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Ethel M. (Davis) Berryman
July 22, 1939 ~ November 24, 2023 (age 84) 84 Years Old
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Ethel was born on July 22, 1939 to the late Wade and Louise Davis in Goldsboro, North Carolina. She was educated at Anointed Zone Christian School. She worked at the YMCA for 13 years, as well as Home Health Aide.
Ethel was preceded in death by her parents; two brothers Wade Davis, JR and Floyd Tyrone Davis' two sisters Betty Davis and Rachel Boseman.
Ethel Leaves to cherish her wonderful and loving husband and best friend of 51 years, William Berryman of the home; daughter Theresa “Davis” Phillips of Georgia; one son William K. Davis of Atlantic City, New Jersey; three sisters Doretha Davis, Amy Christine Davis, both of Goldsboro, North Carolina and Dorothy Williamson of Grantham, North Carolina; eight grandkids, and a host of nieces and nephews; one special friend Pearlie Brown of Goldsboro, North Carolina. She has a very special and dedicated nephew whom she was close to, Lonnie (PJ) Davis of Goldsboro, North Carolina.
Our Beloved Sister
Sister, here you lay. I pray that you would stay.
You left us all in tears of love, joy and sadness. Your death shocked us so badly.
The joy in your heart and the warmth in your smile made us believe that you would always be around.
Now our sister here you lay, but your love will always be around with the ones you left behind.
Ethel, our sister, you will always be remembered because we have the joy from your heart and the warmth from your smile, so a part of you will always be around.
So may you walk with God, and rest in Peace because the love comes from us all.
Go ahead and walk with the Lord through those golden gates. Your love will never go away. God has called and picked his child.
“You had to leave us all, our sister Ethel. Go on and take your rest, we all love you, but God loves you the best.”