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Patience Davis

March 07, 1993 - April 01, 2020

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Patience Davis

March 07, 1993 - April 01, 2020


Patience Queen Dixon Davis
Sunrise: March 7, 1993 – Sunset: April 1, 2020

The late Patience Queen Dickson Davis was born on Sunday, March 7, 1993 unto Ms. Bendu Julie Kollie and William Dixon in the city of Monrovia, Liberia.

As a little child of the civil war, she and her mother fled to Sierra Leone due to escalation in the destruction of lives and property in the country in Liberia. Patience and mom lived in Freetown until their return when things subsided in Liberia.

Patience started her early education at the St. Edward Catholic School in Logan town, Monrovia. She later attended and successfully graduated from the St. Mary Catholic High school, in Duala, Liberia in 2012

With a prayerful and strong determination, Patience and then spouse Jerry secure a sponsorship to travel the United States of America in January 2014. She arrived and lived in New York until she moved to New Jersey and later to North Carolina. In her further quest for self-fulfillment, Patience moved to the mid-west. While in Minneapolis area she worked at the Lilac Homes Assisted Living Memory Care, Moorhead, MN. With determination, she simultaneously attended the Minnesota State Community and Technical College. Patience lastly worked at the Sanford Medical center as patient care.

Patience Queen Dickson Davis leaves to mourn her death: daughter, Muna; mother, Julie Bendu Kollie of Liberia; Siblings: Julian and Grace; Aunty/Uncles: Famatta Chauncey (NY), J. Allen Kollie (TX), Quisie Hebert (MD), Telee Brown (NY). And many other relatives and friends including but not limited to Alvin, Weddy, Artina, Rev. Williams, Roosevelt, uncle Joe, Eleanor and Lee Soko Brown Coleman, cousin (ND).
We love you but, God loves you best. Rest in Peace; until we meet again.


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One response to “Patience Davis”

  1. Deacon Telee Brown, uncle says:

    You did not have to pass on; not this way; not this early; not deserving this; you did no wrong to die.
    We MAY never tell why. But we will trust God for a better bye and bye….Live on in eternity. Farewell, my child.
    Greet our family members who predeceased your short life…RIP

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