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Kylee “Ky” Jean Davison

Kylee “Ky” Jean Davison, age 20, of Kirbyville, Missouri.

Kylee “Ky” Jean Davison, age 20, of Kirbyville, Missouri, passed away unexpectedly on March 22, 2024. She entered this life on October 14, 2003, in Branson, Missouri, the daughter of Richard and Justina (Byford) Davison. Kylee was preceded in death by her grandpa, Robbie Davison.

Kylee Jean was the most headstrong, stubborn, fun-loving, strikingly beautiful individual you’d ever meet in your lifetime. She spent her early years playing softball. After graduating from high school, Kylee pursued her passion in beauty by attending the Academy of Hair and Nails. She was an ambitious soul and busybody who adored hanging with all her family. Some of the activities they would do were shopping, movies, hiking, and going to the park.

Kylee’s biggest accomplishment in life was her little family. She loved her fiancé, Braedon and daughter, Delilah Jean “Yaya” with all her heart. Kylee was proud of what she had created and was the best mommy she could be. She was loved very much and will be incredibly missed. Rest easy, beautiful girl, until we meet again.

Kylee is survived by her fiancé, Braedon Garris of Kirbyville, Missouri; daughter, Delilah Jean Garris of Kirbyville, Missouri; parents: Ricky and Justina Davison of Kirbyville, Missouri; two brothers: Kage (Kasey Brown) Davison of Branson, Missouri, and Denim Davison of Kirbyville, Missouri; and sister, Kady Davison of Kirbyville, Missouri. She is also survived by four cousins: Korynn, Cailen, Kiera, and Rayden; grandparents: Rick and Sissey, Larry and Hope, and Carol; three aunts: Barbara (Tony), Jennifer, Patience; and three uncles: Kevin, Shawn, and John.

Funeral visitation will be held from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Friday, March 29, 2024, at Stonegate Glass Chapel, 11027 MO-176, Walnut Shade, Missouri, with service to follow at noon. Interment will be held at Schupbach Cemetery in Chestnutridge, Missouri, following the service. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to her family. Services and burial are under the direction of Cremations of the Ozarks. To leave an online condolence or memory, please visit

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