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Kristie Davis Edwards

10/11/1964 - 05/14/2022

Krisite Lynn (Davis) Edwards, 57, of Mesa, Arizona, departed this life Friday, May 14, 2022. She was born October 11, 1964, in Rockford, Illinois to the late Bonnie (Shrieber) Davis, and Terry A. Davis of Machesney Park Illinois.

Kristie is survived by her father Terry A. Davis of Machesney Park, Illinois, brothers – Ron (Lori) Davis of Machesney park, Illinois, and Joshua Davis of Mesa Arizona; Children – Zachary Wilson of Mesa, Arizona, Marina Wilson of Tell City, Indiana, Iesha Sommay of Mesa, Arizona, Tarenah (Kahel) Castleman of Mesa, Arizona; Grandchildren – Jakree, LaZayia, ArJoni, & Nalijah Wilson, Xavier & Xander Wilson, Xion, &  Octavia Cox, Sofia, Danny Jr & Maelee Sommay, Paradise, Cadence & Shiloh Castleman, Evonni Davis. She is also survived by many cousins, aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and friends (close enough they too are family). Kristie loved all of her children, grandchildren, family and friends. She loved to be surrounded by love.

Kristie is and was a free spirit, if she loved you, then she loved you and she did her best to be there for you if she could in anyway help.

She had a passion for music and all aspects of it, she worked as Vice President of International Talent at Jump Street Entertainment.

Two of her favorite quotes are and they are so true to how she felt and who she is and always will be:

  • Those that live in glass houses, should not throw stones! karma is a bigger witch than I will ever be.
  • IF *YOU* THINK *YOU* ARE WITHOUT SIN, CAST THE FIRST STONE! Matthew 7: 1, 2 Stop judging, that you may not be judged. for with what judgement YOU are judging, you too will be judged!

Arrangements by Bunker’s Garden Chapel, www.bunkerfuneral.com. Should this obituary appear anywhere but bunkerfuneral.com, please check our website for accurate details and service information.

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  • Laurine (Lori) Frayer

    Kristie was more then just a cousin to me, she was my friend, my confidant, my shoulder to cry on, and so much more.
    From mud spaghetti and the empty haunted attic, to becoming mothers and grandmothers, and the late night calls across the United States to each other, the childhood memories, spending the night at each others house, family holidays, going dancing at the Ilda Club with Grandma, and grandpa, the giggles, joy, tears, accomplishments, milestones, heartaches and secrets we shared. I love and miss her sooo much. Life will not be the same without you here physically. RIP Kristie your forever part of my heart and soul

  • First time I met her was when I was very little. Ur since growing up, she has always been the most positive person about everything! She has always made sure to brighten the mood if I posted or said anything sad! You will forever be missed! Fly high sweet lady! Love ya

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