Patricia "Patsy" Davis

March 17, 1945December 1, 2018
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Patricia “Patsy” Davis (Hunt), beloved Wife, Mother, and Sister was born in Snowflake, Arizona on March 17, 1945 and passed away peacefully surrounded by loved ones in Phoenix on December 1st, 2018. Patsy was predeceased by her parents John and Marge Hunt and brother Edd of Snowflake, AZ. She is survived by her husband Bill, daughters Jill Ratke (Jason) and Mischa Lentz (Bryan), son Ryan (Lora), granddaughter Rylee, sisters Sonja Cherry, Deanne Hatch, and brother Dale Hunt.

She was a proud native Arizonan and proud of her extensive family heritage. After graduating high school she left Snowflake for the big city of Phoenix to attend cosmetology school. She was a hairdresser at Adam’s Rib in Scottsdale for 5 years before starting her family. After taking time off to raise her babies, she enjoyed 30 years of making memories with coworkers and customers at Smitty’s store #6. She will be greatly missed but her spirit lives on through her children and grandchildren and the many traditions she has given us. The family would like to especially thank Hospice of the Valley for their support and compassion during her final days. We are eternally grateful.


  • Cory Hatch
  • Joshua Hatch
  • Kelly Hunt
  • Bryan Lentz
  • Jason Ratke


  • Celebration of Life Friday, December 7, 2018
  • Graveside Service Friday, December 7, 2018

Patricia "Patsy" Davis

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Jackie Yarn

December 8, 2018

I am so thankful I was able to see Aunt Patsy and have lunch with her last spring before I moved to Washington! We laughed for 2 hours and ate great food! She and Aunt Deanne told the Story of their adventure to Texas to visit the Magnolia Silos! Aunt Pasty had the best laugh and I loved her expressions as Uncle Bill told his jokes or poked fun!! I love you and your family Aunt Patsy!!
Ben and Jackie Yarn

Linda Ha

December 6, 2018

I’m going to miss sharing stories, especially the ones filled with laughters, and enthusiasms of the wonderful recipes you’d come across. I’ll think about you when the Colorado corn comes in, when I make your pulled pork, or when I drape cheesecloth over my turkey. Around this time of year, you’d let me put a Santa hat or a snowflake on your ring finger. I’ll miss that. I’m grateful to be blessed with your time and presence for it brought a lot of wonderful things to our lives. The love you had for your family was enormous and we could feel the radiance of it. Now you can radiate that love from heaven. We’re going to miss you here on earth.

Lots of love and warmth,
Matt, Linda, and Everly

Wendy Aber

December 6, 2018

If love could have saved you, you would have lived forever. You have taught your family to love, to see beauty, to take their place in the world… and bloom there. Rest easy beautiful lady, you will be missed.
With much love and sympathy-Wendy Aber & Jeff Estes

Nancy Young

December 4, 2018

Pat was a very special lady. I worked with her at Smitty's and she always had a kind word. Sending prayers to the family.

Tiffany Driscoll

December 4, 2018

I love you Mrs. Davis.

Daniel Marshall

December 4, 2018

We worked together at Smitty's #6 and later in Fry's when she worked helping hire Greeters. She will be Missed.

Shannon White

December 4, 2018

I have had the privilege of knowing Pat as a neighbor when I was really young. Our neighborhood was like a big family. We had a lot of fun times and memories together that I will never forget. For my husband...he met Pat when he worked for Smitty’s when he was a young man. When we ran into Pat later in life we found out we both had been touched by having this wonderful lady in our lives. RIP Pat!! You are and have always been a beautiful angel! To the Davis family, our thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of sadness!