Betty L. Davis

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Betty Lou Davis

Rochester - Betty L. Davis: I was born on October 10, 1938 to Albert Davis a hard working- man who worked for the B&M Railroad for 35 years and Ann V. Sullivan Davis a proud Irish American and loving mom. I died on June 29, 2014. My only child, Glenn MacDonald, and I were a team from the day he was born. We traveled together to Washington, D.C., during the D.C. sniper crisis but refused to leave and created some great memories.

Thank you Glenn and Tammy MacDonald for giving me my grandson, Ryan MacDonald, the light of my life. I have always been so proud of you and wish I could have seen you graduate, get married and have children. I know you are going to be a loving husband and dad. Thank you Tammy MacDonald, my daughter-in-law, for all that you have done for me without being asked; that took a loving heart.

Also, thank you, to Barbara Provencher, your kindness when I needed it most meant a lot.

Peggy Clark my cousin, my friend I've always loved you, we had some great times. You and Bob raised two great daughters; Lisa and Susan.

Irene Moore, my French-Irish friend, we have been through a lot together, good and bad. I still have to laugh about that Halloween and the statues. We were always there for each other. I love you.

Other friends I will never forget are Wayne, Lorraine, Sally Jo and Janna Rice. Francis Houghtaling, my 104-year-old friend, she walked the talk. Honey Otis, Ginny Stillwagon, Lonnie and Ellie Deveau, Jack and Mary Jones, Pat Brault and my Doctor, Barbara Civiello, thanks for everything.

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Published in Fosters from July 14 to July 17, 2014
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