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Mary Opal Davis
March 12, 1928 - February 27, 2007

Mrs. Mary Opal Davis was born on Monday, March 12, 1928, daughter of the late Henry and Edith Smith. Mrs. Davis died Tuesday, February 27, 2007 at St. Bernard

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  1. Brian Davis, Trumann, Arkansas says

    Grandma, You were the best Grandmother that a boy could have. You were always there no matter what the circumstances were day or night, rain or shine. That meant so much more to me than I could ever express. You taught me the true value of life and always tried to stir me back into the right direction when I went off course. I'LL NEVER FORGET YOU!!!You meant so much to so many, Thanks.Love Always, Brian

  2. Tabatha, Harrisburg, AR says

    Opal was best person that anyone will ever meet. No one was a stranger to her. She was always happy and would give someone the shirt off her back without a second thought. If everyone had just a tenth of her faith and outlook on life, the world would truly be such a better place. Thanks for everything and all the Love you shared with us all. You will truly be missed. To the Davis family, I am truly sorry for such a great loss. My thoughts and prayers. She was truly an Angel amoung us!

  3. Troy and Nell White, Killen, AL says

    We extend our deepest sympathy to the Davis Family. We just heard of Opal's passing and am sorry we could not attend the funeral. We spent many hours with this wonderful family when we lived in Trumann and greatly miss Opal and W.F. and the boys. They were great friends and we will miss them!

  4. Kenny White, Memphis, TN says

    Mrs. Davis was a great friend to our family while we were in Trumann. She and W.F. were always supportive of me also. I shall miss them both.

  5. Cara Harrison, Trumann, AR says

    David, I am so sorry for your loss. I only spoke to your mother once on the phone but she seemed like such a sweet lady. I know she will be missed. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

  6. Marissa, Harrisburg, AR says

    I would like to extend my deepest sympaty to the Opal Davis family. She was a wonderful woman who will be greatly missed.

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  8. Donnie and Iva Scroggins, Baghdad, Iraq says

    David, I am truly sorry for your loss of your Mother at this time. I have fond memories of your Mother from her Church and my times there. I want to apologize for not being able to attend the Funeral because of being so far from home--I am there in thought. God Bless you and your family.Donnie Scroggins

  9. Terri Strange, Trumann says

    David, Just wanted to let you know that you are in my thoughts and prayers. If there is anything I can do just let me know.

  10. Marna Oldham, Jonesboro AR says

    David, I am so sorry for your loss. I wish I could have been there for you and Mika and the girls tonight, but I didn't have anyone to keep Meridith. If there is anything I can do, please let me know. God bless you and your family.Marna

  11. KENT HARRISON, VILONIA,AR. says

    WITH DEEPEST SYMPATHY,LOVE KENT

  12. wanda & butch hendrix, evening shade, ar 72532 says

    david and terry and familyour prayers are with all of you.wanda and butch hendrix

  13. JoAnn Harris, Marked Tree, AR says

    David & Terry, I was so sorry to hear about the passing of your mother. My thoughts, prayers and deepest sympathy go out to you both. Sincerely,JoAnn

  14. Glenda Mims, Jonesboro, AR says

    Extending you and your family our deepest sympathy in the loss of your beloved Mother.Your friends in Christ,Kenny & Glenda Mims

  15. Susan White, Trumann, AR says

    David & Terry, Mulberry Street will not be the same without Mrs. Davis. Every morning when I would take my girls to my mom's before school, we would always see your Mom out walking. She had wonderful stories to share about growing up on the farm. May God cover you with peace and comfort.

  16. Carrie Hendrix (Wyatt), North Little Rock, AR says

    David & TerryWhat a joy your mother was and the memories of our days in the Little Black Station wagon and the plays we held on Mulberry St are forever in my heart. The memory of her smile and laughter brings a smile to my face and a warming to my heart. She was truly an awesome lady always ready to help and share. May you find your peace, comfort and strength in God's abundance of grace and mercy. If only we were could all be a Mrs. Davis, what a wonderful place this world would be. My prayers are with all of you and I am so sorry for you loss. Just for memories - her favorite saying that has stayed with me these years - Well pop my garter!!! She was the best.In Christian LoveCarrie Hendrix

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