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Leona M. Davis, 81


Leona M. Davis

Leona M. Davis

Leona M. Davis, 81, of Fulton died in Seneca Hill Manor after a short illness.

Mrs. Davis was born in Fulton the daughter of the late Milford and Dorothy (LaLonde) Myhill.

Mrs. Davis retired from St. Luke Health Services where she worked as a seamstress, and assisted in housekeeping. She was the past president of the VFW Auxiliary and past president of the Merton Kemp Marine Corp. Axuliary.

Mrs. Davis was predeceased by her husband Homer Davis and daughter Rita Louise Bailey.

Mrs. Davis is survived by her children Linda (Rick) June of Fulton, Dinah, Ray Bailey Jr. of FL, Adrian (Laura) Bailey of SC, Chuck (Sherrie) Bailey of TN, her brothers Alfred Myhill of Fulton, Milford Myhill of Cato, sister Margaret Frost of Fulton, fourteen grandchildren, and five great grandchildren.

Funeral services and burial will be private. The arrangements are in the care of the Sugar Funeral Home Inc. 224 W. 2nd. St. Fulton.

Contributions may be made to the American Heart Association.

3 Responses “Leona M. Davis, 81”

  1. Jeanne Chesnut
    November 30, 2011 at 11:21 am

    Linda,

    I wanted to send you my condolences. I know the past couple years have been hard for you to watch your mother’s decline. You were a very good caregiver. You gave it your “all”. You are in my thoughts.

    Take care Linda,
    Jeanne Chesnut

  2. LINDA
    November 30, 2011 at 4:03 pm

    Thank You for your message my mom would still be here if she hadn’t fallen at michaud that was did her in. She was on morphine for a few weeks at least she isn’t suffering anymore. Again thanks Jean and thank you for helping my mom
    Linda

  3. cindy robinson
    December 2, 2011 at 6:22 pm

    Linda,

    I know how hard it is to care for an aging parent. Your mom told me how grateful she was for all that you did for her. While it is difficult to lose a parent, take comfort in knowing that your mom is no longer suffering. Hold on to your good memories.

    Cindy

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