Charlotte Ann “Solid Ann” Davis

Charlotte Ann “Solid Ann” Davis
April 3, 1945 – February 12, 2016
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Charlotte Ann Davis was born as Charlotte Ann White on April 3, 1945 to Isaiah and Glister Mae White(Both preceded in death) in San Francisco, California. She later moved to San Diego with her mother and brother Ronald White. She attended school in the San Diego Unified School District. She held various jobs such as a homemaker, electronic assembly, nurses assistant, child care provider, bartender, dj and she was also a receptionist at the Joan Kroc Center. At times she held two or more of these positions at once. Charlotte was a proud member of the Black Sabbath Motorcycle Club. She really enjoyed riding motorcycles, swimming, volleyball, reading, especially comics and health books. She liked watching scary movies, musicals, dramas, history channels and listening and playing music for others. She enjoyed dancing and was known for her dance that her grandchildren who called the “Nanny Dance”. She leaves to mourn and cherish all her precious memories, her loving brother Ronnie; baby sister Cheryl; her children, Oscar, Francisca, Yolanda, Vontina, and her adopted daughter/granddaughter Olivia; 12 grandchildren, Deon, Jason, Tanisha, Kaleef, Akeem, Shakeena, Kevin, Shanika, Anthony, Chrissy, Jasmine and Ramon; 16 great-grandchildren, 1 great great grandchild; nephews, Sean and Sherman; cousins, Barbara, Shirley, Pokie, Kim, Chris, Charles Ray Guyton, Lydiann, James Tyler and Cathy Tyler; her best friend’s Joann, Theodora and a host of family and friends that will miss her dearly. Charlotte was preceded in death by her daughter, Enrika; grandchildren, Moray, Charles, Shanievia and Othell, Tracey, Dorothy, Lee, Ida Jean, Dejon, Barbara and others. She will be remembered as a loving mother, grandmother, sister and friend. She was one “Tuff Cookie” she was a very independent strong minded and level headed woman. There was never a dull moment with Charlotte Ann. “CA– USE SHE HAD IT LIKE THAT AS SHE WOULD SAY” She would say what she meant and meant what she said and wouldn’t take it back. She will be truly missed and loved always “Never take what you have for granted because you never know how long you have it.”

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