Amy Michele Davis

May 4, 1994 - October 20, 2021 Kennett Square, PA | Age 27

Miss Amy Michele Davis, age 27, of Kennett Square, passed away on October 20, 2021 at the Christiana Hospital. Born on May 4, 1994 in West Chester, she was the daughter of Thomas P. and Patricia J. (Kohl) Davis of Kennett Square.

Amy graduated from Kennett High School in the class of 2012. Following high school, she trained to become an equine massage therapist and started a business called Trilogy Equine Massage. She later trained and became a Licensed Massage Therapist, specializing in Myofascial Release Therapy, allowing her to help both horses and people. Amy loved taking care of her horses and was an accomplished rider, but her main hope was always to help people, and she realized that goal when she began working with Hands on Therapy and Delaware Myofascial Release. In her long desire and hope of helping people, her final step was to become an organ donor.

Surviving in addition to her parents are her two grandmothers, Alice Davis and Dorothy Kohl, many extended family members, as well as her beloved horses, Party Boy and Corey (AKA Cordially Yours) and her greatly loved canine Maikoh. Amy is preceded in death by her grandfathers, Thomas A. Davis and John M. Kohl.

Friends will be received on Thursday, October 28, 2021 from 5 to 7 PM at the Kuzo Funeral Home, 250 W. State St., Kennett Square, PA 19348. A Mass of Christian Burial will be offered on Friday, October 29, 2021 at 11 AM at St. Patrick Church, 212 Meredith St., Kennett Square, PA 19348. The interment will follow at St. Patrick Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made in Amy’s name to the Transplant Foundation – Gift of Life Donor Program, 401 N. 3rd St., Philadelphia, PA 19123, or online at

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October 28, 2021 5 PM - 7 PM Kuzo Funeral Home
250 W. State St.
Kennett Square, PA 19348

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October 29, 2021 11 AM St. Patrick Church
212 Meredith St.
Kennett Square, PA 19348


  1. Her father chose the name Amy because it means “beloved”, or “dearly loved”. It is derived from the Latin word amare meaning “to love”.
    And Amy was dearly loved. From the moment she arrived on this earth, until after her departure, she has been cherished by many.
    All humans wonder about the reason for our earthly existence. Most of us understand that this lifetime represents a season for us to learn and grow. At this later stage of my own life, I have come to understand that the lesson we are sent here to learn, is how to love.
    Jesus has instructed that the greatest of all the commandments is love (Matthew 22:36-40).
    It is our job to struggle to approximate the Agape love exemplified by Christ and God Himself.
    I think that Amy came as close to achieving this type of pure love as well and better than any other person I have known. She was sweetness and kindness and joy and acceptance and love of others personified. Both the animal and human kingdoms were recipients of her love. Even after her death, her final wish was to manifest her love of others through her gift of organ donation.
    Our hearts are broken by our loss of you, dear Amy, but we know that we will see you again soon.
    Love always, Aunt Sharon

    Sharon Heath | November 18, 2021 at 2:00 PM
  2. Aunt P.J. and Uncle Tom,

    Part of my mind still screams in denial every time I think about this horrific tragedy, I am having trouble even writing this. What I want remembered is that she was 100% loved by everyone, family and friends alike. She was such a beautiful, sweet, kind soul that radiated love and light to all around her. All who knew her were better because of it. She always has been and always will be our baby angel. I fully believe that she is still with us and will continue to spread her love and light as a true angel now. I love you both very much and will always be here for you. Steve, Erin and I send you all of our love and prayers.

    Love, Karen & Steve

    Karen Gillespie | October 31, 2021 at 2:46 PM
  3. To my sweetest Amy,

    I’ve waited this long because I still don’t know what to say. You are my older sister. You’ve taught and influenced me so much over my life- from the emo phases, Tokyo Hotel [you all need to google this band and their song Ready, Set, Go so I can embarrass her one more time (‘:], to the Lauren Conrad books on self care and generally exemplifying beauty and grace. Gutted doesn’t really capture what I’m feeling, but you STILL helped so many people and your contribution will go so much farther than that one day. I couldn’t be more proud that you saved others. Your generous gift gave those families something so dear, and I will always be thankful that your helping hand will live on through them. Though my heart is broken, I can still smile through the tears knowing how incredible you are and that the mark you left on this world is one of kindness and generosity. Your spirit and liveliness will live on through others, literally and figuratively. For showing me what it means to be truly selfless, you will forever be my idol.

