• Ms. Curley B. Davis

    23 Jun 2014

  • farewell     

    Ms. Curley B. Davis

    D.O.D. 06/22/2014
    Age: 72
    Place of Death: DCH (Tuscaloosa)

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    Funeral services for Ms. Curley B. Davis will be held Saturday June 28,2014 at 1pm at Porter St. Paul CME Church, Rev. James Copeland will officiate burial will follow in Cedar Oak Memorial Park. The remains will lie in state one hour prior to funeral time at the church. Wills’ Funeral Service of Northport in charge of all arrangements.
    Public viewing: Friday 12noon-7pm
    Flower times: Friday 9am-5pm
     Saturday 9am-11:15am
  • 3 comments

    Granny, words can't describe how I'm feeling right now. You treated me as if I was your own and you always showed me love and support in all I did. You really don't know how many children you touched while working in my classroom. They enjoyed seeing you every morning, ready to read a book or hold them in your arms. I'm gonna miss all the stories about how you were in your younger days. I will always remember your loving smile and how you said I had ways like your sister Bobbie and how I needed to have just one child at least. You were so much more than just a foster grandparent to me, you were a woman of wisdom, laughhter, fighter in your battle of the illness and just a wonderful and loveable woman to be around. I've tried hard not to break down and cry because I can hear you now "Odie don't cry for me because I'm ok and I have lived my life to the fullest, you better have a smile and celebrate my life". I love you and I know you knew it till the end of your fight and I'm so hurt because I wish Icould have gotten one more time to just talk to you.

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    R.I.P MoMo..You were always there for my daughters. I am so blessed that you were the girls great grandmother. I know God chose the perfect flower for his garden. We love you always!

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    You are at peace and in a state of tranquility.I am thankful for caring advice and wonderful conversation. You will be missed Cousin Curley.

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