On Sunday, September 25, 2022, Anthony La’Keim Ja’Qonn Davis departed this earthly life unexpectedly at the tender age of 25. “Quan” as he was called was born in Bennettsville, SC on May 14, 1997, to Lakisa Wright and Anthony L. Davis. He graduated from Marlboro County High School, class of 2016. He accepted the Lord Jesus Christ at an early age and joined Ebenezer Church where he sang on the junior choir and ushered. He was diagnosed with Type I Diabetes at an early age, but he didn’t allow that to stop his life. Quan lived his life to the fullest and touched numerous people. His positive attitude and impact on others will continue to be ever present in our lives daily. Quan was walking, talking example of strength. He always carried a smile amid his pain. He enjoyed drawing animated characters and loved traveling to South Carolina to hang out with his cousins. He was also a Baltimore Ravens fan fanatic. Watching Dragon Ball Z on his phone was one of his favorite things to do. Also, one of his favorite sayings was, “Man I’m grown, I’m not a baby, I can do what I want to do!” Quan was preceded in death by one sister, Zaria Davis. He leaves to cherish his memories: his parents, Lakisa Wright and Anthony L. (Camay) Davis; special aunt, caregiver and mother figure Julita and his favorite uncle, Derrick Wilson of the home; siblings, Shakeria Davis, JaQuarius Harrison, Zoie Davis, Khristian and Kylan Davis; maternal grandparents, Robert and Annie McCall; paternal grandparents, Rev. John L. and Diane Davis, Charles Zimmerman Sr.; maternal great grandfather, Jimmy Elliott; aunts, Kimberly Wright, Valeria (Joseph) Hunt, Nakita and Whitney Zimmerman; uncles, Charles (Tiffane) Davis, Jermaine (Lesley) Gantt, Brian Davis, Byron (Jodi) Davis, Brandon (Leigh) McCall, Allen, Stacy, Jeremiah Davis and Charles Zimmerman Jr.; a host of great aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. Special cousins Lil D and Byron Jr.; and best friend, Jashearee Pate.