    Aunt PJ and Uncle Tom,
    Thank you for giving me the gift of Amy. She was more of an older sister to me than my cousin. From our days in disney costumes to the days in crazy makeup, every moment spent with her will be cherished for the rest of my life. I wish I could take all of your pain away. I know there’s not much to make anything hurt any less but I love you two with my whole heart. My heart is heavy imagining the pain you must be in. I know that Amy will be with you while you heal. I know if she could help it, she would never see you two suffer like this. You guys were so deeply important to her so I know she will be with you and watching you, lifting you up when days get too tough. I will forever be thankful for Amy and for you, PJ and Tom. Thank you for being such a huge part of my life and for being such incredible parents. She was and is loved deeply, and has been for her whole life. I am grateful she had your support and the support of so many amazing friends. If there comes a time where I’m able to do help in any way, you won’t even have to call. Until then, know all of your family is sending you strength and love.

    I pray for Amy to rest in peace, and I pray for PJ, Tom, her family and loved ones- for some peace in our hearts and minds. She is one strong woman and wanted everyone around her to be happy and having fun. She lit up every room she walked into and she still lights up my heart when I think about the time we’ve spent together. Losing Amy is worse than losing the rain, but she’s touched all of our lives so deeply in so many positive ways.
    Rest easy, Amy. I love you so much.

    Erin Gillespie | October 30, 2021 at 11:25 AM
  4. My condolences for Amy’s family and friends, including her animals. I was privileged to experience her myofascial release therapy this year, and will remember her insight, impact, and presence. It was always a delight to interact with her. She is such a bright, gifted healer, and surely shines even brighter now.

    Lorraine Peterson | October 29, 2021 at 10:15 PM
  5. Dear Amy, we shared a love of the beach, a good French Brie and surrounding ourselves with dogs, cats and horses. I will miss you, and will hold your parents in the Light. Heaven gained a beautiful star, and the world will seem dimmer without your presence. Give Cashew a hug, and Danner a pat. Until we meet again . . . I will hold you in my heart.
    Moria Wikstrom-Fischer & Eric Fischer

    Moria Wikstrom-Fischer | October 29, 2021 at 3:24 PM
  6. Dearest Amy. I’m going to miss your sweet smile and sparkling eyes, your love of life and kind and giving spirit. Your Uncle Rich and I will forever love and miss you sweet girl. Tom and PJ both Rich and I love you both so very much. We both admire your strength through all of this. We’re here for you both.

    Uncle Rich and Aunt Jeanette | October 28, 2021 at 2:22 PM
  7. I can’t begin to say how devastated and heartbroken I am. Amy was the one who helped me get back into riding after so many years. We became close friends. We shared so many good times together.
    Amy helped many others besides myself in so many ways. She was always there with an encouraging word for others.
    Godspeed, Amy. You will be so sorely missed. There’s a bright new star in heaven now.

    Candie Ward | October 28, 2021 at 10:31 AM
  8. Tom & PJ,
    We are so deeply sorry for Amy’s passing from her earthly life. We cherish the times we got to know Amy, and are so heartbroken that she is no longer with us. We fondly remember her sweet loving ways, her joy for life, and kindness to others. Her beautiful smile is etched in our memory. We know that abundant love for her will never fade. Our love to you, Jim & Steph

    Jim & Steph | October 27, 2021 at 1:29 PM
  9. Such a precious young lady. I had the blessing of meeting her at Fox Chase. My deepest condolences to her parents, family, friends and her beloved horses. May she continue her riding dreams in heaven. And, May God provide Amy w/the most “Angelic Horse.”

    Norma Ortiz | October 27, 2021 at 10:04 AM
  10. Uncle Tom and Aunt PJ,
    I am so sorry for your loss. You have been in my prayers continuously. I remember the vacations to the Delaware beach that we went on together and how much fun we had. Amy was a kind and beautiful person and she will be missed.

