Stephanie  Davies
Stephanie Davies passed unexpectedly on August 20, 2019. Born in Mesa, Arizona on April 6, 1987, she lived in Ahwatukee all of her life. She attended Kyrene De Las Lomas , Centennial Middle School and Mountain Pointe High School before moving on to South Mountain Community College. She was an avid volleyball player in Middle School, High School and College. Her love of the game presented her with the opportunity to coach club volleyball and instill in young girls the fundamentals of the game. While in High School, she worked for TDC Interiors in Tempe, AZ and then Arizona Tile, where her artistic talents flourished. At the time of her passing, she was employed by Preferred Homecare in Phoenix, AZ, and had elevated from an entry level position in 7 years to the capacity of Patient Services Manager. She is preceded in death by her daughter, Sage Rios, grandfather, Clinton Davies and uncles, Ed Slavens and David Davies. She is survived by her husband, Christopher Rios and young son, Gage Rios, parents, Duane and Diana Davies, in-laws, Rose and Julio Rios, sisters, Jennifer Becker (Charles), and Carly Davies, grandparents, Richard and Beverly Woodhead, Danny and Debra Anderson, Harlan Slavens and Elaine Davies, aunt, Teresa Schutte (Steve), uncle, Danny Anderson, Jr., nieces, Keagan McKellips, Madisyn Becker, Ashley Becker, nephews, Mason McKellips, Aaron Becker and Adam Becker. Stephanie's Celebration of Life Memorial Service will be held Saturday, September 14, 2019 at 1:30 p.m. Mountain View Lutheran Church, 11002 S. 48th St., Phoenix, Arizona 85044 In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to St. Jude's Children Hospital in the name of Stephanie Davies Rios.
Published on September 4, 2019


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Chastity Calderon
Oct 15, 2019
Stephanie, was the leader of our work family she made each day fun, full of laughs and smiles. Her leadership inspired ours and her encouragement drove us to crush productivity goals and break all the obstacles that stood in our way. Your presence and Monday morning updates on all funny things your little boy did over the weekend is deeply missed. Fly free
The Betlach family
Sep 14, 2019
Stephanie was a beautiful young lady who babysat our children when she was just a teenager. Her spirit was so beautiful and kind, always. She was a natural caregiver and such a great role model to our children. We are so sorry for all the families during this time.
Mickey Palubeskie
Sep 14, 2019
My heart and love goes out to the will certainly be were an angel on earth and now in Heaven...
Chris Moore
Sep 05, 2019
Stephanie, was a dear friend and co worker! Stephanie and I work closely on many projects at work. She was worked hard and was just a pleasure to be around. I will miss our afternoon conversations! She adored her family! We had so many laughs! She was just an amazing person and friend! She will be so missed! Its hard to work a day without her, some days she was my relief from chaos because she was such a happy person! Stephanie you will always be apart of our success at work and you will never be forgotten!
Amberle Sanders
Sep 05, 2019
My mind goes to this quote/song lyric.

Ill be seeing you in all the old familiar places that this heart of mine embraces all day through.

May Stephanie continue to live on in the hearts, minds, and lives of those she loved and those who loved her. No time with a loved one is ever enough but may your hearts be fill and full with memories that cannot be erased.

Prayers Blessings and Respect.