2022ObituariesCarlos Davenport

October 19, 2022by SealeUser13

May 17, 1984 ~ October 18, 2022

On October 18, 2022, Carlos Maurice “Los” Davenport unexpectedly passed away at 38 years of age in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.


Carlos was born May 17, 1984, in New Orleans, Louisiana. He grew up there with his parents, siblings, and a large extended family of aunts, uncles, and cousins who made him feel special. Carlos particularly valued the time spent with the older ones in his family. He learned many life lessons and shared many laughs with his aunts and uncles. Carlos, along with Lila and Brandon (his siblings), would affectionately call each other “Booger”. Music and food were a staple in the Davenport home. Carlos always carried two drumsticks everywhere and was always ready for impromptu performances. New Orleans, Creole-style cuisine was at the top of his favorite food list. Chinese food was a close second! He would cook for others and loved trying to master his mother’s recipes.


As a young child, he consistently expressed love for his Creator, Jehovah God. He was baptized as one of Jehovah’s Witnesses in 2002 at age 17. He continued to grow as a spiritual person. Over many years he enjoyed theocratic privileges such as volunteering in the community to share Bible truths, including in seldom worked territories. He found joy in helping with Kingdom Hall renovations and disaster relief. He served as an elder in the congregation and was known to be a loving and gentle shepherd. He was unselfish in his love, duty, and responsibilities. He was to attend his first Elder’s School in 2023.


On November 25, 2005, he married Kaci Buller, the love of his life and best friend. It was apparent to all how deeply he loved her. Together they loved traveling and experiencing new things like basking in the Smoky Mountain sunsets, swimming with dolphins, trying exotic cuisine, and making new memories with friends. They made a success of marriage by constantly encouraging each other, reaching out to meet spiritual goals, and keeping Jehovah in the forefront. The Buller family was ecstatic to have such a fine son-in-law.


On a personal note, Carlos was known for his intensely moving prayers, kind nature, and personableness. Our dear friend, brother, and confidant will be remembered indefinitely for his enveloping bear hugs, contagious smile, infectious laugh, and never-ending optimism. Carlos had an incomparable way of expressing himself. All who knew him can probably still hear him saying in a low, heavy whisper, “wo—ow” when he was amazed at something.


He also had other interests, which were secondary to his service to Jehovah. Carlos was self-taught in computer technologies and a hard-working businessperson. He worked on various endeavors, including building his own managed service provider company that remotely manages client IT infrastructure. During this 20-year-long career, Carlos was always forward-thinking. He was expecting to complete authoring a book on the subject this year.


Music was a provision from our Creator that Carlos thoroughly enjoyed. He felt music deeply in his soul. True to his New Orleans heritage, Carlos loved jazz. He played the drums and liked creating different beats in his spare time.


Carlos will be dearly missed but not forgotten by his loving wife, Kaci Davenport, his parents Karl Davenport, and Stephanie Turner Davenport; his siblings Lila (William) Clinton, and Brandon Davenport; and a host of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends. We all look forward to that day when Jehovah calls his name, and Carlos awakens to a beautiful paradise.




  • Anitra Boyd

    November 6, 2022 at 3:03 pm

    My deepest condolences. May Jehovah continue to comfort you and your family until his name is called to be awakened.
    Anitra Boyd
    Alaina Boyd


  • Troy L & Leketto Carr

    November 5, 2022 at 7:24 pm

    Please accept my deepest sympathy to the family. The pain, the grief, and the feeling of helplessness. We look forward to see him in a promised new world, when our heavenly father Jehovah will resurrect our beloved ones. Ps 94: 19 “you {JEHOVAH GOD} comforted and sooth me.” AGAPE!!!!


  • Neil & Sonya Burton

    October 25, 2022 at 3:20 pm

    We feel blessed to have had a chance to know and love Carlos and Kaci. What a Genuine couple!!!! Carlos was Genuine to the core he had a positive effect on everyone in the room. He had the ability to treat everyone like they ment something to him. A fine example of a loving Sheppard. We serve a God that can not lie!!!! Tears WILL BE done a way with. There WILL BE a Resurrection.


