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Rosemary Margaret Davis

Wall Township, New Jersey

Jan 1, 1929 – Mar 19, 2017

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Neary Quinn Funeral Home Obituary

Rosemary Margaret Davis, 88, went home to be with her Savior, her husband Willard, and her son Todd on March 19th 2017. She was born in Ilion NY and graduated from Elmira High School in 1947. She attended Nyack College and faithfully served with her husband for 40 years, pastoring churches...

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Your mother was a very dear friend during her time at Fourth. We shared in a bible study for many years, and used to walk together every Tuesday. I missed her when she and your dad moved to Florida but was able to help her decorate when I went for a visit in their new home! May God comfort you as grieve her passing! Carol Anne Griffith

Rosemary and Willard were two of the absolute best pastor's wives and pastors of Fourth Presbyterian Church in Bethesda MD for several years. They were an extraordinary couple, and we loved them dearly. May the Lord comfort and encourage you, their family, at this time, and give you great peace.

Dear Tami and Davis Family, My sympathy and prayers are with you as you mourn the loss of your beloved mother. Rosemary was a radiant example of Christian womanhood and was dearly loved at Fourth Pres. I was blessed to be received in her home and learn so much from the multi-talented Dr. Willard Davis. May they rest in peace. We'll see them again one day. The peace and solace of our Savior be with you all. Carolyn, Fourth Presbyterian Church

Dear Cousins, Such wonderful memories of our time spent together in your childhood home...a home which radiated with the quiet beauty and gentleness of your sweet mother, and my dear Aunt Posey. We were all so blessed! My heart goes out to you as you go through this sad time, and yet I rejoice at the idea of Uncle Sonny and Todd enjoying her company once again. With love, Beverly Bosworth Clegg

Dan, Dave, Tami and family - so sorry to hear this news. Kind and gentle are perfect words to describe your mom. We loved her so much as our pastor's wife during the years they were in Albany. She was loving and encouraging to all of us. Praying for your family as you go through this difficult time. What a heritage you have from both of your parents. They were truly unique and amazing people and I thank God that we were blessed and honored to know them. Love you all.

May God's loving kindness and comfort help you and your family through this very sad time Psalms 29:11