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Theresa Sue Davis

Davis

Theresa Sue Davis (Terri Sue), passed away on Sunday, September 1st at the age of 68 with her family close by her side in her home. Terri Sue was a wonderful mother, sister, grandma (mimi), cousin and friend. Her life was full of vibrant, fulfilling relationships with both her family and her close circle of friends.

She had a tremendous heart and was always seen with a huge smile and a willing hug. Terri Sue was an incredibly nurturing and loving mother and never missed a game, recital or graduation. Her children and grandchildren were the pride of her life.

Terri Sue spent most of her life working as a property manager at the Lake of the Ozarks, which she called “her happy place”. In her later years she returned to Kansas City to be closer to family. Terri Sue, the younger of two daughters, was born in Kansas City, MO to Bill and Jeanne Bowen. She grew up in Overland Park, KS and Dodge City, KS and she graduated from Shawnee Mission West in 1969. In 1970, she married Terry Lee Davis and they had two children: Brian and Jennifer (Beck).

Terri Sue is survived by her son, Brian (wife Susan) daughter, Jennifer Beck (Phil), her sister, of Raleigh, NC, Marcia Ramirez and her grandchildren; Taylor, Ally, Weston, Shelby, Harper, Hadleigh and her dog, Lexi.

Services

Services for Terri Sue will be September 20, 2019, 5:00 PM, at St. Ann Catholic Church, 7231 Mission Rd, Prairie Village, KS. There will be a reception following the service in the parish hall basement.

Memorial Contributions

In lieu of flowers please consider donations to the Stowers Institute for Medical Research in Terri’s name at  www.stowers.org/support

 

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