Cindy Davis, age 80, a resident of Greenville and former resident of Washington, NC died Monday June 21, 2021 at her house.
A memorial services will be held 4:00 PM Friday June 25, 2021 at Initial Baptist Church and will be officiated by Dr. Greg Barmer.
Cindy Davis was born in Asheville, NC on January 23, 1941 to Eulalia (Biddie) and Jim Atkins. She grew up as an Air Force brat and traveled most of those people several years, but often coming again to Kenly, NC with her Mother when her Dad would be stationed someplace spouse and children could not go. Her appreciate for eastern North Carolina begun in people many years. She met and married Luther J. Davis, Jr. at Whiteman AFB, Missouri, and they moved to Elizabeth Metropolis, in close proximity to Luther’s dwelling. In 1966 they moved to Washington, NC exactly where they created their property for most of the future 50 many years.
They raised their 3 boys there and Cindy was very associated with the PTAs at a variety of educational facilities and the Beaufort County Community Live performance Series. Although operating with each of these teams, she commenced a fund to air ailment the previous superior college auditorium so audiences could be additional relaxed for superior college programs and concert events. After moving to Magnolia Shores she served the county move the very first metropolis drinking water ordinance by volunteering to speak to in excess of 250 dwelling owners in the district.
She was active in the 1st Baptist Church and the Washington Women’s Bible Analyze. A daily life modifying encounter was the Emmaus Walk. Other interests integrated encouraging her son, Doug, begin the Washington Racquet Club and she put in 14 decades performing with finding the Turnage Theater reopened. After her initially bout with cancer, she labored as a volunteer in oncology for various years savoring aiding individuals great doctors and nurses as much as possible.
Having fun with the Pamlico River was a continuing spotlight of her lifestyle alongside with emotion “at home in Washington”. The difficult decision to leave the river and the town to move to Cypress Glen in 2015 was built due to well being good reasons, but she felt she was “walking with the Prince of Peace” and was very content in the new environment and building new friends. She also had amazing periods at Atlantic Beach front and Blowing Rock with relatives and mates. Later in existence she was launched to duplicate bridge soon after her tennis and walking days ended up in excess of, she relished that new problem alongside with swimming and doing drinking water aerobics.
She is survived by her loving partner of 58 many years, Luther J. Davis, Jr., sons, Doug Davis of Pinetown, Josh Davis and wife Jen of Raleigh, Jim Davis and wife Charlotte of Spartanburg, SC, grandson Craig Davis and wife Lindsay of Washington, fantastic grandsons, Tres and Liam, grandson Will Davis of Pinetown, grandsons, Luke Davis, Noah Davis and granddaughter Isabel Davis of Raleigh, and grandsons Layton Davis, Asa Davis, Jackson Corridor, and granddaughter Maddie Hall of Spartanburg, SC. She was preceded in demise by the two her parents and brother, Jim Atkins of O’Berry Centre in Goldsboro.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be designed to To start with Baptist Church and the Turnage Theater in Washington.
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Paul Funeral Home & Crematory of Washington is honored to serve the Davis Relatives.