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Bill Eisenhour Funeral Home

8805 NE 23rd Street, Oklahoma City, OK

OBITUARY

Bonnie Ellen Davis

April 25, 1941June 20, 2020
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Bonnie Ellen Davis passed away on June 20, 2020 in Oklahoma City. Bonnie was born to John Paul Mattison Sr. and Mabel Lorraine Brewer on April 25, 1941 in Tulsa, OK.

She was saved by the blood of Jesus Christ and followed in His footsteps every day. Bonnie attended Country Estates Baptist Church in Midwest City.

She went to Berryhill High School, where she played basketball in the late 1950’s. In 1959, Bonnie graduated from Berryhill High School in Tulsa, OK. She went on to have a career in the automotive warehouse industry at Distributors Warehouse and O'Reily's Distribution Center in Oklahoma City.

Bonnie’s favorite hobbies included, crocheting, quilting, playing BINGO, watching OU girls sports and the OKC Thunder, sewing clothes for her grandchildren, and spending time with family.

She loved spending so much time with her family, Bonnie frequently made trips all the way to Battle Creek, MI to visit her daughter, Dianna, and grandchildren. Bonnie even went on a recent trip with her daughter, Teresa, and husband, Randy, to Branson, MO and enjoyed spending time and seeing the sights with her family.

Bonnie was a loving wife, mother, grandmother, and friend. On February 14, 1984, she married Kenneth Fred Davis. Her greatest achievement in life was giving birth to 3 daughters. Bonnie will always be remembered and appreciated for her Christmas gifts of frosted sugar cookies and handmade gifts for her grandchildren and friends. She also will be remembered for her mustard potato salad and secret recipe turkey dressing at Christmas and Thanksgiving that were passed down from her mother.

Bonnie’s daughters remember when she was a volunteer group leader for the Campfire Organization when they were young; as well as volunteering at their schools in Moore. She also volunteered at Hospice Quality Care on South Sooner Road in Midwest City.

Bonnie was preceded in death by her parents John Paul Mattison Sr. and Mabel Lorraine Brewer Mattison Bell; her husband Kenneth Fred Davis; her oldest daughter Connie R Vaughn; brother John P Mattison Jr. and spouse Phyllis Mattison; brother Tommy Mattison and spouse Carolyn Mattison; brother Ronnie D Mattison; and many beloved Aunts, Uncles, and cousins from the Brewer and Mattison families of Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Bonnie is survived by daughter Dianna Linn Calbaugh and spouse Leroy W Calbaugh; daughter Teresa Louise Sand and spouse Randy K Sand; grandchildren Jason T Ayres, Bradley S Ayres, Katherine L Ayres, Randy K Sand, Steven K Sand, Staci M Sand; and great grandchild Rylynn Sand.

Memorial Contributions can be made to Hospice Quality Care Inc. at 921 S Sooner Rd., Midwest City, OK 73110, their phone number is (405) 619-9100.

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Sue Kerr

June 25, 2020

I met Bonnie at Sooner Quality Hospice after her husband died. All the ladies in our group became as close as family having all gone through the same thing (the death of our husbands). Bonnie was special because she was so caring. If someone needed a ride or something done she was there. Even though she was diabetic she always made the best goodies for the rest of us. I talked with Bonnie several times when she was going to move in with one of her daughters telling her what worked in my similar situation and why it was a good thing. I loved her like a sister and will miss seeing her smiling face. I love you Bonnie and I know you’re ok being with your Lord. That’s the only thing about her death that is ok is I know she believed in the Lord and that gave her strength. I love you Sue

Sheri Evans

June 25, 2020

Bonnie was a precious person and she was one of the most giving and loving people I have known. She has shared her sewing talents, craft talents and cooking talents with me personally and with our Ladies Support Group at Hospice Quality Care, as well as sharing her volunteer time. I treasure the many items she has shared with me, and will always remember her as a sweet, loving, wonderful person who could sew, cook, make crafts, and also make friends with everyone she met. She would help anyone who needed it. She also loved to laugh, and was just plain fun to be around. May God bless her family in a special way, as they remember her lovingly. I am blessed for having known her. Love from (Chaplain) Sheri and daughter Shelby

Judy Harrison

June 25, 2020

Bonnie was a dedicated volunteer and friend of hospice. She always had a smile and helped at the inpatient hospice. She treated the nurses to cakes and special treats as well as handmade gifts. She was a blessing and will be missed

Shelli Landgrebe

June 25, 2020

Bonnie was the best other mom a girl could have. I lived at her house as much as I lived at my own. I was part of the Camp Fire Girls "gang". She learned how to macrame` backwards so she could teach me, I'm left handed. When my granddaughters came along the each got a gift made just for them, they still fight over them. Love you mom.❤😥

Ken Carpenter

June 24, 2020

Sorry for your loss. Enjoyed meeting her with Teresa

Staci Sand

June 24, 2020

Grammy was an amazing grandma she was teaching me how to sew and I know a little bit, and now I will have to learn the rest on my own. She was good, she made me dresses and blankets. She how to Crochet and made all my barbie house Furniture. I have it all packed away for when I have a daughter. I miss her, but know she is in a better place and no longer suffering. RIP Grammy I love you.

Laurie and David Hudson

June 24, 2020

Bonnie was a precious woman, wonderful Christian, and beloved cousin. We have wonderful memories over the years of her and her brothers. She will be greatly missed. Sending love and prayers of comfort to all the others who knew and loved her. We will miss you, but we know you are in your Heavenly Home.

Christie Cook

June 24, 2020

Bonnie was a great Mom. I spent many times at her house with my best friend Teresa. She always treated me like one of the gang. We had Birthday sleep overs where Bonnie made mushroom pizza. One year we took phone books and made Mr. and Mrs. Claus. My mom loved them. Bonnie you were a wonderful, cherished person and will be missed. The world was a better place because you were in it...
Love Christie

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