Helen Dvis Obituary – Mrs. Helen Hutto Davis, 72, passed away on Friday, December 16, 2022. She attends the Baptist church that meets in Deep Creek and is a housewife as well. Deep Creek Baptist is the name of this congregation. She was born in Augusta, the state of Georgia’s capital in the United States. Before she passed away, her sister Eva Rose Bridges, brother George Bryant, and sister Linda “Jerri” Perez all died. Prior to her, her parents John Willie and Gladis Hutto had passed away.

Her brother was the owner of the surname George Bryant. Linda “Jerri” Perez and Eva Rose Bridges are the names of both of her sisters. Her carers were her parents. Prior to her own death, both of her children—her daughter Kristy Lariscy and her husband James E. Davis—died. Their demise was followed by hers when they both died. Her partner had already joined her in the afterlife before she died.

The church’s doors will remain open until the start of the funeral service, allowing visitors to pay their condolences and last respects beginning at one in the afternoon. The visiting will begin at one o’clock in the afternoon. On December 21, 2022, at 2:00 p.m., Deep Creek Freewill Baptist Church will host funeral services, which will be officiated by the Reverend Butch Taylor.

On the 21st, these services are expected to take place. As of right moment, no choice has been made about the day or time the services would be held. After the service is over, right away following its end, the burial will take place in the Bennett Family Cemetery. Visitors are asked to respect the family’s desire and dress comfortably and casually while they are there.

Her grandkids Colby Lariscy and Cara Bennett (Spenser) of Sylvania, her son and daughter-in-law Bucky Lariscy (Melissa) of Sylvania, her sister and brother-in-law Debbie Hutto McMillan (Ronnie) of Aiken, South Carolina, and other nieces and nephews also survive her. Bucky Lariscy, Colby Lariscy, Spenser Bennett, Paul McCord, Tony Davis, and Charles Smith will carry the casket during the funeral service. It has been determined that honorary pallbearers for the funeral service would be associate volunteers from Southeast Hospice. After deliberation, this choice was made.