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Laurel Land Funeral Home & Memorial Park

7100 Crowley RD, Fort Worth, TX

OBITUARY

Opal Davidson

March 6, 1932January 17, 2020

Opal Davidson, 87, of Clifton, TX passed away Friday, January 17, 2020. She was born in Bee House Coryell County, TX on March 6, 1932. Opal graduated from Corsicana State Orphans Home in 1950. She married Charles Ray Davidson on December 2, 1950 in Waco, TX. Opal was a homemaker. She was a founding member of Lake Whitney Baptist Church and had a passion for singing. She is proceeded in death by her husband, Charles Ray Davidson; her daughter, Linda Kathleen Davidson; parents, Samuel Arthur Creacy, Katie Lee Caddell Creacy; and brothers, Samuel Arthur Creacy Jr., Dwight Creacy, and William Virgil Creacy. She is survived by her children, Peggy Sue Gill of Clifton, TX, David Davidson and wife Carol of Crowley, TX; grandchildren, Chris Gill, Brian Gill, Michelle Gill, Stacy Smith, Amanda Whitehead, and Cody Davidson; 5 Great grandchildren; 1 great great granddaughter; siblings, Jestene (Jerry) Phipps, Joyce Deen Bryant, and brother, Noah Gene Creacy.

Funeral services: 10:00 a.m. Saturday January 25, 2020 at Lake Whitney Baptist Church 642 FM 3118 Laguna Park, TX and 2:00 p.m. Saturday January 25, 2020 at Turning Point Church 10700 Old Burleson Rd. Fort Worth, TX. Visitation will be Friday January 24, 2020 5-7pm at Clifton Funeral Home 303 S Avenue F, Clifton, TX. Internment: Laurel Land Memorial Park

Services

  • Funeral Service Saturday, January 25, 2020

Memories

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Pamela Harken

January 24, 2020

Opal, I will treasure all the fun we had with You and Peggy and mom playing games , having barbecues, and spending time together. I consider you and Peggy family. You were truly an Angel on Earth, and now an Angel in heaven. Love you Opal!!!

Marilyn Winford

January 24, 2020

My Aunt Bopie (as we knew her) was one of the kindest women I know.
She had a heart bigger than Texas and was loved by so many that it's hard to even imagine.
She loved the LORD and that shown in everything that she did--she was truly a child of God and her faith never waivered thru all she was dealt with in her last few months on this earth.
We will surely see her again and that will certainly be a joyous day for all of her friends and especially her family.
Until that day---I love you Aunt Bopie and will miss your beautiful smile.

Valerie (Persinger) Medcalf

January 23, 2020

I met Opal (and Ray) in 1978 when I and my family moved to Laguna Park and joined Lake Whitney Baptist Church .
We sang in the choir together -and went to many Saturday Singings with dinners after. She enjoyed choirs, quartets, duos, and solos . She always "sang unto the Lord"
When Visitors would come to the church, Opal and Ray were among the members who always made them feel welcome- I know because I was one of them.
Her laughter was contagious - she looked for the good in others - she was a prayer warrior -
Those who knew her were blessed-
God has called one of His children home
🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏

Kay Thompson

January 23, 2020

I thank God that I was allowed to know this precious woman of God. She has been a blessing to me since the day we met. Opal loved the Lord and Savior and it showed at all times. Til we meet again, my sweet earthly angel, have fun meeting up with all those that have gone on before you. 💓

Melissa Robbins

January 22, 2020

Just watching her walk her dog and her beautiful smile will be truly missed. She reminded me of my mamaw. I love you and will truly miss you.

Pamela Anderson

January 22, 2020

I always enjoyed the days when Momma Opal would come into the store with Mrs Peggy. She was always a delight and conversations were priceless. I also enjoyed the small talk if she happen to call the store to speak to Mrs. Peggy. I know she is resting and what a delight it will be when I see her again. Im sure she will have alot to fill me in on. Until that day, I pray she watches over her family and loved ones, sending reminders that she is always with them.

Amanda Whitehead

January 22, 2020

Gonna miss the greatest memaw ever. Love her bigger than life.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY