Jamal “Jay” Rasheed Davis, 27, was born March 9, 1977 in Kansas City, Missouri to Aaron Gant and Connie Davis. His parents and maternal grandmother, Mildred Davis preceded him in death.
Jamal was raised by his maternal grandmother and was educated in the public schools of Kansas City, Kansas and attended F. L. Schlagle High School. He enjoyed movies and loved spending time with his kids. Every Wednesday, he would have lunch with them at their school.
Jamal was a member of the Greater Pentecostal Temple Church where he was baptized on December 30, 2001 . He was a loving family man, a devoted husband and father and will be missed by all who knew him.
Jamal departed this life on Sunday, November 21, 2004 at the home.
He leaves to cherish his memory his wife of eleven years, Christina Aquino, three daughters, Rhianna and Mesiah Davis, of the home and Ania Dean, all of Kansas City, KS, three brothers, Abdullah Davis, Kansas City, KS, Aaron Poke Gant, Jr., Kansas City, MO and Aaron L. Gant, III, Atlanta, GA, two sisters, Monique Gant-Ross and Ajinah Davis, both of Kansas City, MO, paternal grandmother, Dorothy Gant, mother-in-law, Brenda “Me Mo” Aquino, two sisters-in-law, Lisa Aquino and Theresa Vasquez, eight uncles, Michael, Larry, Steve, Jeff, Al, Dwane, Stevie and Mark, eleven aunts, Estelle, Marsha, Sheryl, Debbie, Kim, Virginia, Vometa, Regina, LaDonna, Janice and Nina, four nephews, Malik, Charles, Jr., Jaron and Aaron, three nieces, Amaya, Merimekko and Madisson, special cousins (he was raised with) Moma Chawn, Damon, Dwane, Esha LaRae, Frank, Sharif, Clarence and Jaron, special friends, Rahmaan and Alton Easley, Greg Wilson, Eric McDaniels, Lonnie Snow and a host of cousins, other relatives and friends who loved him very much.