We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Grace Funeral Services, LLC - Holly Hill
On the afternoon of Sunday, May 2, 2021, in MUSC Shawn Jenkins Children's Hospital, Meaghan peacefully fell asleep.
Meaghan Caroline Davis, the second of 3 children, was born on September 1, 2003 in Orangeburg, SC. In Meaghan's early years, she grew up in the Boyer community of Holly Hill. Initially raised by her parents, in the loving home of James (Rock) and Everett Davis. She attended Holly Hill Elementary School and later attended St. James Gilliard Elementary School where her academic prowess began to surface. After writing her name on majority of the walls and doors in the home, she moved along with her family to Orangeburg. While in Orangeburg, Meaghan attended Whittaker Elementary School and Howard Middle School. Meaghan participated in many things during her stay in Orangeburg. She was a member of the Girl Scouts Troop, played basketball at the YMCA, softball for the city and school, she was on the volleyball team, and a member of the Cheerleading team at Howard Middle School. After being in Orangeburg for 5 years, the family once again packed up and moved to Moncks Corner, SC. While staying in Moncks Corner, She continued with her love for sports. She played softball for the city of Summerville and Moncks Corner and basketball at Sedgefield Middle School. At the age of 15 Meaghan got her first job. She was employed by Culver's in Summerville. Working became her favorite thing to do. She was serious about her job, had to be on time and stayed late.
Meaghan was raised in Refuge Temple Holly Hill. At the age of 15, Meaghan on her own freewill, began to faithfully attend Sunday School. She was the baby that came in working. No matter who asked her to participate in something her answer was always yes.
She was eager to do whatever she could in the house of the Lord. Her dedication and love for God and Refuge Temple was so genuine and powerful that it served as a testimony and influenced her parents' establishment and growth at Refuge Temple. Meaghan participated faithfully with the ABYPU and Sunday School Department on the local, district, state and national levels. She sang on the choir, was a member of the praise dance team and the step team.
Meaghan was diagnosed with leukemia on December 27, 2020. She was determined to not allow this diagnosis and treatment to interfere with her desire to finish high school early. While receiving her first round of chemo and dealing with he pains in her body, she successfully completed her school assignments daily and graduated early. Meaghan fought valiantly and never complained.
Meaghan was preceded in death by her beloved grandmother, Betty Palmer; aunt, Evan Palmer; and two uncles, Edward Davis and Jerry Mack, Jr.
Meaghan leaves to cherish her loving memories: her parents, Minister Michael and Sister Demetria Davis; siblings, Makacia and Michael Jon Davis; grandparents, James and Everett Davis and Moses Palmer; uncles, Rodney McCord, Ronnie (Vernetta) Mack, Maurice Davis, Dayshawn (Christina) Davis; aunts, Barbara (Nathaniel) Johnson, Shawanda (David) Williams and Nina McCord; great aunts and uncles, Stova Lee (Deloris) Davis, Jefferson (Tammy) Davis, Veola (Adam, Sr.) Williams, Charlie (Carolyn)Davis, Carlton (O'Linda) Mack, Diann Mack, Elizabeth Mack, Nathaniel Mack, special aunts and uncles, Brenda (Don) Jordan, Latoyia (Roy) Durant, Veronica (Anthony) Davis, Monica (Vernon) Howell, Gwen (Stanley) Duffie, Kay (Jeffers) Holman and Patsy McCord, special siblings, Joi, Ryland, and Trinity. Her praise team and Step team family, and a host of cousins and dear friends