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Cook-Walden Davis Funeral Home

2900 Williams Drive, Georgetown, TX

OBITUARY

Rosemary Davis

July 1, 1943January 7, 2020
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Rosemary Davis, aged 76 years, who lived in Manor, Texas, passed away on January 7, 2020.

She was born in Blytheville Arkansas on July 1, 1943. She later met and dated Thomas L. Davis, whom she married on August 5, 1962 in Junction City, Kansas.

She was a military wife who been all over the world and she loved to travel. She was known for her cooking and singing and she loved to bowl and sew. She was also known for her sense of style for fashion. Rosemary later divorced and moved to Texas. She started her career in the News Media field as an administrative assistant for KEYE News until her retirement.

During her retirement she enjoyed the fruits of her labor. Her favorite thing to do was watch her favorite cooking shows. Her last days were spent enjoying her retirement and spending time with her children and grandchildren. As she got older, she was known for her quiet demeanor, words of encouragement and she would tell you to trust in the Lord.

She is survived by her four children, Regina, Michelle, Anna and Tod; son-in-law, Chandler Bettis; ten grandchildren and nineteen great grandchildren. She is also survived by her sisters, Gloria and Leola; brothers, Artie and Raymond; many aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews and a host of extended family and friends.

Rosemary will be truly missed, but we know that she is happy in the kingdom of God watching over us and smiling. Rest in peace beautiful angel and we will see you later.

  • FAMILY

  • Clifford Williams, Father
  • Selma Sears Williams, Mother
  • Regina and Michelle, Children
  • Anna and Tod, Children
  • Chandler Bettis, Son-in-law
  • Gloria and Leola, Sisters
  • Artie and Rayond, Brothers
  • She is also survived by ten grandchildren and nineteen great grandchildren;many aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews; and a host of extended family and friends.

Services

  • Celebration of Life Saturday, January 18, 2020

Memories

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Elizabeth Medrano

January 16, 2020

Anna, I am so sorry for your lost. I know she meant the world to you. I pray that you find peace and comfort knowing that she is now at rest with no pain. And in God's loving hands. Hang in there my sweet friend.

Karla Goode

January 15, 2020

My Aunt Roses as I would call her. I loved your lemon pound cakes. I finally learned how to make one from scratch and I never got a chance to let you taste it. I am going to miss you. Until we meet again. Love you.

Imani Davis

January 15, 2020

I will never forget the numerous days you’d send me home with a full pan of cornbread.

Watching The Price is Right and those old black and white movies.

Eating Hot Cheeto Puffs. Man we honestly just kicked it and you gave THE best advice.

I have so many memories and I’m thankful for each and every one.

Thank you for being the gateway to vulnerability and for guiding me in ways known and unknown.

Regina Bettis

January 14, 2020

Liver.. Growing up our mother fried liver and onions I was one that was not feeling that meal, I hated it. But she would not let me leave the table until all was eaten. So me being clever would throw the fried liver behind the refrigerator or stuff the liver in my mouth and pretend I had to use the bathroom just so I can flush it down the toilet; well that didn't last long she eventually caught me and you know the rest.

Love and miss you mommy!

Regina

Patsyr Peterson

January 14, 2020

Aunt Rose.....you will truly be missed! This is unbelievable and so hard but I keep telling myself that God doesn't make mistakes. Growing up I remember your fashion sense and always being so well put together from head to toe....I wanted to be that lady. I've worked hard to be that! I'm thankful that you never had a chance to discipline me....LOL...all that knew you, know that you didn't play! You were stern but loving! You loved your family and your nieces and nephews just as much.

Seriously, anyone reading this.... never take life for granted...Aunt Rose had been on my mind for the past couple of weeks but I kept saying I would check in tomorrow....tomorrow never came! Make the time to check in on your loved ones...I wish I had. We use to have some great conversations and I will miss that. Sleep well Aunt Rose and I know I will see you again on the other side! Give Poppa and Grandma my love! Your memory will forever live in my heart....love your niece Pat!

Karin Bell

January 13, 2020

Anna, I am so sorry for your loss. Your mom was such a sweet lady. I was glad to have met her. Thank you for sharing her with the team at the VA, we so loved it when she would bake for us. Please let us know if we can do anything for the family, and we will keep you all in our prayers.

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Biography

Rosemary Davis, aged 76 years, who lived in Manor, Texas, passed away on January 7, 2020.

She was born in Blytheville Arkansas on July 1, 1943. She later met and dated Thomas L. Davis, whom she married on August 5, 1962 in Junction City, Kansas.

She was a military wife who been all over the world and she loved to travel. She was known for her cooking and singing and she loved to bowl and sew. She was also known for her sense of style for fashion.

Rosemary later divorced and moved to Texas. She started her career in the News Media field as an administrative assistant for KEYE News until her retirement
During her retirement she enjoyed the fruits of her labor. Her favorite thing to do was watch her favorite cooking shows. Her last days were spent enjoying her retirement and spending time with her children and grandchildren. As she got older, she was known for her quiet demeanor, words of encouragement and she would tell you to trust in the Lord.

She is survived by her four children, Regina, Michelle, Anna and Tod; son-in-law, Chandler Bettis; ten grandchildren and nineteen great grandchildren. She is also survived by her sisters, Gloria and Leola; brothers, Artie and Raymond; many aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews and a host of extended family and friends.

Rosemary will be truly missed, but we know that she is happy in the kingdom of God watching over us and smiling. Rest in peace beautiful angel and we will see you later.