Deborah Davis, of Columbus, Ohio, passed away peacefully surrounded by her loving children on June 21, 2020. She was born in Columbus to David and Sandra Michael.
Deborah was married to Richard Anthony “Tony” Gianvito in 1980. Soon to follow the two had three amazing children, and raised them in the lovely community of Westerville, Ohio. The couple started their own business, Cardos Pizza. Deborah was a stay at home mom, which allowed her to be very involved in her kids many sports and school activities.
Deborah was lucky enough to be blessed with a large family, filled with many loved ones who she cherished until the very end. She is preceded in death by her father David W. (Marilyn) Michael, step-father John E. Hinton, grandmother Florence (Erwin) Horwitz, and cousins Penelope and Tony Perrotta. Left to cherish her memory is mother Sandra L. (Steve) Thomas, former husband and friend Richard Anthony “Tony” Gianvito, daughter Sommer L. Gianvito, son Matthew Tyler Gianvito, son Jon-Michael Anthony Gianvito, grandson Jordan Dominic Rojas, granddaughter Shiloh Nichole Imer, sister Michelle (Marty) Haran of North Carolina, brother Christopher (Barbara) Michael of Florida, brother Todd Michael, sister-in-law Misty Lear, brother John E. Hinton Jr., sister Kim LaRochelle, nieces and nephews Cassandra (Jake) West, Joel (Caroline) West, Dylan Michael, Ashley Michael, Riley Michael, Andrew Michael, Megan Michael, Shannon (Wayne Gonzales) Evans, Tiffany (Michael Brewer) Evans, great-nieces and nephews, Evelyn West, Ally, Aubrey, and Adrianna Gonzales-Evans, Michael, and Dominic Brewer-Evans, cousins Tracy Perrotta-Virgilio, Peter Perrotta, Steven Perrotta, and second-cousins Tessa, Noah, Giavanna, and Sophia Virgilio all of Chicago, Illinois.
A memorial service will be held on July 12, 2020 at 2 pm, which would have been Deborah’s 60th birthday, at 2911 Cranston Dr. Dublin, Ohio, 43017. In lieu of flowers please consider donating to the James Cancer Hospital Solove Research Hospital at cancer.osu.edu for their continued efforts in cancer research.