Thursday, September 10, 2009


I am honored to be a part of his project again. Please be sure to visit Project 2,996 to read about so many others that lost their lives on September 11, 2001.


Ada Marie Davis was born on November 7, 1943. She was the oldest of ten children. She resided in Camp Springs, Maryland.

Ada Marie Davis worked in government service for thirty one years. First, as an Accounting Technician, and later, to full Accountant after successfully acquiring her Associates degree. She worked at the Pentagon under the Secretary of the Army, Resource Management, for over six years. so beautifully memorializes, “The meaning of extraordinary: an illustration of exuberance, the definition of strength, and a model of love . . . Ada Marie Davis was all of these, encompassing one incredible woman.

…… Ada Davis influenced the lives of many people. Her creativity, patience, strong will, determination, love for all, and jubilant vigor for life left its mark on everyone she encountered. Ada will forever be remembered for many things: a wife . . . a friend . . . a patriot . . . a leader . . . a godmother . . . a grandmother . . . a mother. With her legacy of love and compassion firmly embedded in the hearts of all she touched, Ada Davis moves on from this world. Her absence will be noted, her memory will be glorified, and her love shall endure.”

She leaves behind her loving husband, Nolton Jr.; four beautiful children, Zenovia, Yolanda, Rosslyn and Christopher; three admiring sisters, Christine, Sue and Georgia; three appreciative brothers, William, Norris and Philip; two adoring grandchildren, Brenden and Bethany; a son-in-law, John Cuyler; many aunts, uncles, cousins, nephews and nieces; and a myriad of friends and loved ones.

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