OBITUARY

Ginger Davis

December 13, 1955September 18, 2022
Obituary of Ginger Davis
Ginger Davis went home to be with Jesus on September 18th, 2022, while her family held her hands and praised the Lord for her beautiful life. Ginger fought her courageous battle with T-PLL with dignity and strength. She never complained, she never gave up, and she never quit fighting. She won the battle and Jesus took her home. Ginger was born in Coleman, Texas, to Sue and Merlin Hagler on December 13, 1955. She quickly became the nurturing and bossy big sister to her three siblings, Gary, Jennifer, and Terry Jack. Ginger moved frequently throughout the years, living most of her childhood and young adult years in West Texas. Ginger went to Permian High school in Odessa, Texas, and was in the graduating class of 1974. On November 16, 1975, Ginger married Donny Davis. They spent the next 47 years of their lives together bickering and sharing an incredible bond and love that saw them through the ups and downs of life. They truly walked out their marriage vows of living life together for better or worse, and in sickness and in health. Together they shared their three children, Tara, Andi, and Jamie. Ginger was her childrens’ biggest fan and greatest support; her children loved and adored her. Ginger gained two more children, John and Cassie, that she loved dearly throughout her children’s’ marriages. Her 10 greatest blessings that she absolutely loved the mostest affectionately called her Nana. She found her greatest joy in life, in the lives of Schyler, Ambrielle, Chayseland, Cameron, Kendall, Raegin, Daxon, Maverick, Taylor, and Levi. Later on in life she was blessed again with three beautiful great-grandchildren, Rose, Scarlett, and Violette. Ginger loved her family fiercely; she selflessly gave them her time, her talent, and all of herself. She was full of wisdom, always prepared, and the phone call that each one of them made to get the answers to all of life’s questions. She spoiled her family with love, adoration, and everything that she had. Above all else, Ginger loved her Savior. She lived her life courageously because she walked this Earth with all of her hope in Jesus, and today, she walks hand in hand with Him in Heaven for all eternity. The family asks in lieu of flowers that donations be made to T-PLL research through Leukemia and Lymphoma Society in Ginger’s memory. https://givenow.lls.org/give/394054/#!/donation/checkout Ginger’s celebration of life will be held on Saturday at 1:00pm, at Cook-Walden Chapel of the Hills in Austin, Texas.

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  • Together they shared their three children, Tara, Andi, and Jamie. Ginger was her childrens’ biggest fan and greatest support; her children loved and adored her. Ginger gained two more children, John and Cassie, that she loved dearly throughout her children’s’ marriages. Her 10 greatest blessings that she absolutely loved the mostest affectionately called her Nana. She found her greatest joy in life, in the lives of Schyler, Ambrielle, Chayseland, Cameron, Kendall, Raegin, Daxon, Maverick, Taylor, and Levi. Later on in life she was blessed again with three beautiful great-grandchildren, Rose, Scarlett, and Violette.

Past Services

Saturday, September 24, 2022

Celebration of Life Services