A Celebration of Life for Reginald C. Davis, 31 of Moulton will be noon, Monday at Freeman Tabernacle Baptist Church with Apostle Arthur Warrior officiating. Inhumation will follow in Moulton Memory Gardens. The body will be placed in the church one hour prior to the funeral with Reynolds Funeral Home directing. The pubic may view Mr. Davis on Saturday and Sunday from 2-6 at the funeral home.
Mr. Reginald Cornelius Davis was born on January 11, 1987 in Tuscumbia Alabama to Ms. Valencia Davis and Mr. Donnie Davis. He departed this life, on July 3, 2018 at Decatur Morgan Hospital.
He accepted Christ at an early age and joined Freeman Tabernacle Missionary Baptist Church in Moulton Alabama where he was active in Youth Ministry, Generation Next, Vacation Bible School, Usher Board and Mass Choir. He later joined Progressive Christian Outreach Ministry in Decatur AL.
As a child he was an all-around athlete. He later attended Lawrence County High School where he was involved in many clubs and organizations. While attending Lawrence County High School, Reggie became the first African-American Drum Major of their award winning band.
Later in life, Reggie became employed by Delphi and worked there until the closure. He went on to pursue photography and event planning. He also perfected the craft of couponing which allowed him the opportunity to give back to his community. Reggie was blessed with many gifts and talents from God. He also had a heart of gold and was loved by all whom he came in contact with.
Reggie was preceded in death by his great grandmother, Ms. Minnie Spain and his grandfather, Mr. Thurman Warren.
His legacy of love will forever be cherished by: his loving and devoted mother, Ms. Valencia Davis; his father, Mr. Donnie Davis; three loving sisters, Ashley Davis, Donielle Aldridge and Toilona Davis; two brothers, Phillip Harris and Jaden Johnson.; three grandmothers, Audrey D. Hamilton, Louise Davis, and Margaret Warren; his grandfather, Mr. Billy H. Lee (Wanda); a great-grandmother, Ms. Audrey J. Hamilton; a very special nephew, Jacobee King, and a host of aunts, uncles, cousins other relatives and friends.