LUBBOCK, Texas (KCBD) - On Friday, we told you about 26-year-old Erin Davis of Lubbock and her fight with breast cancer. Today, we offer condolences to her friends and family.
It began early last year, and just this spring, the cancer spread to other parts of her body.
Back in May, we spoke to her family and Covenant Health caregivers about her treatment and the unique circumstances she suffered because of COVID-19.
That's the story we shared with you Friday. But in recent days, Erin's battle intensified.
She passed away today, Saturday, June 6.
Erin leaves behind a husband, her young daughter Sage, her loving parents and siblings, and so many others.
Her family would like to thank the "millions" who've helped them and Erin through her battle.
On behalf of KCBD, we share our deepest sympathies with Erin’s loved ones.
The family released this statement on Saturday evening:
“The family of Erin Davis was blessed with the most wonderful and joyful wife, mother, daughter, sister and friend. She was loved beyond measure and she touched so many lives. Her legacy of kindness, care and joy will live on as we all try to reflect the person she was. We want to take this time to thank Covenant Hospital, the many Fund Raisers held for her, The Susan G. Komen Foundation, Ribbons of Love, and so many others who gave to Erin and her family. The thousands who supported her with prayer, phone calls, texts and unending love. Our deep faith in God allows us to be at peace because we know she is no longer in pain and is singing in the heavenly choir! Thank you from the Erin Davis Family and the Pinson Family.”