Betty-Davis-Obituary

Photo courtesy of Sunset Funeral Home

Betty Davis

San Antonio, Texas

Mar 31, 1927 – Nov 6, 2017

Obituary

Send Flowers

Sunset Funeral Home Obituary

Betty Davis was born in Courtland Alabama on March 31st, 1927. She was preceded in death by her loving husband of 48 years, Willard Davis, mother Dessie Mae Schoppe and father Julian Harvey Blaxton as well as sisters Elizabeth Kelsoe, Lennie Jeffreys, Sue Fuller and brothers Robert and Julian...

Read More

Guest Book

Not sure what to say?

Saying goodbye to my sweet little mama was so hard but I know that she is with God now and free of her worldly suffering. She was the best mother a person could ever hope to have and I will miss her until I take my last breath. I know I will see her again In heaven and that is what makes losing her easier. She will be missed by all who loved her. Thank you mom for all you did for everyone. You were one of a kind. I love you.

Betty and my Mimi were two peas in a pod! Always getting their hair done and shopping together at the commissary. She wasn't afraid to speak her mind and we all loved her for it. We will keep you guys in our thoughts and prayers.

Betty was one of a kind. A sweet,warm, loving woman who made an impression on everyone she met. She enjoyed a joke and her infectious laugh could be heard whenever she was around.
God Bless you Betty, we will think of you often.

A special lady and dear friend of the family.
So sorry for your loss and our thoughts and prayers are with the family.

When I had to say goodbye to my Mother on the sixth of this month, I was saying goodbye to one of the most loving, funny, crazy Hell on wheels woman. The pain and loss that I feel now wii diminish in time but I also feel happiness in the fact that God has taken her to a better place, a place where she will no longer have pain and where she will be in the arms of the man that cherished her for 48 years and will be surrounded by God's all encompassing love. Bye for now Mom, I will see you again