We regretfully announce the passing of Carol S. Davis on December 11, 2022. Carol was surrounded by her family and passed away peacefully.
Carol was brought into this world on September 30, 1956, to Richard and Mary Harkins. Carol was born and raised in Largo Florida with her three siblings. Carol built a life with her husband William “Bill” Davis (now deceased) whom she was blessed to have a son with. After the passing of Bill, Carol met her spouse, Michael Arvin, who she built a wonderful life with. Carol was a survivor of breast cancer and in her last few years of life she battled a long and hard fight with small cell lung cancer. After a long dedication to her career at Industrial Marking Services, she retired to focus on her health.
Carol was a loving and dedicated mother to her son and wonderful grandmother to her many grandchildren and great grandchildren.
Carol is survived by her mother – Mary Harkins, brother – Rick Harkins, Son – Eric Davis, Spouse – Michael Arvin and many grandchildren.
Carol was one of the kindest and strongest women to ever walk this earth and our family was blessed to have her as the head of our family.
Funeral services will be held on January 07, 2022 at 10:00am at Largo Cemetery.
Following the service a celebration of life gathering for all friends and family will be held at Amvets Riders Charter 67 from 11:00am to 2:00pm
The address for Amvets is 512 S Lincoln Avenue, Clearwater, FL 33756.
Carol was a strong sweet lady and lucky to have her in our life’s. Her beautiful smile will be missed.
Thank you Carol, for the childhood memories I have with you and the family. Thank you for raising that awesome son of yours. Thank you for fighting for so long and keeping that beautiful smile on the process. You were truly an amazing woman. You’ll be missed by many but forgotten by none. Love and miss you Carol
This is my spouse Carol Sue Davis she was my own angel I loved her without any reservation I felt that it was my job to be beside her every day that we were together still she is at my side I would love her until the breath is no longer in my body I miss her so much no one could ever know what kind of love we had for each other I love that could never be to work part and I will love her till the day I die and I hope to see her again soon without all the problems that she had here on this earth my darling Carol you wait for me and I will meet you in heaven whenever God decides it’s my time to be with you so you look for me I will be there I miss you my love and all the love that I have in my heart for you will never leave you are no longer in pain and suffering with that cancer now you have no more worries Stress and sorrow. you are at peace now with the Lord you’re not gone you’re just resting waiting on me then we shall have eternal love for each other. I love you Carol I always will and I will never stop you will be in my heart forever
Carol was truly an amazing woman. Very kind to me all the time. Even through my tough years she was always understanding and supportive to me. She brought in this world a beautiful man her son Eric Davis who I am proud to call my family.
My cousin Carol who we all called ( Carol Sue ) which she did’nt like. We had so much fun as kids growing up in Largo. The family visiting your family house or ours. Cookouts, Easter egg hunts or just getting together playing. I love you with all my heart going to miss you very much. We will raise a beer to you my sweet cousin.