A public viewing for Amanda Davis, the longtime Atlanta news anchor who died Wednesday after a massive stroke, will be held on Tuesday, Jan. 2.

The viewing will be held at the Gregory B. Levett Funeral Home on Flat Shoals Road in Decatur, according to funeral home officials.

Davis was at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport on Tuesday, headed to San Antonio following the death of her stepfather, when she suffered the stroke.

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Davis, who had been a television anchor in Atlanta for more than 25 years, was anchor for WGCL-TV's morning news and noon show. Before that, she had been a reporter and anchor for Atlanta's Fox affiliate, WAGA-TV, prior to leaving the station in 2013.