    Katie Kleinert | October 27, 2021 at 8:49 AM
  11. Uncle Tom and Aunt PJ,
    I love y’all so much and you have definitely been in my prayers over the last month. It’s been a while since it’s definitely been a while since I got to speak with Amy, but I’ll never forget our trips to the beach house in Delaware. I’m positive that she’s having a blast exploring heaven. I miss y’all and will continue to pray that God comforts you.

    Bradley Kleinert | October 27, 2021 at 1:07 AM
  12. Dear Tom and PJ,
    Our hearts are broken knowing that you are experiencing the pain of losing Amy. Her spirit will be with you until you rejoin her in heaven. We will pray that you will find peace in God’s plan for Amy. Our deepest condolences to you both.
    Love, Cousin Karen and Joe

    Karen Pepe | October 26, 2021 at 9:29 PM
  13. Aunt PJ, Uncle Tom,
    Words cannot express the depth of our sadness. We are so very sorry for your loss! We love you so much and have loved Amy her whole life. She was two years old at our wedding, so sweet and innocent! We have so many memories of family vacations at the beach in Delaware, all of our babies playing from sunrise to sunset. Amy grew into a beautiful young lady inside and out; we know you must be so proud of her. Moreover, to culminate that beautiful life in the selfless act of organ donation is rare and beautiful gift that so few people give or receive. Amy was a courageous and selfless person. You have our utmost respect for the ability to consider the needs of others while dealing with your own shock and grief. We are so very sorry that we cannot be there for the services. You both are constantly in our thoughts and prayers and we hope to visit you very soon.

    All of our Love,
    Tom & Christina Kleinert’

    Christina L Kleinert | October 26, 2021 at 7:48 PM
  14. Dear Tom & Pat…you are in our thoughts & prayers, dear friend. Your daughter, Amy was beautiful young woman with a loving & caring heart for her parents & others. May you fell God’s Presence, Peace & Love during this difficult time. Just know we are praying for you. Blessings, Jan, Joe, John & Ethel Hunter

    Jan Hunter Codichini | October 26, 2021 at 10:46 AM
  15. Dearest Tom and Patricia Davis, My God, your community, and your loving families be ready to hold and provide you care, grace, love and support forever. I am so very sorry that your beautiful daughter Amy passed away. Thinking of you both and praying for you

    Tonya Lobb | October 26, 2021 at 9:07 AM
  16. The world lost such a beautiful person when Amy left us last week. I’m honored and blessed to have had Amy in my life as I did.
    Godspeed, Amy. You will be so sorely missed.

    Candie | October 25, 2021 at 9:52 PM
  17. We are so deeply saddened by the loss of beautiful Amy. Please know we will continue to pray for you to find strength and peace during this most difficult time.
    Kelley, Craig, Collin, and Katey Mason

    Kelley Mason | October 25, 2021 at 8:26 PM
  18. Dear Tom and Pat I’m so sorry to hear your precious daughter Amy has passed. Our deepest condolences to you both. God has gained another Angel. Sending prayers, love and comfort to you both.

    Wanda Himelright | October 25, 2021 at 7:07 PM
  19. I will always remember Amy as that sweet and beautiful little girl I used to play “freeze” with when she was so young.
    I love you Amy and I will miss you, but I know we will meet again in Heaven!

    With a whole lot of love,
    Uncle Chuck

    Chuck Davis | October 25, 2021 at 6:41 PM
  20. Dear Tom and PJ,
    Amy was a lovely young lady who always gave a smile and friendly wave while driving into
    The neighborhood.
    We also remember Amy and Easter egg hunts
    From the past along with happy young girls playing, and laughing in our neighbors yards.
    Amy will be missed as we cherished that she was with us and loved her presence.
    Ed, Jean and James Sarno and family💛

    Regina Sarno | October 25, 2021 at 6:35 PM
  21. Amy inspired my daughter with her riding style and grace and her true love for her horses. She always looked so polished and made an effort to share a kind word with Maggie and encouragement to chase her goals. The world has lost a bright light and caring heart. My deepest condolences to Amy’s family and friends.

    Kelly Glynn | October 25, 2021 at 6:22 PM

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