Marilyn Kay Davis 1948-2020

20086Marilyn Kay Davis was born in December of 1948 and died at home August 18, 2020 after a two-and a half year battle with liver cancer.

There will be a private service with no visitation. Tanzyus Logan Funeral Service and Care is in charge of arrangements.

Marilyn was the eldest daughter of James Raymond and Norma Jean  Smith. She married Richard Kerr in 1969 and to that union two sons were born. She married Scott Davis in May of 1991.

She is survived by her husband, Scott; her mother and sisters, Sherry Hagan and Nancy Hegarty; brothers, Jim (Cindy) Smith and Mike Smith; sons, Doug (Kelli) Kerr and Andy (Melissa) Kerr. She was Grammy Mo Mo to granddaughters Brittany (Aaron) Hogan, Courtaney (Matt) Beiler, Amelia Kerr and grandson Ben Kerr. Great Grandchildren are Izzabella, John Jay, Beau, Jameson, Rhett and Emmy Lou. Mother- in- law is Bert Davis and brothers-in-law are Doug Davis and Greg Davis. Marilyn had many wonderful aunts, uncles, nephews, nieces, and cousins on three sides.

She was preceded in death by her father; father-in-law, Carl Davis; and brothers-in-law, Dave Hegarty and Rick Davis.

Marilyn was a Cub Scout leader and taught many young children bowling as a youth league instructor in several houses. She had a beautiful smile and outgoing personality, and made many friends at Marcia’s and Jan’s. She always drove sports cars and loved her family, friends, cats, gardening, watching birds and newborn fawns.

Thanks to Chelsea, Jamie, and Dr. Wonderful at St. Mary’s radiology as well as Kisty and Lindsey at HSHS Hospice Care.

We had one heck of a run, my Honey Bunny!

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2 thoughts on “Marilyn Kay Davis 1948-2020

  1. Scott and all of your family member, we are heart broken to hear of Marilyn’s passing. She was always with a smile on her face and and a real joy to be around. She loved sharing memories of children and grandchildren and her travels. I can still hear her amazing laugh. We are praying for comfort at this difficult time and hope that time will help you heal. With our deepest sympathy. Jim & Rosie Ragan

  2. Scott, Norma, Doug, Andy, your families & all of Marilyn’s family: So sorry for this sad occasion. As the obit said – Marilyn always had a smile & a giggle. She exuded joy even in these hard times of illness. Marilyn was fun to be around & her love for her sons & grandchildren was evident. Lynette & I will miss her. May the Lord give you all His comfort & peace & strength for the way.

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