Bonnie Davis

Bonnie Davis, 74, of Waco, TX passed away September 12, 2020 at Providence Health Center in Waco.

Service Information: Memorial service will be held 10:00 a.m.,Saturday, September 19, 2020 at Lake Shore Funeral Home. Due to Covid19, Seating restrictions will apply.

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Bonnie was born April 13, 1946 in Lubbock, TX to Burnell Perryman and Maggie Lee Maxey.
She was a very intelligent person. Bonnie graduated from Dunbar High School in Lubbock, Paul Quinn College as well as MCC. In 1985 she opened her own beauty shop then worked as an accountant for 12 years at the City of Waco. She was a friendly and outgoing person who made friends easily. Bonnie was a sweet and loving person who was always there for anyone in need.
Bonnie became a faithful Jehovah’s Witness on July 1, 1976 and remained faithful for 44 years until her death.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Charles Davis, Sr.; mother, Maggie Green; father, Burnell Perryman; sisters, Bernett Perryman, Nancy Levels, Pat Mosley and Peggie Gray.
Bonnie leaves to cherish her memory son, Charles (Liza) Davis, Jr. of Waco; brothers, Dondal (Gloria) Edwards of East St. Louis, IL, Lonnie R. (Lisa) Gray of Waco, Burnell Davis of Waco; sisters, Ocie (Larry) Salder of Valley Mills, Margie (David) Chinn of Waco, Lovie (Paul) Wilson of Dallas, Jacklyn (Curtis) Riptoe of Hewitt; brother-in-law, George Levels of East St. Louis, IL; 11 grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren; and a host of nieces, nephews, beloved cousins and friends.

Place of Service: Lake Shore Funeral Home , 5201 Steinbeck Bend; Waco, TX 76708

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  1. It’s been many years but I have only good memories of Bonnie 🥰
    I look forward to her resurrection and her hugs!

  2. Praying for you and the family.

  3. Adrian and Theda Goudeau

    As persons very familiar with the loss of loved ones,
    we understand the feelings you are going through my
    sister. Please be assured of our love and prayers in
    your behalf. Draw strength from our Father Jehovah
    God who “comforts us in our time of need”. Make it your
    aim to be there when your sister awakens.

  4. Rhonda Davis Cooper

    Mrs. Davis, only God would bring a wonderful woman like you into my life. Who knew that not only would you be one one of my favorite patients but also a family friend. And then Jackie would become one of my dear friends as well. Thank you for your love and wisdom. You will truly be missed.

  5. Charles I’m so sorry for your lost.. praying for you and the family as God comfort and strengthen as you go through this Roz 🙏❤️

  6. On behalf of myself and my family , our deepest sympathies

  7. To the Davis Family.
    We are lifting you up in prayer during this time of loss. Know that your dear loved one is only a memory away.
    Lisa Rogers

  8. My prayers are being made to Jehovah for your comfort. Know that Jehovah knows exactly how we feel and His purpose for all mankind is to put an end to grief and suffering. Bonnie believed this. Now she awaits a resurrection into a paradise earth. We have the opportunity to be there to welcome her back.
    Sincerely with love,
    Sis Beverly Walton

  9. Martin & Mary Ann Synakowski

    Our deepest sympathies with all for your loss. We are going to miss our sister Bonnie. May Jehovah give you comfort 2 Corinthians 1:4

  10. Ed & Gail Margulies

    Sorry for your loss. Bonnie was a beautiful person. She will be greatly missed.

  11. Dear Family my deepest sympathy for your lost. Remembering Bonnie sweet and kind heart. What has been especially comforting to me is remembering the beautiful promise found in the Bible at Isaiah 33:24; where it says:” And no resident will say I am sick” I hope this scripture comforts you.

  12. I will miss you but to know that I have a chance to see you my family friends again

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