3/29/1980 ~ 6/17/2023
Jeremy Lavay Davis, 43 years old past away, June 17, 2023, died by suicide. He loved sports and when he was younger he played on many teams. In high school he played on the school hockey teams. Then when he was out of school several friends, family and neighbors formed their own team. He was really good at hockey and enjoyed it a lot. The group started their own roller blade team, he loved playing and two family members were on the team also.
He graduated from Jordan High School, and then went to college at Arizona State College. He loved college and he was taking Audio Engineering for a degree. When he got home he started playing at parties, weddings and clubs. In the clubs he went by the name of DJ Jeremy Lavay. Not too long after high school he met the love of his life, Cassie Bird. She passed away 5 years ago of pancreatitis. They were together for nine and a half years and had one child Taylee Lavay Davis. Jeremy worked 15 plus years in the grocery business and a disastrous clean up and restoration company, he loved that job a lot. Jeremy loved working in the yard, making things out of wood, hiking & biking. He also loved to read. He just loved life. A special thanks to Rasmussen Mortuary for their kindness and help. A special thanks to Cody & Alleissia Holder, Jeremy’s nephew and wife. They have done so much for us and for their support.
Jeremy is survived by parents Carolyn Thompson Davis & Daren Lavay Davis, Mt. Pleasant, UT; siblings, Janet Mae Davis Holder, Sandy, UT; Daren Jonathan Davis, Ogden, UT; Vincent & Cindy Davis, Arizona; Aaron Raymond Davis, Sandy, UT; many nieces & nephews, Jeremy loved all of them so much. Preceded in death by his wife, sister, Cindy Ann Davis who passed away at 17 months of a rare liver disease; grandparents Raymond & Dorothy Nielsen Thompson; grandparents Clearance & Lilly Kartcher Davis.
Later in his life Jeremy suffered from Deep, Deep depression. He saw doctors but never improved. He just hit a point where his mind could not take any more. Jeremy had a hard time with too much pressure on him and where some people can get through it, he hit his breaking point. He was a good son, he always was doing something to help us around the house. We will always remember you daily. So let God take you by the hand and take you to a place where your turmoil will end and you will have family there to welcome you, and will be happy once again.
Till we see you again Son, we love you dearly.
Mom and Dad