Relatable and compassionate, Shoshana Davis passed away on March 23 after battling COVID-19 with an already weakened cardiovascular system that saw her fitted with a pacemaker when she was just 24.

On top of her work as a nonprofit professional, Davis had a passion for travel, which she continued to do after her marriage, sharing her adventures with thousands of fans on her popular social-media channels.

As her friend Kate Kaput told the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Davis will be remembered as “a gentle, imaginative, compassionate soul ... already missed by all those who loved her.

Davis is survived by her husband, Adam, and their young daughter, Sienna.

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