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Kalia Davis Obituary, Buffalo Grove high school student, GoFundMe

Kalia Davis Obituary, Death – One of the last memories I will have of him is the night that my cousin and I went to Las Vegas for the very first time this year and rode zip lines together for the very first time this year in Las Vegas for the very first time this year. This will be one of the last recollections I have of him. This memory will stay firmly imbedded in my brain for the rest of my life. I am ecstatic to be able to report that on that particular evening, each and every one of us had a fantastic time together, and I want you to know how happy it makes me.

For the last 19 years, I have had the privilege of being able to call her a friend, and despite the passing of so much time, I will never forget all of the lovely moments we have spent with. Despite the passage of so much time, I have had the honor of being able to call her a friend for the past 19 years. I am going to miss her a great deal, and regardless of what happens, cuzzo, you will always have my devotion.

She is going to be sorely missed. I am going to miss her in a significant way. In the long run, I anticipate that I will feel a great deal of absence due to her absence. It is going to be really difficult for me to continue living my life without her presence in it. Rest eternally Kalia Davis. Please be aware that we will be forever thankful to anyone who is able to give to the GoFundMe account that was put up by her elder sister Ashley, who is also my cousin. This campaign was set up by my cousin Ashley.

My cousin Ashley is the one who created this website. It was her older sister who took the initiative to get things started. During this difficult time, we ask that you please keep our family in your thoughts and prayers, and we want to thank you in advance for complying with this request. Please bear in mind that we want to convey our gratitude to you in advance for doing so. click HERE to donate and share