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Shannon Kay Davenport

February 7, 1966 — May 29, 2024

Indianapolis, Indiana

Shannon Kay Davenport (Blakely) 58 of Indianapolis, IN passed away surrounded by her daughters and Son in Laws in her home at Crossroads At Madison Park on May 29, 2024. Shannon was born February 7,1966 to John Blakely and Mary Singleton (Compton).
Shannon went to George Washington High School. Shannon was a stay-at-home mom, she helped so many people during her life, she was the type of person that would give you the shirt off her back. Shannon had the biggest heart, and she will be missed Indefinitely. Shannon is preceded in death by her, Mother Mary Singleton (Compton), sister Mary Ruth Blakely, Fathers John Blakely and John Singleton, Brother John (Bub) Blakely, Nephew John Nathan Blakely, Ex Husband/Best Friend Paul Davenport Jr., Mother-in-Law Sue Davenport, Significant/Best Friend Rose Gaskins (Rosie) and all of her beloved family members that have passed.  

Shannon is survived by her daughters, Crystal "Chrissy" (Allen) Davenport, Courtney "Court" (Austin) Davenport, grandson Grayson Wilson,
sisters, Kellie (Gordon) Singleton-Adams, Killy Blakely, Angel (Mark) Alfonso, brothers, Dennis Blakely, Tony Weddle, Chris Blakely, significant other, Claudia Griffith, Daughters she raised as her own, Piper Griffith, Brianna Bottema, Amber Gaskins, and Brooke Gaskins, along with many nieces and nephews, beloved family members and lifetime friends.

Dear Mom, 

Losing you is a pain that we cannot describe in words.

So, we cry and laugh and talk about all the memories that we had over the years with you. 

The loss of you will change our lives forever. Our mom was our best friend and Mother, we loved her so much.

We are so glad we got to spend so much time with her over the years. 

Shannon wasn't just a mother; she was also a grandmother. She loved Grayson so much that was her boy. When she had him, she would play with him love on him she would do anything with him. When she got sick, she really enjoyed being around him. He was the only person that could get her to laugh, smile and play with him. 

Shannon was also a person who had her ups and downs. She made a lot of people mad at her but hey she had a special talent for that. She would help so many people in her life, the good ones and the bad ones. She had a good heart and we all loved her for that.  

Shannon had her crazy times. She partied, had a lot of fun and enjoyed life. She even let us party a lot. She cared about us being safe, so she wanted us to do it at the house. Shannon had a full life; she was loved and cared about by her friends and family.

Mom, you are forever in our hearts. We miss you so much and loving you is timeless. You watched us take our first breath and we held you as you took your last breath. I hope you are somewhere dancing in the sky. We love you so much mom. I hope you knew that. To order memorial trees or send flowers to the family in memory of Shannon Kay Davenport, please visit our flower store.

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