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Eddie Vae Davis

ELM GROVE – Eddie Vae Davis, 92, has gone to be with her Heavenly Father and her husband.

Visitation will be held at Hill Crest Memorial Funeral Home in Haughton, LA on Friday evening between the hours of 5-7 p.m. Private interment will follow on Saturday afternoon.

Eddie Vae Davis was born February 5, 1921, and raised in Rocky Mount, LA. She is preceded in death by her parents, Edward and Vallie Lockey; and her loving husband, Lee H. Davis.

Eddie Vae and Lee were married for 54 years and lived in Bossier City, LA. She was a member of First United Methodist Church of Bossier where she counseled youth, taught Sunday school, and sang in the choir. She was one of the first to receive a life membership in the United Methodist Women Association. As a dedicated member of her church, she was appointed many leadership roles. She retired from the Bossier Parish School Board after being a dietician at Parkway High School, Meadowview Elementary and Central Park Elementary. One of her favorite times of the year was Christmas. She loved cooking for her family and for her close friends in her home.

She is survived by her only son, Larry L. Davis and his wife, Madge of Elm Grove, LA; one grandson, Greg L. Davis and wife, Kay of Blanchard, LA; and four granddaughters, Debra H. and husband, Dr. Michael Williams of Bossier City, LA, Michelle Davis of Benton, LA, Meredith Morrison and husband, Tom of Apollo Beach, FL, and Jennifer Shann Gutierrez or Bossier City, LA; ten great-grandchildren and five great-great-grandchildren.

Eddie Vae lived by her favorite Bible verse; 1Corinthians 13:4, “Love is patient, love is kind.”

The family would like to thank the nurses and aides at Village at the Glen who cared for Eddie and also Linda Huffman and staff at The Glen View of Bossier for all of their loving care and compassion.

Memorials may be made to the Alzheimers Associaon, 910 Pierremont Road, Ste. 410, Shreveport, LA 71106.

You may offer condolences and sign the on-line guest book by visiting www.hillcrestmemorialfh.com.

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