Ladrell Davis


La-Drell Theo Troy Davis was born on January 3, 1990, to Larry Rogers and Annie Davis in Brooklyn, New York. He moved to Columbus, Ohio with his mother in 1995 where he attended Columbus Public Schools and made many friends and acquaintances along the way.

La-Drell was a loving son, brother, father, nephew, cousin, and friend. He loved to laugh, have fun, eat, just live life to the fullest. He will surely be missed.

La-Drell is preceded in death by his mother: Annie Davis, maternal grandmother: Louise Davis, maternal grandfather: James Davis, paternal grandfather: Theodore Rogers. Niece: America.

La-Drell is survived by Paternal Grandmother: Yvonne Rogers Father: Larry (Shirley) Rogers, Sisters: Sophia Williams, Jacqueline White, Shameka Jackson, Shyella Jackson, Toi Rogers, Tyesha Rogers. Brothers: Larry (Nicole) Gamble, Harold Harper. Sons: TyDrell Davis, La-Drell Davis Jr. Daughters: Treasure Davis, Liberty Davis
Favorite Aunts: Gale McCarrel, Margaret Rogers. Favorite Cousins: Brandy, Kindu And a host of Aunts, Uncles, Nieces, Nephews, Cousins and Friends.

You were a loving and caring brother and a very devoted Father.

We all love and miss you Nukie. You will forever be in our hearts.

Visitation 1:00pm and Funeral 2:00pm Thursday, January 20, 2022 at MARLAN J. GARY FUNERAL HOME, THE CHAPEL OF PEACE NORTH, 2500 Cleveland Ave.


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Condolence Messages

  1. Our thoughts and prayers are with your family.
    Continue to rely on God and know that he hears your prayers, because he cares for you. With caring thoughts.

  2. Delores Davis (Locey)

    To my family (Davis) so sorry I couldn’t physically be there in our time of loss , however my heart and pain is in the same stage as everyone else. I pray as a family we can continue support one another as we try to move forward during our loss.

  3. Raymonde Gamble

    My deepest sympathy and prayers goes out to the Davis and Rogers family. May God continue to cover you all during your time of sorrow.


    Although I haven’t had many opportunities to be a part of my nephew life, I know him through his dad. My brother has a big heart for his children’s he has always shared stories of Nukie life with me.
    My heart goes out to La Dell’s dad, children’s, and siblings, as they heal from the pain and sorrow. May Nukie be held in the arms of his mother once again and may his family keep his warm and loving memories close to their hearts. BIG LOVE Aunt Jackie

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