This GoFundMe is organized by a group of Carsyn’s friends. All proceeds from this fundraiser will go towards the Davis Family to help with medical expenses not covered by insurance. Any proceeds left over will help start a Memorial Fund in Carsyn’s name. The following is a statement from Carsyn’s mother.
Our precious baby girl, Carsyn Leigh Davis, went home to be with her Lord and savior on 6/23/2020 at 1:06 pm. We are incredibly saddened by her passing at this young age, but are comforted that she is pain free. Heaven gained an angel. Carsyn did not have an easy life. She fought health challenges from the age of 2, including cancer and a very rare autoimmune disorder. She endured years of treatment, doctor visits, specialists, and the effects of those treatments. She lost her dad at the age of 10. Yet, she survived it all, never complaining and never focusing on herself. Even through the ravages of Covid, fighting to breathe, she never once shed a tear, complained or expressed fear.
Carsyn was a God warrior, mentor, advisor, advocate, helper and friend to all who knew her. She regularly stood up for those who could not fight for themselves.
She was incredibly patriotic, organizing Christmas card writing for “Ten thousand For the Troops.” She bought cards and handed them out at every gathering, event and to classrooms at school. She wrote dozens of cards herself.
Carsyn was a member of the Cypress Lake varsity bowling team for 3 years, following in her brother’s footsteps. She loved the sport and was a member of the youth bowling league at Lightning Strikes.
She was a member of the Cypress Lake Vocal Department, following in the footsteps of her 3 older siblings. She loved being part of the choir.
Carsyn served as an aide to the special needs classroom. She understood very well what it was like to have special needs. She was a faithful volunteer for Special Olympics and the Be A Buddy program.
She was an avid photographer and loved her AP Photography class at school. She loved visiting her grandparents on Sanibel and taking pictures at the beach, at sunset.
Carsyn loved going to coin shows with her step dad and was a member of the Florida United Numismatists. She had recently completed her Barber half set.
In addition to attending classes at CLHS, Carsyn also took on line classes through Florida Virtual School. She was an honor student, achieving straight A’s on her last report card.
She was a devout Christian and follower of Jesus. She loved to volunteer. She was actively involved in Youth Church at First Assembly of God in Ft. Myers. She was involved with the Angel Tree ministry, buying and delivering gifts to underprivileged youth who had a parent serving time in prison. She also participated in the Operation Christmas Child program through Samaritan’s Purse, filling several Christmas boxes each year. Though she never wanted anything for herself, she was always making or buying gifts for others.
Carsyn deeply loved her family; her sisters and brother, grandparents, Mom and Step dad. She was always concerned about everyone else’s well-being and happiness. We will truly miss her, but look forward to seeing her in Heaven.
- Rebecca Guss
- CJ Shedd