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Born:March 18, 1926
Troy, NY
Died:November 22, 2006
Manassas, VA

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Beverly E. Davis went home to be with the Lord and her late husband Lynwood, on November 22, 2006. She passed away peacefully with her children by her side. 

She was born March 18, 1926, in Troy New York and went to New York City when she was eighteen as a young woman to begin life journey. She later settled in the Washington DC area where she met her husband of 41 years. They started their life together and raised their four children.

She retired from the National Technical Information Service, Department of Commerce after 20 years of service. Her and Lynwood later relocated to Fredericksburg, Virginia to enjoy retirement. She was a true Christian with deep belief and love for God, church and family. She shared her love of music, Broadway shows, Bridge, reading, traveling, shopping, pets with her extended family and friends. She was always on the go and lived life to its fullest.

She was survived by her three daughters, Patricia L. Davis of Stafford VA, Sherrie A. Davis of Manassas, VA, Lori J. Voyzey and her husband Keith of Springfield, VA, her son, Mark E. Davis and his wife Debra of Spotsylvania,VA, 3 granddaughters, Brooke Jean Voyzey, Amanda Lynn Voyzey of Springfield VA, and Brittney Nichole Davis of Spotsylvania, VA. She was blessed with a lifetime full of many close and dear friends.

The service will be at All Saints Episcopal Church 11:00am Wednesday 29, 2006 with a gathering of friends and family to follow at the church from 12 noon until 1:00pm.

Following the gathering at the church there will be a short ceremony at Riverview Cemetery in Charlottesville, Va at 3:30pm.

Riverview Cemetery 1701 Chesapeake St
Charlottesville, VA 22902(434) 293-4767

In lieu of flowers donations to the following will be appreciated.

All Saints Episcopal Church: 5290 Saratoga Lane
Woodbridge, Virginia 22193 Phone(703)670-0093

Capitol Hospice: 9300 Lee HWY, suite 200
Fairfax, Virginia 22031 Phone (703)531-6225

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Dear friend you will be missed but are in a better place, rest in peace, Dottie
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Bev was my Mother-In-Law, a true friend and when the time came I was so glad that I was able to be there for her and her family. I would love for the family to know that it was truly my honor to take care of her and be there for her every way possible. I was very blessed to have been called her Daughter-In-Law. Bev you live on in my heart and memories. I promise to love your son and take care of him to the end of our time when we join you. Love and Miss you!
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i have lost a true friend , but will remember her for a life time.bev was a loving and caring mother and grandmother who was so loved by all.thank you for the memories and your friendship. we love you bev and you will for ever be in my hart rest my friend .
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Mom you are now with Dad and can truly rest. We will miss you but you will never be gone, you will be with us always in our hearts.
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I will miss you beverly, we will meet again on day I am sure. You always had a smile and good things to say, truly one of a kind. Save me a seat at the Bridge table.
Your friend,
Martha Roberts.

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Beverly time takes us all but only the true make it home. Enjoy you time at home with the lord and Lynn he's been waiting for you. A great lady and friend.

P.S love the website idea.

All my best,
Julie Wilson

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Dear Grammie, you have been the best grandmother anyone could ever ask for. You were always there for me when I needed you and you always knew how to put a smile on my face. I appreciated our time together so much and I thank you for not only being a positive role model in my life, but for also being my best friend, too. You will always be in my heart and never forgotten. With love, your granddaughter. R.I.P.
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Lori, Pat, Sherie, Mark

Your mother was a very kind and gentle woman. It is with my deepest sympathy I express to you all the loss of a awesome woman. Everyone leaves footprints in our lives and I feel so blessed to have had your mother walk through mine. May God bless you all during this time and may you find comfort in knowing that she rests with the Most High. God Bless you all...
Gina Rinaldi and family

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