Mary-Davis-Obituary

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Mary Louise Davis

Jul 2, 1932 - Dec 28, 2018

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Dearest Auntie Ree! You made our lives so very special by being a big part!! Thank you for those wonderful memories!! You made a very special difference in my life. Wish I had told you that more often!❤❤

Mary Louise was such a beautiful, caring, sweet person. She never complained of her many health issues. I always saw her incredible smile. I stopped and visited with her the Sunday before she passed away telling her how wonderful it was to see her in church. For several years when I first joined St. Johns several of us would go to lunch following church. I loved spending the extra time with the group of friends. Her faith was amazing! She will truly be missed.

Mary Lou was a special friend. We shared many good times together: house tours, concerts, dinners at Red Lobster, etc. etc. over a period of 28 years. She was kind, forgiving, and fun loving. Loved a good book and enjoyed being read to when she began losing her sight. Listening to music was high on her list and she enjoyed it to the end. Her family a big part of her happiness and she mentioned them frequently with pride and joy. I miss those nightly phone calls from her but she is...

May the God of all comfort sustain your family during the days ahead Psalms 119:76

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Mary's Obituary

Mary Louise Davis, 86, of West Lafayette, passed away on Friday, December 28, 2018 at her home. She will be missed by many as she was a kind and gentle person, who thought the best of others, showed love, and blessed all those she came in contact with.

She was born July 2, 1932, in Evergreen Park, IL, to the late Owen and Helen Norpell Price.

Mary Lou graduated from Morgan Park High School in Chicago and Denison University in Granville, OH.

On February 14, 1959, she married Raymond Davis and he preceded her in death in September of 1991.

Mary Lou had worked for Grace United Methodist Church Day Care and Comfort Keepers.

She was a member of St. John's Episcopal Church.   Mary Lou enjoyed reading, gardening and music.

Surviving are her sons Owen K. (wife Dana) Davis of West Lafayette, Gregory V. (wife Jean) Davis of Clark Fork, ID, Hugh N. (wife Patricia) Davis of Bellingham, WA, grand children Johnathan, Justin, Ethan, Noah, Aliyah, Simeon, Clifford, Derek and a great granddaughter Roslyn.

Also surviving is her brother Owen (wife Shirley) Price of Mokena, IL.

Memorial Service will be at 2:00 PM on Saturday, January 26 at St. John’s Episcopal Church located at 600 Ferry St, Lafayette, Indiana 47901.

In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to LUM(Lafayette Urban Ministries), Trinity Mission and St. John's Episcopal Church in Mary Lou’s memory.

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