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Bryan Scott Davis

August 11, 1983 - April 20, 2022

Bryan Scott Davis, 38 of Lynchburg died Wednesday, April 20, 2022.

Bryan was born in Lynchburg on August 11, 1983, a son of Glenn Allen Davis and Clara Christine Orange Davis. He was employed with Allied Security for many years.

In addition to his parents, he is survived by his aunts, Sandra Wrenn, Janice Branham, and Melinda Crouch; a uncle, Tom Orange; a sister, Meghan Huffman; a nephew, Devin Lee Huffman; a niece, Autumn Victoria Nelson; and his grandmother, Earna Rachel Orange.

A celebration of life service will be held Monday, April 25, 2022, at 6:00 p.m. in the chapel of Tharp Funeral Home, Lynchburg with Rev. Bill Mitchell officiating.

Tharp Funeral Home & Crematory, Lynchburg, is assisting the family.


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Posted by Dustin Marlowe on April 25, 2022

We use to wait at the bus stop together in Elementary and Middle school. Cutting up on the bus, side by side, was a highlight of my day. I didn't and still don't feel comfortable talking to most people, yet i was calm beside you. I'll never forget how much you cared. Keeping me from mindlessly wandering out in traffic, sharing your raiders jacket when it was cold, trying to talk sense into me about my poor choices in always looked out for me. I still think of you more than you'd think. I wish we could've hung out just one more time my old friend. I'm so sorry this world has lost such a sweet soul.

Posted by Crystal Wright on April 23, 2022

You were always such a kind and sweet soul. Gone so soon. Prayers for your family. RIP Bryan.

Posted by Barbara Stump Smith on April 22, 2022

“B”; I’ll always remember working with you , getting up at the ass crack of dawn to do J. Crew inspections. Loved it when customers thought you were my son. Rest easy Bryan, I’ll always hold a soft spot in my heart for you. Raiders.

Posted by Tracey Steiner on April 22, 2022

I’ll always will remember your quick Witt, snappy comebacks, and kindness. The random song playing and funny sayings. I’ll remember the time you were mistaken as as a burglar and the time you didn’t laugh at me when I got scared in the kids escape room. May you Rest In Peace and be a bright star in the heavens. With loving memories, Peaches.

Posted by Anonymous on April 22, 2022

You were the youngest of my cousins, the last of the Davis namesake and a sweet friend. All the plans we made for August, how can I do them without you? I will miss our football rivalry. I will miss our talks encouraging one another. I miss you..... love your BIG cuz

Posted by Victoria Heath on April 22, 2022

The news of your passing has been so very heartbreaking and such a shock. Bill & I have no words. Your quick wit, sense of humor, and kind soul will sorely be missed.

Posted by Carie Burns on April 22, 2022

Bubba you will be surely missed I remember all the weekends you Megan, Nikki,Michael, Terry,and April spent with Aunt Gina and I she loved those weekends lots of comedy the entire stay . RIP nephew until we meet again

Posted by Michael Campbell.Sr on April 21, 2022

Bubba sure going to miss you but I know you are in a better place than I no more pain no more suffering, remember all the times you Megan , April, Terry,Michael and Nikki would spend the weekends together always laughter and silliness Aunt Gina loved it and we both loved you so much , RIP Bubba until we meet again🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻

Posted by Michael Campbell,Sr on April 21, 2022

Bryan was such a kind soul and brilliant in his knowledge of the security systems he installed and maintained in my home. I will miss him and I pray for comfort and peace for all who love Brian. 🙏❤️🙏 Rest well in Jesus, Bryan. ✝️

Posted by Anonymous on April 21, 2022

You were my best friend and the only one who knows all my secrets, good and bad. You loved me when I didn't love myself. There will never be another man as pure hearted and sweet as you. I don't know how I'm going to make it without you. I love you, my baby brother. I wish you were here..

Posted by Meghan D Huffman on April 21, 2022

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