On August 19, 2020, on the twentieth anniversary of her father's death, Judy Davis, 60, of Kingsbury Texas, went to her heavenly home.
She leaves behind her husband of 35 years, Danny Davis of Kingsbury, Texas, son Johnny Robbins and his wife Christie of Marshall, Arkansas, her daughter Jennifer Baker and her husband Russell of Kingsbury, Texas.
Judy has six grandchildren that were her heart. Tyler Robbins and his wife Leena of Texas, Caleb Godsey and his wife Rylee of Arkansas, Evan Nutt of Texas, Brooke and Lauren Baker of Texas and Keegan Robbins of Arkansas. Judy loved being a "Nana" and spoiled her grandchildren.
She also leaves behind her brother Rick Richardson and his wife Dolly of West Plains, Missouri, her sisters Pat Summers and her husband Jerry of Blytheville, Arkansas and her sister Gerl Simpson of Gosnell, Arkansas.
Judy was loved by countless nieces and nephews. Her special bond with her niece Teresa Cybulski was a treasure and she held a special place in her heart for her niece.
Judy worked at Walmart on Parker RD in Jonesboro, Arkansas as well as Walmart in Taylor, Texas for over twenty years. Walmart was very special to her and the friends that she made while working there became family.
Judy was of Pentecost belief and had a strong relationship with the Lord. Her favorite passage comes from the book of Ruth " Where you go I will go, Where you stay I will stay." Ruth 1:16
Judy was preceded in death by her parents Frank and Geneva Richardson, her brother Jerry Richardson, her sisters, Frankie Bowels, Bettie McDaniel, and Virgie Barrentine.
Judy had the spirit of a wildflower and the strength of a steel magnolia. She will be remembered for her fun loving disposition and her loving heart.
A private memorial service will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers, offering of condolences can be made to Guadalupe Regional Medical Center Hospice in Seguin Texas.
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