A Time to be Born
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Lucille Davis Nall was born to the late Glover W. Davis and Annie Washington Davis on November 6, 1952 in Eutawville, SC.
A Time to Die
On October 19, 2020 at White Plains Hospital in White Plains, NY, God saw the road was getting rough and the hills were hard to climb, so He called her home. She closed her eyes and slipped into the Loving Arms of Jesus where true peace and rest always abide.
A Time to Learn
Lucille grew up in Eutawville and received her early education in Eutawville Elementary School and Roberts High School in Holly Hill, SC. She relocated to White Plains, NY to join her older siblings and continued her education at Empire State College, earning a BS in Business Management & Economics.
A Time to Sow
She was a Staff Manager at AT&T where she worked for 19 years. After an early retirement, she started a
second career as a Tax Consultant with her oldest brother Glover at Davis & Rosenbaum Tax and Financial Services. She was lately employed by Denise M. Knight & Associates.
A Time to Serve
At an early age, Lucille accepted Jesus Christ as her Lord and Savior. She joined Live Oak AME Church in Vance, SC. After moving to NY, she joined Mount Hope AME Zion Church in White Plains, NY where she served faithfully until her passing. Lucille was a very active member, involved in many organizations. She was a class leader of Class #7, a member and secretary of the Vision Choir, substitute teacher and secretary of Sunday Church School department, co-chair of Summer on the Hill Enrichment program. She served in many chair positions within the AME Zion Christian Education department, volunteered in many outreach
ministries and initiated the Friday Night Prayer Calls for Mt Hope during the time of covid-19.
Lucille was a Counselor/Technical Support person with Earth Angels since 2015—Earth Angels is a ministry which serves people with various issues such as: incarceration, domestic violence, homelessness, legal issues, youth counseling and much more. She served faithfully with total dedication to any assignment given. Many assignments would take you out of your “comfort zone”, with Lucille, there was no “comfort zone” - she would say, “We are doing GOD’s work. Lucille shared the position of Lead Coordinator for the LUV team, an event planning company that developed out of Earth Angels. Lucille served the community well. “No” was never in her vocabulary!
A Time to Say Goodbye
Lucille leaves to mourn one son, Daryl S. Davis, one daughter, Mia Nall, seven grandchildren, Daryl Davis Jr., Devun Davis, Christopher, Christian, Carter, and Candice Bradley and Revolution, three sisters, Lois D. Reed,
Gloria Harper, Laura Davis, one brother, Stephen (Annie) Davis, a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. She was preceded in death by her parents, Glover and Annie Davis and her brother, Glover W. Davis (Jr).
ATTENTION: During this COVID-19 crisis, as we slowly begin to phase back into small capacity public visitations/services, we need your help in limiting and controlling the number of people inside the church AND cemetery. WE HAVE DETAILED INSTRUCTIONS FOR HER SERVICES THIS WEDNESDAY 10/28 - PLEASE READ IN DETAIL BELOW BEFORE EVEN ATTEMPTING TO ATTEND ANYTHING PLEASE! Thank you so kindly!
Services will be held on Wed., 10/28, Wake at 11:30AM; Funeral at 12noon, with limited seating due to COVID restrictions. Because of the very low amount of people allowed, SERVICES are therefore PRIVATE by INVITE ONLY with guaranteed seating/entry only for those explicitly invited by the family to attend the services at the church & burial at Kensico. But there is a PUBLIC ZOOM of the service for all to see from anywhere at that time Wed.
(https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89084402443?pwd=OHdMcUNDekZKT2dCV3hrbTJYUW9FQT09 Meeting ID: 890 8440 2443 Passcode: 914336) - direct link to click on ZOOM is herein (on Photos/Videos tab above from desktop or below under Webcasting from cellphone; OR CALL in to phone # 1-646-558-8656, with same Meeting ID & Passcode above). If you're able to enter/be seated, social distancing MUST be maintained inside & outside at ALL times (NO touching/hugging/handshaking, ONLY elbow bumping briefly if at all). There is strict social distancing the church has in place that must be followed as they specify. And there will not be access to all areas of the church. So please plan accordingly & please carefully follow all directions given on the day of services. If instructed, PLEASE KINDLY RESPECTFULLY leave the building & premises if the church is at their restricted capacity. PLEASE KINDLY RESPECTFULLY follow & abide by the directions of the funeral home staff, church and/or cemetery personnel at all times. We Thank You in advance for following directions & NYS law, so as to make all go smoothly the day of the services, to eliminate further burden on the family, and to maintain the health & safety of All. Any questions, or if any clarity is needed, please call ahead to the funeral home and/or church, and/or speak to us from a safe distance if present/in person. We All appreciate you all for respecting & following any/all policies & laws if you're invited to attend this Wed. Thank you so kindly!
You MUST wear a mask in the church at all times. You must use hand sanitizer upon entering the church, & possibly have your temperature taken. The church requires you sign in as being in attendance in their facility, as well as the family will additionally have you sign in for their own record. You are encouraged to please bring & use your own pen for signing all. If you know you have a coronovirus/COVID-19; are sick/experiencing symptoms of coronovirus/COVID-19; are immuno-compromised, have health/other conditions that make your body more susceptible to illness, are under an imposed or advised quarantine, and/or are visiting from a state that requires you to quarantine upon entering NY for a designated amount of time before going out in public and you have not gotten an exemption, please do NOT attend any services nor come to the church nor cemetery. Any questions, or if any clarity is needed, please call ahead to the funeral home and/or speak to us from a safe distance at the services. Please follow & abide by the directions of any/all the church workers and/or the funeral home staff/personnel at all times, for the health & safety of All, Thank you!
The Entire Staff of Lee's Funeral Home, LLC respects that the family of Lucille Davis Nall entrusted the care of their loved one to us, and that they value the level of service & attention our funeral home provides. We are honored, in turn, to provide comfort, assistance and service to the family of Lucille Davis Nall during their time of bereavement.
Please leave written and/or video condolences now herein on the Memory Wall to express your sorrow, share your memories, and as an expression of sympathy & way to communicate with/offer comfort to the family, that they and others may see, and may be a lasting tribute in her honor, whether you're able to attend or not. Definitely Please SIGN IN on the Memory Wall as a virtual way of signing the register book if not able to sign in person.
As a lasting tribute, you may choose to plant a tree, and/or send flowers, and/or In LIEU of flowers a contribution may be made in her name/memory/honor to Mt. Hope AME Zion Church - Christian Education Dept. at address below; and/or Earth Angels; and/or White Plains Greenburgh NAACP, P.O. Box 8286, White Plains, NY 10602. If you're sending flowers, they may be delivered either on Tues. Oct. 27th, 2020 by/before 6:00PM to Lee's Funeral Home, or Wed. Oct. 28th by/before 11:00AM latest, to the church. Thank you!