Kristofer Aaron Davis

February 20, 1994 - November 17, 2019
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Kristofer Aaron Davis, 25, passed away November 17, 2019. He was born in Kenton on February 20, 1994 to Stephen and Barbara (Stone) Davis.

He is survived by his mother Barbara Stone, sister Katrina (Mikala) Rostorfer, nephews Jocktan and Kindell Rostorfer, grandmothers Allita Davis and Mary Lou Stone-White, grandfather Charles White, uncle James (Julie) Stone and numerous great aunts, uncles and cousins.
He was preceded in death by his father Stephen Davis and grandfather Charles “Charlie” Davis.
Kris (as he was known to family and friends) graduated in 2012 and worked as a manager at McDonalds. He considered his coworkers as his second family. He was a member of Skywarn and would discuss the weather with anyone who would listen. He was an animal lover, especially dedicated to preserving wolves, avid supporter of NRA and a big believer in the Second Amendment.
He will be cremated at Bayliff and Son in Cridersville and no services are scheduled at this time. Kris was an organ and tissue donor. Donations may be made to American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.

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Born: February 20, 1994
Died: November 17, 2019

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Laura Bopp posted on 11/23/19

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Laura Bopp posted on 11/23/19

I am heartbroken by this tragic loss. Kris was such a wonderful young man and will be greatly missed. May God's love bring peace and healing to your hearts. Cherish the memories.


Jane James posted on 11/20/19

Barb and MaryLou. So sorry to read about Kris’s passing in yesterday’s paper. I remember seeing him at nursing home and thinking about how handsome your “little” boy was. And you Barb, were always bragging on him and how smart he was. I know you were a good Mom and MaryLou, a good Grandma. Keep the faith and know that someday you will be with him again forever in peace and happiness. Will keep you in my prayers.


Paulette posted on 11/20/19

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james stone posted on 11/20/19

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