Marie Frances Davis

September 02, 1932 ‒ February 02, 2019

Fredericktown, Ohio

Marie Frances Davis, age 86, of Fredericktown passed away on Saturday, February 2, 2019 at the Knox Community Hospital.

She was born on September 2, 1932 in Rivesville, West Virginia to the late Robert and Mary Coogle.  Marie grew up in Cardington, Ohio until her family moved to Fredericktown when she was in Junior High School. This is where she met John H. Davis and they were married in 1951. She was a devoted wife, mother and grandmother.

She leaves a legacy of a strong and passionate faith in God. Marie was one of the original members of the Fredericktown Church of Christ where she taught children and ladies Bible classes for many years. She began working at the Struble Bank in Fredericktown and retired from Sprint.

She is survived by her two grandchildren, Cory Kiser-Davis and Tia Ammon Corie; two great-granddaughters, Gracie Marie and Zoe Rae; her sister Bertha (Ernie) Frazier; a brother Carl (Judith) Coogle; and several nieces and nephews.

In addition to her parents, Marie was preceded in death by her husband, John H. Davis; her daughter, Lynda Jo Ammon; her brother, Robert Coogle; and her sister, Martha Little.

Her desire was to set a Christian example to all she met. During the last two yearsshe lived in Brookdale Community and continued to order Bible study books forher new friends and to tell them about God. She will be missed by all who loved her.

Friends may call on Friday, February 8, 2019 from 11AM-1PM at the Snyder Funeral Home in Fredericktown.  A service will follow, beginning at 1PM, with Mr. Rick Liggin officiating.  Burial will take place at Forest Cemetery in Fredericktown.

In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Fredericktown Church of Christ.

To send the family a condolence online visit: www.snyderfuneralhomes.com

The Snyder Funeral Home is honored to serve the family of Marie Frances Davis.

 

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  • Marie, my friend since fourth grade – always gentle, always kind and beautiful inside and out- I will miss her. She truly leaves a legacy of kindness – never to be forgotten.

  • Our thoughts and prayers are with your family at the loss of Marie. She was an inspiration to many.

  • Families of Bertha and Ernie, Carl and Judy and others, so sad to hear of the passing of Marie, (a dear friend). Fred and I had many good times together, and helped with adopting Lynda Jo-a good friend of our daughter Shelly Many blessings and prayers to all.

  • Marie was certainly a strong and compassionate Christian. I enjoyed her wisdom and her love I will miss her although I haven’t seen her in a long while. I think of her often. We are so sorry for your loss. Very Sincerely Don and Linda Shaffer. I’m sorry I won’t be able to come to the.services . You all will be in my thoughts and prayers

  • I will miss this sweet lady and look forward to seeing Marie and John reunited when we go home to Heaven! She mourned his loss every day.
    Rest peacefully, dear little friend!

  • TO AL THE FAMILY: MY DEEPEST SYMPATHY IN THE LOSS OF MARIE… SHE WAS MY FRIEND N BUDDY IN OUR JUNIOR HIGH YEARS AND BEYOND….I HAVE A GREAT PICTURE OF US IN THOSE CAREFREE AND HAPPY DAYS.. I WISH I COULD COME AND SEE YOU, BUT I BROKE MY ANKLE AND CAN’ T WALK TO WELL WITH THIS BOOT SO BERTHA AND CARL, KNOW THAT I AM THERE WITH YOU IN SPIRIT AND HEART. SHE WAS A GREAT FRIEND WHO I WILL NOT FORGET..

    LORRAINE [ADAMS] WILSON

  • I fondly remember Marie on our family trips to Ohio from the time I was a little girl. So sorry to each of you for your loss. Becky sent me a message after Bertha had called her. It was wonderful to see all the pictures and share in your memories. May God comfort you in your loss.

  • My deepest sympathy to the families she left behind.. I have never met a kinder, sweeter person. Lynda Jo was in my daughter, Jayne Wellers’ class at school and would come home with her to spend the night, but without fail, at midnight, I would have to take her home.Marie is really at home now. We are all better for having known her, a great example for all.