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Mary J. Davis
  • February 10, 1933
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  • February 18, 2021

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Mary J. Davis, a resident of Cape Coral, Florida and a former longtime resident of Wisconsin, passed away peacefully on February 18,2021.  Mary was born on February 10, 1933 when her parents Clyde and Mildred (Mack) Parsons welcomed her into the world.  She resided in Brattleboro, Vermont until she married the love of her life Albert W. Davis Jr. and moved to Wisconsin. In Wisconsin, Mary originally was a homemaker for her growing family and then was employed at various jobs until her professional career ended working in Human Resources at Johnson Controls.

Many relatives and friends will miss Mary including her children Janet(Russ) Oleksyszyn of Cape Coral Fl, Mark(Kaio) Davis of Aracati Brazil, Donna(Conrad) Metz of Ft. Myers Beach, Fl, Glen(Deborah) Davis of Fond Du Lac, WI, and Linda(Tim) Wielgus of Wisconsin Dells, WI.  She is also survived by her sister Elizabeth May of Spofford Lake, NH, Five grandchildren, four great-grandchildren and many nieces and nephews.  Mary was proceeded in death by her late husband Albert W. Davis Jr, her brothers Richard and Clyde Parsons and her sister Beverly Allen.

Mary was passionate about her family as well as being very devoted to her Catholic faith.  She had many pastimes including quilting and crocheting, doing arts and crafts as well as playing bingo and going to casinos.  She lived a full life and will be greatly missed.

Mary’s wish was to be cremated and that her ashes be returned to Wisconsin.  Services will be private.  The family would like to thank the compassionate care given to Mary at Opal of Cape Coral, the Lodge at Cypress Cove and at Hope Hospice.

Family and friends may sign the guest register or leave a condolence message by visiting www.baldwincremation.com.


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