Carol Davidson

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Carol J. Davidson peacefully passed away on Sunday, March 4, 2018 at the age of 76. She was born November 30, 1941 to Ulysses S. and Ruby (Phillips) Fromm in Childress, Texas. Carol accepted Jesus Christ as her Lord and Savior at the age of 12. She married the love of her life, Morris Davidson, at age 19 and moved to Lubbock where Morris studied at Texas Tech University.

Carol and Morris moved to Houston in 1964 and began raising her two young sons. While living in the North Shore area of Houston, Carol was active in her boys baseball, school and scouting programs and was a member of Holy Trinity United Methodist Church. As her boys grew older, Carol worked as a school secretary and later became an accountant with a local firm. She then decided to pursue her CPA license and enrolled in classes at the University of Houston. She earned her CPA certification on her first sitting. Along with her partners, she formed the accounting firm of Fowler, Cooner and Davidson, P.C.

Carol was also very active in service to various groups - including being a member of the North Channel Chamber of Commerce. She served on the Chamber Board of Directors and as the Board President in 1995. At that time, Carol was only the second female to serve in that position.

After retiring in 2000, Carol and Morris moved to Bentwater in Montgomery, Texas. There, Carol was actively involved in the Montgomery County Assistance League, also serving as a Board member and Board President. Additionally, Carol worked as volunteer and later a staff member on the financial team at Conroe United Methodist Church. Carol and Morris were also active in the Houston Walk to Emmaus community. She attended an Emmaus Walk as a pilgrim in 1993 and was passionate for the Emmaus community and her reunion group. She remained faithfully involved in this ministry from 1994 until her passing.

Carol had many close and lifelong friendships, but her greatest love was her family. She was a devoted wife of 57 years, a patient, loving, and godly example to her sons, and the greatest Nana to her four grandchildren. Carol prioritized time with her family, thought of others first and reflected Christ's character to her friends, family, and community.

Carol was preceded in death by her parents and her brother Weldon Fromm. She is survived by her husband Morris of Montgomery; son and daughter-in-law Dennis and Jan Davidson of College Station; son and daughter-in-law Don and Cynthia Davidson of Cypress; grandson Ryan Davidson and his wife Emily of Philadelphia; granddaughter Brooke Sturdivant and her husband Preston of Palestine; and granddaughters Rachel and Paige Davidson of Cypress.

A Celebration of Life memorial service will be held at 11:00 am Monday, March 12th at The Woodlands United Methodist Church in The Woodlands, TX with pastor Cliff Ritter officiating.

Memorials may be sent to The Woodlands UMC, designated to the Missions Fund or Walk to Emmaus Fund, or to The Montgomery County Assistance League.

Carol's favorite verse was Micah 6:8: "He has shown you, O mortal, what is good. And what does the Lord require of you? To act justly and to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God."

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The Woodlands United Methodist Church
2200 Lake Woodlands Dr
The Woodlands, TX 77380
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Published on from Mar. 5 to Mar. 18, 2018