Mary "Kathy" Kathryn Davis

April 28, 1960 - July 30, 2019

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Mary "Kathy" Kathryn Davis age 59 a resident of Washington, NC died Tuesday, July 30, 2019 at her home.
The family will have a memorial service at a later date.
Kathy was born in Guilford County on April 28, 1960 the daughter of the late Gil Roy Davis, Jr. and Ellen "Joann" Davis who survives.
Along with her mother: Joann Davis of Greensboro, NC, Kathy is survived by two brothers: Michael Davis and wife Andrea of Thomasville, NC; James Lewis Davis and wife Connie of Cartersville, GA; four nephews and two nieces.
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Joseph B. Paul, Jr. Funeral Director Licensee of Washington is serving the Davis family.

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  • August 04, 2019
    Cindy Lockamy Lindsey says:
    Kathy, I will always remember our days in college at UNC-W and all the fun we had. I am so glad
    We reconnected recently and I really enjoyed our talks and reminiscing about those college days
    And just catching up with each other. You will always be in my heart and my memories. Rest easy my friend and I hope you know how special you were and are to me. You will be missed but you will love on in my thoughts and memories. God Bless you my dear sweet friend. You left way to soon. Thank you for being my friend, I will miss you and love you forever.
    Cindy Lockamy Lindsey, North Carolina

  • August 02, 2019
    Meagan Overman says:
    Kathy, you were such a sweet lady and I so greatly appreciated how you cared for my son at Kids Kollege. I often found him in your lap when I came to pick him up. Sometimes you would be singing to him or reading a book. It gave my heart a lot of peace knowing he was in your care. We will surely miss you, sweet Kathy. Until we meet again.

  • August 01, 2019
    Lillian White says:
    Words cannot express how you impacted my life. The years we worked, giggled, laughed, shared tears together as coworkers equipped me to walk in your steps as a Special Education teacher. You always had a giving heart. You were a peaceful spirit and now you are rewarded with a heavenly peace!!! My only regret is we didn't make it to the old folks home together and we didn't get to write our book