July 20, 1986 - January 2, 2021
Brittany Rose Davis, 34, was born on July 20, 1986 in Downey, California to Randy Davis and Vicky Perea, and entered into eternal rest on January 2, 2021. Through hard work and dedication, Brittany was employed as a service manager for a Ford dealership for over a year. Prior to her employment with Ford, Brittany was a part of the Risher Mortuary family. She dedicated her efforts to helping families and mostly those who had lost their precious babies. Brittany made it her priority to assist her funeral families at their most critical time of need and bereavement, always going above and beyond for them. Brittany was also in charge of creating media for families among other specialties. Below has been added by Brittany's loving family: Most people get a conventional obituary. However, Brittany Davis wasn’t most people. Brittany Davis was an inspiring young woman who was fearless and loved passionately with her heart. Unfortunately her loving heart stopped early on January 2, 2021. Her spirit, her radiant smile and the impact she had on everyone she met will never leave us. On July 20, 1986, Brittany’s heart beat for the first time for the world. She was the first born daughter of Randy and Vicky Davis. Brittany grew up in Downey, California with her sister, Lauren and her mom and dad. She leaves behind her most precious treasure, her son Dylan. On the day of her birth in 1986, Brittany's parents had no way of knowing that they had been blessed with a daughter with a heart of gold. Brittany would go to the ends of the earth for any of her family members or friends. She was loyal to a fault and her heart always pulled her in the right direction. She had been blessed with a strength and a fierce love of life. Brittany had an intense passion for whatever she was involved in at the time. There was no halfway for Brittany. She was all-in on whatever project she was busy with at the time. Brittany was most passionate about her son, family, friends, and music. And not just any music, but music that touched her soul. She would discover new artists or songs and share them with others, hoping that it would inspire them as it did her. Brittany’s writings would inspire you, her culinary creations would wow your palate, and her home projects would impress the best of carpenters. She could put together a poem, tribute, or obituary with the snap of her fingers. When she worked with Risher Mortuary a few years ago, her gift to the families were the words that she created that would provide comfort and solace during their darkest hours. Her words flowed like honey onto the paper and provided warmth to those who had lost a loved one. These words will pale in comparison to the poetry that flowed from Brittany’s pen because she always reached for the stars and was able to touch our hearts and sooth our souls when we needed it most. When Brittany cooked, it wasn’t just a meal, it was an event, a happening. It was time to pull up a chair and watch and witness the culinary Beethoven at work. She always wanted guests and family to be included in the credit by asking our opinions about spicing and taste and we all jumped at the chance so we could count our meaningless contributions as part of her masterpiece. The one caveat about these meals is that you'd better be prepared to stay a while because it wasn’t unusual for the dinner bell to ring around 9 or 10. But it was all good because you don’t rush genius. Another of Brittany’s passions was her creativity on home projects and interior design. Brittany was fearless when it came to creation. She would take a weekend and strip and refinish a dining room table and reupholster the chairs. She would paint entire rooms. It was not unusual to hear pounding or movement at 3 in the morning because she was hanging a new ceiling fan or totally rearranging the furniture. Brittany was definitely an “ask for forgiveness rather than permission” type of girl, but it was all good because it made her happy and we got to see the smile that would take your breath away. The light that shone brightest in Brittany were the people in her life. Her irony is that she never realized that she was the person who lit up our universe. Her brightest light was her 11 year old son, Dylan. Dylan was her sun that her earth revolved around and gave her joy and happiness beyond description. Brittany was all about family, describing her mother Vicky as her girlfriend, boyfriend, mother, aunt, uncle, and confidant; in other words, her everything. Her dad, Randy was her superman who could do anything. Her younger sister Lauren was her best friend and the person she looked up to the most. Her friends were friends for life because once you knew Brittany she changed your life and you wanted to hang on for the ride. We were all just an assortment of stars that revolved in Brittany’s galaxy that glowed so bright. Our galaxy is darker in our eyes because the brightest star has faded from our world but the angels and heaven are aglow today because the brightest star has joined them and is beaming her spiritual light across heaven and paving a way for the rest of us. Brittany is survived by her mother and father, Randall John Davis and Victoria Ann Davis. Her son, Dylan Davis Saavedra, sister Lauren Mindling, brother-in-law Cody Mindling, her precious grandmothers Roberta Rose Davis and Ruth Murrieta, aunts, Valerie Valenzuela and Renee Van Tiem, Cheryl Grover, Wendy Davis, Judy Davis, Ellie Davis, uncles, Rick Grover, Mike Perea, Tom Davis, Steve Davis and Robert Davis, along with other family and friends who will miss her dearly. Brittany was reunited at the Gates of Heaven with her grandfathers, Bernard Davis and Richard Perea and her uncle, Richard Perea Jr. Condolences may be sent to the family through our website.
Brittany Rose Davis, 34, was born on July 20, 1986 in Downey, California to Randy Davis and Vicky Perea, and entered into eternal rest on January 2, 2021. Through hard work and dedication, Brittany was employed as a service manager for a Ford... View Obituary & Service Information
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