Harvey Leonard Davis Jr.

December 31, 1965 – May 8, 2022

Harvey Leonard Davis Jr. was born in Norwalk, Ct on December 31st, 1965; New Years Eve to the proud parents of Nayda Young and Harvey Davis Sr. Harvey Jr. spent time in Vietnam; El Paso, Texas and St. Thomas, Virgin Islands. He grew up in San Francisco and attending Balboa High School. He eventually, moved to Santa Rosa, California where he has resided since.

Harvey truly cherished every moment of his life and had a love for family, friends, food, and The Dallas Cowboys. He had a passion for creating and he loved all dogs and cat. To know Harvey is to love him. He had a strong presence, hearty laugh, deep voice and a strong hug. He was the most loving and supportive man with a compassionate heart for all.

Harvey is survived by his 4 children: Sheavon Williams, Michelle Davis, Faith Davis, and Joseph Davis. Parents: Nayda Young and Harvey Davis Sr. 4 grandchildren: Eva McCray, Amire Fleming, Chase Aaron, and Zoey Jones. Sisters: Debra Young and Kathleen Davis. His Uncle David and a “gang” of nieces and nephews.

Harvey is proceeded in death by his grandmother, Ida Naomi Young; James Young; and great niece Stephanie “Rochon” Wilson.

Visitation service is on May 26th, 2022 at 10:00 a.m. following the funeral service at 11:00 a.m. at Eggen & Lance Chapel.

There are no events scheduled.

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4 replies
  1. Michael Chatham
    Michael Chatham says:

    My condolences to the Davis Family, I am sorry I was unable to attend today Harvey, I have some great memories of you friend. My gratitude for you being my homie for as long as you were, I thank you for that 👊🏽
    Michael Chatham

  2. Dominique Peace
    Dominique Peace says:

    We will missed you tremendously! You cherished life and the love ones in it. We cherished you , and we had a ball on borrowed time ! Love you uncle Harvey


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