Davis Christian Flohr

April 28, 2019

CHARLOTTE -  Davis Christian Flohr, beloved son of Heather Bunting Pigg and Stephen Christian Flohr, while having thirteen short years of life, lived it to the fullest.  Born November 18th, 2005, Davis experienced numerous medical challenges but faced them with courage, determination and an infectious smile.  He spread love within his family, at school and play and wherever he went.  Davis possessed wisdom beyond his years, engaged easily with others and developed a huge group of friends, both, young and old.    

His favorite activities included soccer, basketball, skateboarding, water sports, University of Tennessee and Carolina Panthers football, choir and handbells at First Presbyterian Church, volunteer service for the homeless and hungry, and hanging out with his lifelong best friend, Kiernan. 

Davis passed from this world to the next on Sunday, April 28, 2019.  Because of all which he endured with an abundance of grace, strength and love in his heart, as well as the lessons he taught to people of all ages, Davis will remain a lasting inspiration to the many who knew him.

Davis leaves behind his parents Christian and Sarah Flohr and Heather and Gary Pigg, as well as his younger sisters Harper and Ellie, whom he adored. In addition to his parents, Davis is survived by his grandparents and a large extended family including Stephen and Judith Flohr; Pam Bunting; Glenn and Nedine Bunting; Larry and Carolyn Pigg; Mark and Michelle Sisler; Terry and Ginny Soll; David, Natalie, David Joseph and Caleb Bunting; Joseph, Tiffany, Taylor, and Avery Pigg; Todd, Suzanne, Rowan, and Olivia Flohr; Tim Flohr; Alex, Rebecca, Joey and Lucy Dowd, David and Gay Miller; Gary and Sandra Pickens;  Jeff, Marcy, Leigh, and Keller Hobart; Carolyn Bunting; Richard, Pam, and Nicholas Flohr; and countless other family and friends. 

A service to celebrate Davis’ life will be held at 10:00 AM on Saturday, May 4, 2019 at First Presbyterian Church.  The family will receive friends in the Wood Fellowship Hall following the memorial service.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to First Presbyterian Church 200 Trade St, Charlotte NC 28202- Attn: Davis Flohr Music Fund or Operation Smile 3641 Faculty Blvd Virginia Beach VA 23453.

Arrangements are in the care of Kenneth Poe Funeral & Cremation Service, 1321 Berkeley Ave., Charlotte, NC 28204; (704) 641-7606. Online condolences can be shared at www.kennethpoeservices.com.



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  • Woods Potts

    I am so very sorry for your loss and feeling your pain and grief in your son's death. I loved bumping into him at First Presbyterian and seeing his beautiful smile. Such a special young man. Sending lots of love your way. Woods Potts

  • Dr.Ernest Rider

    Davis Flohr: Lost to this world at age 13. A remakalbe young man born into the life of a remarkable family. We regret his transition into another world but continue to love the moments he spent with us helping each appreciate a life well lived and enjoyed. Bon Voyage Davis! Your presence here will always be with us as we struggle to accept the reality of your departure at such an important moment in your life and the life of your family. Thank You for being Davis Christian Flohr. One of God's thoughtful gifts to your family and to all mankind.
    Happy Trails Davis!
    Rose, Scarlet, Bonnie and Dr.Ernest Rider

  • Greg Goldsberry

    I was deeply sadden to hear the news about Davis’s passing. My heart felt condolences to you and your family.

    -Greg Goldsberry

  • Darcey Ladner

    Heather, you have been in my thoughts and on my heart since I first learned about Davis. My heart aches for you and there are no words. I found out in the middle of the night Tuesday and I woke the next day looking like I’d been upset... the boys asked what was wrong and I asked if they remembered Davis (because it had been years since they had all been together) right away, Henry said, “yes! The cool kid with three belly buttons!” I couldn’t help but laugh... he made the biggest and best impressions even on those who only knew him for a moment. I know God has him safely in his hand and I pray that you find comfort in knowing what a blessing you were for each other. I miss you, love you, and hope to see you soon ?

  • Jon and Missy Topham

    Christian, Heather, Harper and Family,
    Our hearts and prayers are with all of you during this difficult time. Words cannot express how deeply sorry we are for your loss. With only meeting Davis a few times, we loved his sweetness and the joy he brought to this world. Prayers that you always feel the Lord's comfort during these difficult times and prayers for healing. We love you!!
    Missy, Jon, Sam and Wes

  • Diane Maye

    I am struggling to find words to describe the deep sorrow I feel for your family in the loss of Davis. Having lost a son myself, I understand how such a tragedy will impact your lives. I wish I had known Davis, for so many have told me how delightful it was to be with him. What a tribute! May you find strength to face the coming days and trust that your tears will eventually become smiles when you think of him. With God’s help that surely will happen.
    Blessings and love to you.