Betty Sue Davis, 85, passed from this life on Thursday, October 13, 2022, at the Highlands in Owasso.
Sue Davis was born on February 26, 1937, in Rock Creek, OK to Archie Blackston and Ruby (Puckett) Lambert. Sue was the oldest child of three girls. Sue’s family traveled around the country in the oil field when she was young. When it was time for high school her father asked her where she wanted to graduate from. She picked Hominy, Ok. The family moved to Hominy so she could spend her high school years in one school. She graduated from Hominy in 1955 where she was involved in the girl’s glee club, mixed chorus, the honor society, the small chorale, student council, vice president of her class, and a basketball attendant. Sue became a member of the First Baptist Church when she moved here and has been a lifelong member.
During high school she met Ancil Davis. They got married April 15, 1957 and spent the next 59 plus years together. To this union they had three children, two boys and a girl. Sue started working at the First National Bank in Hominy. Then she was the bookkeeper for her husband at the service station, until she went to work for the Oklahoma Correctional System, where she was in the payroll department. She retired from there.
Sue loved spending time with her family. She was an incredible seamstress. Her and her sisters loved to go shopping at J.C. Penney.
Sue is survived by her son Rocky Davis; her sister, Wanda Holding; seven grandchildren, Jami and Hunter Woods, Joseph and Lindsey Jones, Jillian Rumsey, Jordan and Sarah Jones, Jerrod and Sammi Jones, Tyler and Reide Davis, and Kali Davis; eleven great grandchildren with one more in the oven, Elijah Woods, Jacoby Woods, Jaxson Woods, Easton Woods, Daxton Jones, Oakley Jones, Brylee Rumsey, Brynlee Rumsey, Braden Jones, Carson Jones, Allie Jones and one more little one. She was preceded in death by her parents, Archie and Ruby Lambert; her husband, Ancil Davis; one son, Randy Davis; one daughter, Ronda Jones; and one sister, Joy McNeff.
Sue Davis memorial service will be Tuesday, October 18, 2022, at 10:00am, First Baptist Church in Hominy, OK. Arrangement and service are overseen by Powell Funeral Service, Hominy, OK