- 75 years old
- Date of birth: Jul 24, 1936
- Place of birth:
Lufkin, Texas, United States
- Date of passing: Mar 29, 2012
- Place of passing:
Austin, Texas, United States
|Forever in our Hearts we LOVE and Miss You Granny|
This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, Phyllis Davis, 75, born on July 24, 1936 and passed away on March 29, 2012. She was a remarkable women, with so many great qualities. She truly was the matriarch of this family, and has left behind something special in each one of us. This memorial is for all those who would like to share a memory of Phyllis, or leave a message for her family to cherish. Funeral arrangements by Cooke-Walden Forest Oaks Austin, Tx. Graveside services planned for April 3, 2012 at 11:00am Bagdad Cemetery in Leander, Tx. Thank You and God Bless.
"We would also like to thank the ones who provided care for Phyllis over the years, Dr. James Pohl, the Hospice of the Hills, Lakeway, Tx., Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Gamble, Pastor and wife Mr. and Mrs.Mark Rae, all of the kind nurses and staff, with kudos to Jennifer, Melissa, and the loving nurse, Nancy, who were with us to the end. Thank you all for the selfless work you do, it truly makes a difference!"
"Mom was a woman who faced life with great excitement, even when she faced difficult times and she did... almost too many for one life...She did her very best with each situation...She taught me the love of family, the love of new experiences, strength in adverse times, and honor of self... I will miss her more than words can express...Rest in Peace Mom...I love you"
"My granny was forever curious and adventuresome and never shyed away from speaking her mind. She was fiercely supportive. She taught me the wisdom and charm of the past while always being progressive in her actions. She set an amazing example for the women in her family and loved her great grand kids beyond words. Granny had a spark and a spirit unmatched. I love you so much."
"My Granny was one of a kind, they truly broke the mold when creating her. She was just the right amount of Grandma, and friend combined. I still feel I didn't get enough time with her, or get to tell her everything I wanted to say, but on our last talk I did muster up the courage to ask her to be my Guardian Angel, which she replied "Of Course"! I can feel her with me now. love you!"
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