workman, Ester Johnson, Barbara (Ben) McCarroll, Doris Copeland and a host of Nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.

Visitation 9:00am and Funeral 10:00am Saturday November 5, 2016 at MARLAN J. GARY FUNERAL HOME, THE CHAPEL OF PEACE 2500 Cleveland Ave.  Interment at Evergreen Burial Park.  To read the complete obituary, order flowers and to offer condolences to The Davis Family, visit www.TheChapelofPeace.com

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  1. To: The Davis Family.
    I am sorry for your lost. May you find comfort in God’s word the Bible. Jesus said: At John 6:40 For this is the will of my Father, that everyone who recognizes the Son and exercises faith in him should have everlasting life, and I will resurrect him on the last day.
    May the hope and promises in this Scripture bring you comfort and strength to endure the difficult days ahead.
    Please visit jw.org (Search comfort)

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