Carrie Anne Davis

October 29, 1971 - June 28, 2015
Carrie Anne Davis

Carrie Anne Foxbower Davis, 43 of Wilmington passed away Sunday, June 28, 2015 at the Lower Cape Fear Hospice and Life Care Center.

Carrie is survived by her parents, Jerry and Linda Todd Foxbower; a daughter, Ashley Quinlin Davis and a son, William “Billy” Joseph Foxbower; one sister, Karen Elizabeth King; grandparents, James Levin Todd and Florie Mintz Todd; one niece, Brooke Anastacia King; maternal aunts and uncles, Jane Suits and husband Jack, Joy Todd Hackney and husband John, Sheryl Todd Simmons and husband Jay; paternal aunts and uncles, Larry William Foxbower and wife Candice, Laura Foxbower Helton and Walter Estell, Linda Foxbower Williams and husband David, Leslie Earl Fowbower and Loren Lee Foxbower.

A memorial service will be Thursday, July 2, 2015 at the Wilmington Funeral Chapel at 2:00 PM.

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  • July 09, 2015
    Julie says:
    Dear family, I am in shock over the sad news of Carrie having been sick and having passed away . We had not been in touch for quite some time but I always prayed for her . Carrie used to call me ''My Julie'' which always made me feel special as I had the pleasure of sponsoring her for quite some time.She also managed the recovery house that I directed a few years ago. Please know that I am showering all of you with prayer. Sincerely, Julie

  • June 30, 2015
    J. Harker says:
    Sorry to hear about Carrie. God rest her soul.

  • August 04, 2015
    Audrey Robbins says:
    I am so sorry to hear of Carrie's illness and passing. We attended WCA together and I have a lot of fond memories of her. In my heart, she is still 8 years old and on a swing. I regret that we lost touch. She was always a sweet friend.