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Sue Ann Davis

November 15, 1954 - April 30, 2020

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Posted by:
George Nixon

Posted on:
May 4, 2020

My sincere condolences to the family. Sue is fondly remembered.

Posted by:
Ross Fulton

Posted on:
May 3, 2020

When I served the Mound City/Fortescue/Shiloh United Methodist Church, I was privileged to be the then, Maryville District Youth Coordinator. Sue was involved in the Tarkio UMC youth ministries. She had such a good spirit about her. Others have mentioned her smile. They are so correct. May God's comfort and peace be with her friends/community and family!

Posted by:
Karen Jarman

Posted on:
May 2, 2020

I am so sad to hear of Sue's passing. My heart goes out to her family and friends. I have known Sue since she was born and have wonderful memories of her and her family. Sue was always quick to smile and laugh. She was always up for something new and beat me regularly in cards and board games. Sue and Lou instilled in me, as in others, a love of books. She had such a great heart and was a wonderful friend.

Posted by:
Catherine Campbell Saunders

Posted on:
May 1, 2020

I am Carolyn Campbell's Sister. I have the exact memories of Sue Ann. Aunt Lou and Uncle Don's was our favorite place to go when the Texans traveled every summer to North West Missouri. Sue Ann was so sweet to us. It was a special treat to spend the night. I am sad to hear of her passing. I also wanted to take a road trip to see her. Carolyn lives two hours away from me. We both had thought of Sue Ann this week before we got the unhappy news. Thank you to all her friends for being in her life.

Posted by:
Carolyn Campbell

Posted on:
May 1, 2020

Sue Ann was my first cousin. Her mother and mine, Nellie Miller Campbell, were sisters. I have very fond memories of visiting them in Tarkio during the summer. My family lives in Texas. We enjoyed going swimming, spending the night in her attic bedroom, going to the theater (even back then she was an avid fan!), watching the first moon landing with her, and playing games in their basement. She was always so sweet to her younger girl cousins who wanted to be just like her! She and I reconnected via FB and texts the past few years. I thought of her just last week and was planning to contact her about visiting. I am so very sad to hear of her passing. I would love to hear from other family memories if you would like to connect. Much love to all who cared for her and were close to her. She was a truly genuine sweet spirit! Carolyn Campbell

Posted by:
LaRee Lager

Posted on:
May 1, 2020

Sue was a great friend while we were in Tarkio at college. She always had a smile and a great laugh. She will be missed

Posted by:
Shelly Fenner

Posted on:
May 1, 2020

Sue was a such a wonderful lady!!! I absolutely enjoyed talking to her when she came to get her teeth cleaned and over the years she became a wonderful friend! I will miss her sweet smile and her love for friends and he faith in God. My heart is so sad!

Posted by:
Judy Rail DeBuhr

Posted on:
April 30, 2020

Sue Ann was a year behind me in school. I always considered her a friend and I send heartfelt condolences to her family. I’m grateful to God that her pain is over.