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Doane Beal & Ames

729 Route 134, South Dennis, MA

OBITUARY

Mildred Louise Davis

August 4, 1921December 8, 2019

SOUTH DENNIS - Mildred Louise Davis (Louise), 98, of South Dennis, Massachusetts died on December 8th at her home. Born in Beaverdale, Pennsylvania, she became a nurse after high school, and served her country from 1939 to 1942 as an Army nurse in Europe during World War II, ending her service with the rank of 1st Lieutenant. She met her husband, Erwin Davis during her tour of duty. They married in 1946, and she worked at the Boston Lying-in. After becoming a mother and moving to Hingham, Massachusetts, she worked for a number of years for the Milton school system as a school nurse. Louise and her family moved to South Dennis in 1967. She continued her nursing career with VNA of Central Cape Cod, where she continued until her retirement in 1986. Louise was the wife of late Erwin Davis for 52 years and is survived by her sister Janet Barney and brother Regis McNeill. She leaves behind two sons and their wives, E. Winn Davis and Linda of Falmouth,MA, and Alan M. Davis and his wife Betty Ann of West Barnstable. She is also survived by her grandchildren Elizabeth Andreev and husband Konstantin of Manhattan, NY, Benson Davis of Natick, MA and Taylor Davis of Natick, MA. Additionally she had one great grandchild, Victoria Andreev. Her family will all miss her dearly. Louise was active in her community, having served on the Board of Directors for the local library for many years. She served as the treasurer for her neighborhood association, and organized many 4th of July festivities. She thoroughly enjoyed reading, gardening, cooking and sewing. More than anything, Louise loved to tell a good joke, and had a great sense of humor. She continued to socialize to the end with her close circle of friends, who will miss her friendship and quick wit. Graveside service at the Bourne National Cemetery will be private.

  • FAMILY

  • Erwin Davis, Husband
  • Janet Barney, Sister
  • Regis McNeill, Brother
  • E. Winn Davis (His wife Linda), Son
  • Alan M. Davis (His wife Betty Ann), Son
  • Elizabeth Andreev (Husband Konstantin), Grandchild
  • Benson Davis, Grandchild
  • Taylor Davis, Grandchild
  • Victoria Andreev, Great Grandchild
  • her grandchildren Elizabeth Andreev and husband Konstantin of Manhattan, NY, Benson Davis of Natick, MA and Taylor Davis of Natick, MA. Additionally she had one great grandchild, Victoria Andreev. Her family will all miss her dearly.

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Tammy Dube

December 16, 2019

My condolences to the Davis family .I have many found memories of Bud and Louise growing up next door. Very kind loving and extremely funny .. I'll cherish the memories. Cheers to your memories. Sincerely Tammy Dube

Carol Shafer Livingstone

December 16, 2019

Winn, Alan and Families,
Our sincere condolences on the death of your mom. Bud and Louise were early summer neighbors from long ago. At about age 10, I learned her trick of putting a thumb print in the middle of hamburg patties to keep them from shrinking. Louise filled the depression with Worcestershire Sauce (how exotic). She always had a warm welcome for a knock at her door, even by a youngster.
I know my folks were pleased when the Davis's made Norse Road their year-round home. There are not many of the original neighbors left. That generation is almost gone.
This community, on Follins Pond, was a great place to grow up thanks to the wonderful Moms and Dads that brought us together here.
May she rest in peace.
Carol Shafer Livingstone and Bob Livingstone
South Dennis

Anne Speyer

December 13, 2019

The last time I saw Louise was this past March, when I brought over the scrapbook I had compiled of 100 years of South Dennis Library history. We sat on the couch together, reminiscing and, as typical when Louise was around, laughing. I’m caregiver for a 94 year old husband, so I have not been able to visit since, but I will always treasure that time spent with a strong, vibrant woman who was a highlight of my 16 years at the library. I’ll miss her.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY