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Norma Jean Davis

31 juillet 19307 janvier 2021
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Norma Jean Byars Davis was born July 31, 1930 and passed away on Thursday, January 7, 2021. Mrs. Davis was greatly loved and will be truly missed by her family and friends. She was born in Lexington, Oklahoma to Arlington and Lilly Belle Holloway Byars. Mrs. Davis was preceded in death by her husband of 67 years, Cohen Davis; a brother, Neil Byars, her sisters, Elizabeth Stough and Juanita Davis. She is survived by her daughters, Wanda Beasley (Hoyt) and Brenda Martin (Wade); grandchildren, Salitha Jordan (David), Amanda Work, Bethany Martin, and Gary Beasley (Lisa); her great grandsons whom meant everything to her, Alex Jordan, Cohen Jordan, and Jaxon Work; a sister, Frances Tidwell (Mason); numerous nieces, nephews, and other extended family. She was a member of Brewster Road Baptist Church where she was loved by many friends which she will now meet again in her eternal home. Services will be held on Wednesday, January 13, 2021 at Ridout’s Trussville Chapel with visitation beginning at 10 am followed by chapel services at 11 am. Interment will be in Jefferson Memorial Gardens. Rev. Joseph Mills will officiate services. Pallbearers will be Eddie Eubanks, Wade Martin, Alex Jordan, Cohen Jordan, David Jordan, and Hoyt Beasley. Because of the Covid 19 pandemic the family asks for everyone to wear facemask and practice social distancing.

Services

  • Visitation

    mercredi, 13 janvier , 2021

  • Funeral Service

    mercredi, 13 janvier , 2021

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Lynne Dooley

13 janvier , 2021

Praying for you all Brenda, Wanda and Family.
Remembering My Beautiful Aunt Jean today.
She was a light that shown so bright to everyone. I remember her laughter, her smile, but mostly I remember her caring words in times of comfort. During a dark time in my life I remember her reaching out to me, offering me her love, and compassion. She probably never realized what a positive impact she made in those moments. I am amazed that with only a handful of memories of our time together what incredible love is so felt in those memories. One memory I have is being in her car and her playing cassette tapes of The Happy Goodman's. I still listen to them, and when I see and hear Vestal Goodman, ohhh how I think of Aunt Jean. She reminds me so much of her. Just the other morning I turned on the Gaither's and unlike any other day, every video that came on was of Vestal. Thank you Aunt Jean for your spirit that day. I treasure you, and your memory. Rest in Peace. With all my love.
Lynne Dooley

Nancy Hallmark

12 janvier , 2021

Wanda and family,
Sending much love and many sympathies on the loss of your Mother. She was a lovely lady and I know she will be greatly missed. She is in a much better place with mine and Montise’s Mom. I am sure they are in heaven singing with the angels.
My thoughts will be with you and if you need anything, please let me know.
Love,
Nancy Hallmark

Kelly Hawkinberry

11 janvier , 2021

Brenda, Wanda and families,
You know how much we love Aunt Jean. We know she is in the best place possible and with Uncle Muzz again. I'm sure Andrew is visiting with her right now! Our deepest condolences and much love to you all.
Raymond, Kelly, Michael, Merritt, Nick and Rebecca
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Karen Deaver

10 janvier , 2021

Brenda and family, Tom and I are so sorry to hear of the loss of your mother. I met her one time and she was a really sweet lady. I know all of you will dearly miss her but we know she is in a much better place. Tom and I will certainly be praying for your family.

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