Dorothy Davis

In Memorial

Dorothy Davis, 80, of Austin, formerly of Granbury and Waco, passed away Monday in an Austin hospital. Services will be 10:00am Friday, June 27th at Lake Shore Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Allen Grant officiating. Burial will follow at Waco Memorial Park. Visitation will be 6:00 to 8:00pm Thursday at Lake Shore Funeral Home, 5201 Steinbeck Bend, Waco. The family will again receive visitors 30 minutes prior to service. A Video Life Tribute will be shown at the service and visitation. A Celebration of Life Service will be held 10:00am Saturday, June 28th at the Pecan Plantation Country Clubhouse in Acton, near Granbury. Thoughts and memories may be shared in the online Guest Book at www.LakeShoreFuneralHome.com.

Dorothy’s life was defined by family and friends. She gave of herself completely and cheerfully to enjoying those around her. As a dedicated wife, sister, mother, grandmother, great grandmother, aunt and cousin, she will always have a special place in the hearts of so many. Her smiling face will remain with us for years to come.

She was preceded in death by son, Rodney Keith Davis; brother, Nolan Murchison; mother Velma Shirley; and father, Andese H. Murchison.

Survivors include husband of 59 years, Billy Joe (Peanut) Davis; son, Billy Glenn Davis and wife, Rita; grandchildren, Mikaela, Seth and Kyle Davis, and Jennifer and Bryan Davis, sister & brother-in-law, Lois and Gordon Smith, sister-in-law, Lucille Murchison; beloved nieces and nephews, Buddy Smith,Connie Sublett, Elaine Bigham, Wanda Pearson,Andy Murchison,Donald Murchison; and her favorite cousins, including faithful Billie Joe Wedlund, Clodie Nell Wyatt and Vernon Osborn.

In lieu of flowers, please make donations to Westwood Ministries, P.O. Box 291446, Kerrville, TX 78029, 800-583-9841, www.westwoodministries.org This organization ministered physically and spiritually to Dorothy’s youngest son and to the entire family during a very difficult time. She was always so grateful for their help.

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  1. The world’s precious gems are rare and beautiful. Dot is a gem that will be greatly missed by us all. I was truely blessed to know her and Peanut and could not have asked for better next door neighbors. Even on days when Dot was not feeling well, she found a smile and a kind word to say. Our hearts are sad and our prayers go out to Peanut and family. We love you, Barbara and Ron Smith

  2. Bert & Paula Pennington

    Dot was a special loving
    friend to me for l8 years –
    and she will always be in
    my heart and in the hearts of
    so many others who loved her.
    She is in Heaven now with
    Rodney smiling down and not in pain. She will be in my
    thoughts every day as I will
    truly miss this wonderful
    person.
    Paula

  3. Billie Jo Wedlund

    She was a very special lady and a joy to be around. My only regret is the short time we had together. We could laugh and talk non stop and I will miss that. I will cherish the memories we made. She was fun!!!

  4. A special person with a quick smile for everyone, and a tender heart, for all her family. Enjoyed every minute I was with her.
    God Bless,
    Buddy Smith

  5. Caisson, Tiffany and Maddox Hogue

    We loved Aunt Dot and we will miss her. We are praying for all of the family and wish we could be there with everyone.

  6. Dot was so special to me, and her upbeat personailty was an inspiration for all of us. She just recently sent Louis a card of encouragement. We were so touched because we knew that her health was in decline. She will live on in our hearts forever. Our sympathy to all who knew her.

  7. Ed and Jean Johnson

    Dear Peanut and family,

    It was indeed a shock to read of the loss of our dear friend, Dot, when we opened our e-mail this morning. Dot was a special lady, so engaging and a loyal friend to us both. We will miss our friend Dot Davis, but regrettably, we will not be able to attend the services. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family of this special lady and long-time friend, Jean’s bridge companion for so many years.

    Our deepest sympathies and condolences from,

    Ed and Jean Johnson
    Lake Conroe, Texas

  8. from Pennsylvania...

    + We extend our sincere sympathy to Dorothy Davis’ family, especially to her son, Billy Glenn. He became one of our favorite Seybert "outlaws" when he married our sister Rita on June 25th twenty-five years ago. Celebrating their silver anniver

  9. Dott..you were a beautiful asset to our family. I loved you like a sister. I,ll miss you. May you rest in peace.All my love Jan

  10. Mark and Denise DeHart

    Aunt Dottie will always be remembered as a lovely and gracious lady. A true Texas belle, she will be so missed. We are better for having her in our family for all of these years. All God’s blessings to Peanut and all the rest of the family.

  11. My Aunt Dot…she is so special to me and I will always remember her with love and affection. She has such a sweet heart and I always looked forward to being with her. I can remember when Connie and I went to her house in Bryan and stayed a week. She always made me feel so special and I will truly miss her. The kindness and love she always showed to me will truly be missed. My heart goes out to Billy and Uncle Peanut and I will pray for your peace and comfort. She will always live on in our hearts and I know she and daddy are "cuttin up" right now. I love you Aunt Dot.

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