Judith Walker Davis
November 8, 1942 – September 23, 2019
Judith Walker Fuselier Davis of Richardson, Texas, passed away on Monday, September 23, 2019 at the age of 76.
Judy was born to parents Fred and Jewell Fuselier on November 8, 1942 in Port Arthur, Texas.
Judy graduated from Thomas Jefferson High School in 1960. She then attended Lamar State College of Technology in Beaumont, Texas. She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in May 1964. She also earned her Master of Education degree from Sam Houston State University in August 1970 and her Counseling Certificate from University of Houston Clear Lake in 1993.
Judy worked as a teacher and counselor for Pasadena ISD until her retirement in May 2005.
In 2007, she relocated to Dallas.
Judy is survived by her son, Jonathan L. Davis (wife Michelle); granddaughters, Elizabeth Burch (husband Jordan); Savannah and Chloe Burrow; great-granddaughter, Winter Burch; sister, Stephanie Venza and brother, Philip Fuselier (partner Tony).
She is preceded in death by her daughter Sarah J. Davis Stoker and her parents Fred and Jewell Fuselier.
A memorial service will be held on Monday, September 30, 2019 at 2:00 PM at Ted Dickey West Funeral Home, located at 7990 George Bush Turnpike, Dallas, Texas 75252.
A light reception will follow at Ted Dickey West reception area.
All are welcome to attend and celebrate Judy's life.
In lieu of flowers, donations supporting cancer research can be made at:
The family would like to thank staff and nurses at Healthcare Resort of Plano for their care and dedication.
Ted Dickey West Funeral Home in Dallas, Texas has charge of arrangements.
- Memorial Service & Celebration of Life Monday, September 30, 2019
Judith Walker Davis
September 28, 2019
Aunt Judy, we will miss you and your stories about growing up in Port Arthur with Grandaddy and Grandma.
We will always remember your good cooking, especially your famous Cherry Pie.
I personally will remember you as a fighter in the face of many abrupt adversities. The manner in which you persisted in the face of tragedies is an inspiration. You were a steel Magnolia.
Your kindness and love to Megan, Chloe, and Savannah made Sarah smile from heaven. I know you are with her now.
Please watch over us from above. I hope to see you there one day.
Love, Johnny, Vicki, and Jackson
September 26, 2019
We were so lucky to have Judy as a neighbor. I enjoyed her quick wit and realness. I love people who hold nothing back, and that was Judy! She always brightened my day whenever I would see her in our neighborhood. Our street will not be the same without her around, I will miss her dearly. My condolences to her family and friends.