OBITUARY

Phyllis May Davis

November 9, 1937February 9, 2021

Phyllis M. Davis, Beloved, Wife, Mother, Grandmother and Great Grandmother. Passed away peacefully on February 9, 2021 at her Widefield home with family at her side. She was born on November 9, 1937 in La Junta, CO to Ray & Clara Blakney.

She was married to Kenneth R. Davis on March 21, 1959 they remained together until his death Dec 1, 2011. She drove semi-truck with Ken until 1965 when they moved to Security CO. She became a housewife and stay at home Mom. She spent many years caring for her mother and many others in her home. She was also known for her green thumb. You could bring her a plant on it last leg and she could bring it back to life. Her affection for hummingbirds showed as she had the most in the neighborhood due to her special homemade nectar.

She leaves behind to cherish her memory. Her brothers, LeRoy (Sharon) Blakney, Larry Blakney & Children Kenneth (Susan) Davis, James (Lisa) Davis, Michelle Davis, Grand Children Amanda (Jonathan) Pratt, Melissa (Nick) Gourian, Justin (Vanessa) Davis, Emily (Joe) Kabacinski, Ellen (Sam) Zufelt, Katie (Jeff) Waggoner, Robby Giese, Stephen Taylor, Kaylah Henre, Anthony Davis, Kylie (Spencer) Nordbeck & Blake Davis along with 13 Great Grandchildren with 1 special one on the way.

She will be laid to rest with her husband at Pikes Peak National Cemetery at a future date.

In Lieu of Flowers please make a memorial contribution to Penrose Cancer Center or your Favorite Charity.

Services

2 April

Committal Service

11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Pikes Peak National Cemetery

10545 Drennan Road
Colorado Springs, CO 80925

Memories

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Nancy Spessard-Bedlien

February 14, 2021

So Sorry for your loss...Neighbors on Ithaca St. for Years! Sending our Prayers to the Family....She's at Peace now visiting with Mom & Dad <3

Suzi Spessard-Greenwalt

February 12, 2021

Phyllis was a friend of mine that I always visit when I came home to Colorado from San Diego and now Seattle (USN) .
I lived across from her and Ken for many years. Always enjoyed talking with her .
You will be missed sweet lady. Until we meet again. Love you. Suzi Q.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY