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In Memory of

Davina Evette Blake

March 7, 1972 - October 12, 2016

Obituary


Davina Evette Blake, aged 44, died peacefully on October 13, 2016 at home, after struggling with cancer. Davina was born March 7, 1972 in Renton, Washington, the daughter of Tish A. Grace and James Favors. Davina thoroughly loved traveling, real estate, dining and the outdoors. Family and friends were Davina's passion and delight. She enjoyed hosting family and friends at home over meals and engaging conversations about everything. She loved life and people equally. Her favorite saying was, "make memories-live now in the moment." Davina graduated from Auburn High School, Green River college with an...

Davina Evette Blake, aged 44, died peacefully on October 13, 2016 at home, after struggling with cancer. Davina was born March 7, 1972 in Renton, Washington, the daughter of Tish A. Grace and James Favors. Davina thoroughly loved traveling, real estate, dining and the outdoors. Family and friends were Davina's passion and delight. She enjoyed hosting family and friends at home over meals and engaging conversations about everything. She loved life and people equally. Her favorite saying was, "make memories-live now in the moment." Davina graduated from Auburn High School, Green River college with an A.A. Business degree and Maryhurst University with a B.S. degree in Real Estate Studies. She earned her Real Estate license and ability to read, write and speak Spanish. In 1998, Davina married William Blake, Jr., the love of her life. Davina worked in the federal government for 16+ years at the Federal Aviation Administration and General Services Administration. In addition to raising their three children she also launched a non-profit organization to unite people and volunteered as Ombudsman for senior citizen Home advocating for quality of life. She genuinely loved people wholeheartedly without exception. Davina was the tithing member of Christian Faith Center, and a Co-Pastored Valiant Living Christian Center to include active community volunteering.

Davina is survived by her husband Bill, daughters Jazzimnn and Moriah, son Samual, son-in-law Byran, nieces, nephews; and a number of other relatives and close friends.