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Fund set up for student who died of COVID-19 complications

By Staff | Jul 6, 2020


Carsyn Davis, a 17-year-old student at Cypress Lake High School, became the youngest person in Lee County to die from the coronavirus on June 23.

According to a GoFundMe page organized by her friend Ashley Walters, Carsyn was a member of the high school’s vocal department and bowling team.

In a statement attributed to her mother, Carsyn was also remembered as an honors student, an aide to the special needs classroom and a faithful volunteer for Special Olympics and the Be A Buddy program.

She was an avid photographer and loved her AP photography class at school. Carsyn loved visiting her grandparents on Sanibel and taking pictures at the beach at sunset. She loved going to coin shows with her stepfather and was a member of the Florida United Numismatists.

Carsyn was actively involved in youth church at the First Assembly of God in Fort Myers. She was involved with the Angel Tree ministry, buying and delivering gifts to underprivileged youth who had a parent serving time in prison. Carsyn also participated in the Operation Christmas Child program through Samaritan’s Purse, filling several Christmas boxes each year.

She also had a rare autoimmune disorder.

The GoFundMe page can be accessed at www.gofundme.com/f/fightingwithcarsyn.