Mary Beth (Davis) Raab (1936 - 2013)

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Mary Beth (Davis) Raab
3/11/1936 - 3/7/2013

Mary Beth was born to HR Davis and Merle Jasper Davis in Roseville. Mary Beth attended Roseville schools and was a member of Roseville High School Class of 1954.
She is survived by her sister, Betty Jeanne Gilkey; her cousins, Janet (Art) Shinn, Hank (Berta) Jasper and Bill (Julie) Jasper; and six nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her brother, HR Davis II and sister Edna Gemignani. She was also predeceased by her former husbands, Earl Reeves, John Legalsi and Ray Raab.
Mary Beth had a large loving family. She is survived by her children: Richard (Kathy) Reeves, Gwen Douglass and Alan (Nicole) Legalsi; as well as her step-children: Gene (Terry) Legalsi and Debbie (Roy) Thompson; and 10 grandchildren: Ricky and Eric Reeves; Christie and Matthew Douglass; Luke Legalsi; Sidney and Allen Legalsi; Tom, Tammy and Tim Williams. Mary Beth was very giving to all of her children and grandchildren. She attended their events whenever possible and was always coming to visit. She had many friends made thru her travels, her family and her work, especially at McClellan Air Force Base where she spent the majority of her working career.
She had a full and active life. Mary Beth loved friends, travel and hobbies. If she wasn't traveling or cruising, she was reading or doing crosswords or doing plastic canvas crafts. She enjoyed living at SKP Park of the Sierras in Coarsegold because of the fellowship shared with everyone.
A Memorial Service is being held for her at St. Mark's Anglican Church, 5983 Webb Street, Loomis, Calif., on Saturday, July 20, 2013 at 1 p.m. A Reception will be held afterwards at the home of Teresa Gemignani, her niece.
Published in Gold Country Media Newspapers on July 12, 2013
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