  • Beth Chauvin

    October 25, 2022 at 4:55 am

    Carlos was truly a remarkable man. I will miss hearing his beautiful heartfelt prayers. We could always tell he loved Jehovah just in the inflection of his voice in prayer. He was always so sincerely glad to see everyone he greeted. I remember the fish dish he made for us because he wanted to show appreciation for food Christian made for him. I think he wanted to share his cooking techniques and man! He knocked it out of the park. You made a beautiful couple and it was evident how much you both love Jehovah and one another. Everyday that passes is one day closer to his resurrection and he will be back in your arms. What a wonderful day that will be!!! I’m keeping you and the whole Davenport/Buller family as well as all of the friends who knew and loved him in my prayers. We will miss him and we love you so much. I hope Jehovah will give you comfort and endurance in this time.


  • Beverly Webster

    October 24, 2022 at 8:52 pm

    Kacie you have our condolences for your loss. We will miss him very much and we will keep you in our prayers. We all look forward to the resurrection hope. The Webster Family ❤️


  • Barbara Henry

    October 24, 2022 at 8:30 pm

    Kacie, We are so so sorry. You will be in our thoughts and prayers. Y’all were such a cute couple. I just found out. I am shocked. May Jehovah comfort you wrapping His loving arms around you and the family.
    Christian love to you. THE HENRY’S
    Barbara and Jr.😪❤


  • Judit Zombo

    October 24, 2022 at 3:21 pm

    Dear Kaci

    My heart is aching with you. I have also received many of the bear hugs the encouraging scriptures he shared with me on many occasions.
    I will think of Carlos often, and as Jehovah, will yearn along with you for his return.
    Isaiah 51:17
    “I I myself am the One that is comforting you people “
    Jehovah loves his children and soon Jesus Christ will awaken your beloved Carlos along with so many who have fallen asleep.
    May Our Heavenly Father wrap His loving and comforting arms around you and give peace and strength to await that most wondrous time. Love you so very much.


  • Cherie Arledge

    October 24, 2022 at 2:05 pm

    Kaci, I offer my deepest sympathy during this difficult time. Much love and many prayers are being sent your way. May our faith in Jehovah God and our hope in the future Paradise bring you comfort and hope to see the day when you and Carlos will see each other again in perfect health and peace. Revelation 21: 3 & 4
    With much Love,
    Cherie Arledge


  • Lisa Estade

    October 24, 2022 at 1:14 pm

    My love and prayers for each family member will be ongoing. May Jehovah continue to give holy spirit in abundance to all who lean on him. Psalm 34:18


  • Deloris Bryant

    October 23, 2022 at 10:40 pm

    Kaci, what can I say about Carlos that hasn’t been said already? Except, I thank Jehovah for allowing me,
    the wonderful privilege of coming to know and love such a loving and gentle Giant! We will miss him in the days ahead, but not for very long, because Jehovah is yearning to bring him back. Love you and I will keep you close in my mind and heart!! Your sister in faith, Deloris Bryant. ( Job 14: 15 )


  • Violet Gaspard

    October 23, 2022 at 5:51 pm

    Sounds like a person I would liked to know better, but thanks to our Heavenly Father I will get to know Carlos better. My love goes out to you Kaci, hope to see you soon.


  • Loretta and Rickey Celestine

    October 23, 2022 at 5:18 pm

    Our deepest sympathy, we were so sorry to hear of his lost and the lost feeling Kaci feeling for now, can’t imagine her pain and rest of the family.Soon we will see him again with that beautiful smile he had that’s whats I remember when first meeting him


  • Craig & Gayanne Carter - Gaylord, MI.

    October 23, 2022 at 4:42 pm

    We send our deepest love and sympathy to Kaci and the family. There is no doubt, Carlos will be back soon in Jehovah’s new world. He and Kaci have more work to do then. Gayanne and I want to enjoy his music and that cajun food he can make along with Norman and Joanne, our dear friends in the Truth. Carlos will rest now, but not for long. Again, our love to Kaci.


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