Cheryl Ann “Uncle Leryl” Davis

January 12, 1953 - August 25, 2023

Cheryl Ann “Uncle Leryl” Davis, 70, of Kountze died Friday, August 25, 2023.  She was born on January 12, 1953, in Port Arthur, TX to Mary Alice (Laird) and Douglas Doyle Davis.

Cheryl was a devout Christian and member of SETX Church.  She loved her pastor, Dr. Nathan Cothen, and attending bible study classes.  Her other loves included nurturing her many potted plants (some of which were 3rd and 4th generations); her dogs, Suggie and Roux; playing spades on her computer; and drinking coffee.

Survivors include her daughter, Heather Domingue of Port Arthur; grandchildren, Paige Renee Domingue and Amberly Ann Domingue-Griffis; great-granddaughter, Chase Andaria Thomassee; brother, Bradley Doyle Davis and wife, Kathy; sister Susan Kay Davis Mahoney and husband, Mike; and several nieces, nephews.

Cheryl is preceded in death by her beloved parents, Mary and “DD” Davis, and her nephew, Chase Douglas Allen.

Memorial contributions in Cheryl’s memory may be made to SETX Church, P.O. Box 5116, Beaumont, TX  77726.

Cremation arrangements for Ms. Davis were handled by Broussard’s Crematorium, under the direction of Broussard’s, 2000 McFaddin Avenue, Beaumont.

Comments (5)

    Theresa Bivins Marino says:

    God bless your loving soul Cheryl. I always loved getting together with you at DD’s pond. I’ll never forget your wonderful deep, raspy voice. You always made me feel like family. We will eventually all meet up at DD’s pond again with Jesus leading our way.

    Delaine says:

    Cheryl your bright & shining soul will be greatly missed. What a grand group you must have had there to greet you with their wide open arms. Until we meet again my dear heart, fly high, ride free & keep them all in line . You will be remembered with laughter & love ❤️

    Kelley says:

    I loved talking to you last week.

    Kelley says:

    Heather…..Angela and I loved you and your Momma.
    Love and kisses forever.
    Kelley and Angela fulton.
    AUNT vonnies neices.

    Karen Roebuck says:

    Cheryl, you were an amazing light in this dark world. Thank you for the laughter and joy you brought to all who knew you.

    Our world is a little dimmer with out your smile and snicker, your light and the light of Jesus that shone in through you.

    However, our hearts will remain full because of your love, and our memories.

    We love you, and your name and life will forever be in our lips and in our hearts.

    Thank you sister for loving me and my family.

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