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Tina Davila

September 1, 1967 - August 5, 2021
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Tina Marie Davila, age 53, of Delphos, Ohio passed away on August 5,2021. She was born on September 1, 1967, to the late Richard Martin and Helen Brinkman Martin.
Survivors include: 1 Brother Don Bryan, 2 Sisters Becky Bryan and Paula Miller, Cat Bentley and the Martin family.
She was preceded in death by her parents Richard and Helen Martin, Grandparents Frank and Nellie Brinkman, Husband Giovanni Davila, and Dog Dakota.

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Born: September 1, 1967
Died: August 5, 2021

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Donna Jean White posted on 8/13/21

Tina was a beautiful person. Although I haven't seen Tina in many years, I remember her long flowing hair and lovely eyes. She was a very sweet girl.

 

Scott posted on 8/12/21

My sincere condolences 🙏 prayers for the family

 

Angie posted on 8/12/21

My dear sweet friend! My lil sis! My heart hurts for you but it is also happy! I know you have had sooooooooo many struggles and tragedies through the years! But we also had some pretty great memories. Meeting you on the sidewalk with your little blue car!! Going over to your Grandma & Grandpa's porch, to diving in the bushes and waiting on cars to go by and splash us! And hiding from cars going by and running into to trees cause you were blind as a bat at night. You were my childhood\lifetime friend!! We were inseparable!! When I flew to California to bring you and Dakota back to this "little" town. You didn't remember it being this small! But what a fun trip.....hotel for dog, casinos for us. What a blessing it was to have you in my life!! Thank God for you! You helped me so much when mom was dying! You were always there! I wish I could have helped you more. I hate that you struggled alone those last few days! But I know you finally made it HOME!!! I love you dear friend. May God please give you a hug from me! Love ya girl!!! I will see you again one day!!

 

Marlon posted on 8/11/21

Tina, she was my best friend, my soulmate, my love and my girlfriend. I guess the best thing to say about her is that she was a very deep person with a colourful life, a lot of bad things happaned to her she didn't deserve but also a lot of good things and she had the greatest, purest heart of any person I've ever met! Loosing her is so much more than loosing one person cause she was so much more to me, words were never enough so we used to just look into each others eyes and let our souls do the talking.... I can't remember of even a few minutes in the last months when I wasn't thinkin' of her. It hurts like hell to be here without her but I'm so glad I had the chance to meet her and even get lucky enoughto be the one she loved. When she died something weird happened, even before I knew for sure she was dead, but when it actually happened. It's like a part of me died with her, but also like a part of her now lives in me, it's not just her influence, it's something more that I can't explain but maybe it'll help some of her family members to know this. Oh hunny I don't know how to finish this but if you somehow are still around, in what form or state it might be and you somehow can read, this, I stil love you like in the first weeks, no, actually even more and I will never forget you, you were the best thing that ever happened to me!!! In eternal love, Marlon. PS: To the people who preeceded her, there HAS TO be her best friend Jan added who died two years ago on cancer who was her mostly best friend but also a bit like a second mother after her mother passed way to early.

 

Becky Bryan posted on 8/11/21

Tina, Family and Friends, My beautiful sissy. How I miss you. I miss waiting for you to email me so I know that you were O.K. and surviving your hard life. But now we know that you are better than O.K., you are rejoicing with Grandma, Grandpa, Mom and Dick, Jan and your boy Dakota and many others that you have been missing in your heart for so many years. Praise God!! I loved our zoom call in January, all the way to California, it was great to see you again and with your pretty blonde hair. She was very grateful and thanked God for the entire Bryan family for supporting her when she needed assistance. This was a blessing for my sissy. Thank God for Marlon and the internet. He gave you love, respect and compassion for the past few months that you had been deserving for so many years. You once told me that God would send someone to his servants to help get them to the finish line. He did that for you honey and we did not even know about it. Thank you Marlon for being there for my sissy. Oh, yes, sweetie, Chris and I will take you to the San Francisco Bay for water burial in the silver light orange seashell biodegradable companion urn with Dakota. We were sad to learn of how much pain you were in during the last couple of days of your life. But you told me, "Do not be sad because the pearl made it home with loved ones and the shell will be in the bay area her most favorite place" per her wishes. Genesis 3:19 "In the sweat of thy face shalt thou eat bread, till thou return unto the ground, for out of it wast thou taken for dust thou art, and unto dust shalt thou return. Love you sissy, Rest in Peace, Becky and Chris, XOXOXO

 

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