Patricia Davis
June 15, 1953 - March 28, 2020

Patricia Davis, 66 of Lake City, Arkansas passed away Saturday, March 28, 2020 at Monette Manor Nursing Home. She was born June 15, 1953 in Monette, Arkansas to the late Howard and Faustina Gambill. She was of the Pentecostal faith, retired phlebotomist, and she enjoyed any kind of crafts, baking cakes, spending time with her family and friends, and enjoyed visiting Loretta Lynn’s home several times. Survivors include; two sons: Donnie Davis (Jennifer) of Lake City, Arkansas, and Dustin Davis of Lake City, Arkansas; one daughter: Candy Pyburn (Michael) of Lake City, Arkansas; seven grandchildren: Austin Davis (Megan) of Lake City, Arkansas, Morgan Coatney (Darren) of Jonesboro, Arkansas, Ashlynn Davis of Trumann, Arkansas, Levi Johnson of Lake City, Arkansas, Lauren Johnson of Jonesboro, Arkansas, Journey Sherrouse of Lake City, Arkansas, and Jaxen Sherrouse of Killeen, Texas; five great grandchildren: Brinley Gibson, Ana Davis, Daxxon Coatney, Gracie Davis, and Lakelynn Coatney, and a host of other family and friends. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by; her husband: Donald Davis; her younger brother: David Gambll; two older sisters: Kaye Clark and Linda Guthrie. A private graveside service will be held Friday, April 3, 2020 at Pine Log Cemetery, Brookland, Arkansas with Bro. David Mote officiating under the direction of Faith Funeral Service, Manila, Arkansas.

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  1. Ron Passmore, says

    I don’t think I’ve known anyone in the past 25 years more devoted to her vegetable garden than was Patty to hers. Several years ago, Patty sent me some “moon flower” seeds and those flowers are still coming up year after year in my backyard. So, now when I see them, I will indeed remember her and how kind she was to any and all who needed an act of kindness. A couple years ago, I returned to Lake City for 3 days for the sole purpose of working on our old family cemetary plots. They were hideously grown up and it was a big job and it was in July. I looked up at hearing a noise and it was Oatty pulling in. She had came to see if I needed help. Of course, I told her I’d rather take my time, do it alone, and have my say with my dead relatives as I go down the line. So she hugged my neck and said so long. My family and Patty’s family go back even before my birth. They lived next door to my grandparents until they died, at which time they were then sold the property. Patty loved life and everyone in it, but she loved nothing - nobody - more than her husband Donald. They were a couple even before he served in Vietnam. Patty and Lake City were synomonous. I will miss her.

  2. Mary Minjares, Hot Springs National Park says

    RIP Patty, I'm so glad your struggle is over. Mary Webb Minjares

  3. Len Ware, Jonesboro says

    I am sorry for your loss. May your special memories of her serve to comfort you as you grieve.

  4. Rev Terry George Dierksen Bereavement Coordinator, Jonesboro Ar says

    our deepest thoughts and prayers are with the family during this time. We are with you during your journey through grief.

  5. Candy Davis, Lake City says

    Momma loved her Amish books and going to salem to there store,she loved shopping and going to dances with her friends.I miss you so very much,may you rest in peace my beatuiful mom.

  6. Mark Adams, Jacksonville, AR says

    She is like my second mom and always introduced me as her other son. I will always remember that how I was treated like part of the family by Donald and her and I am part of the family. I love you all and I am sorry for your loss. Love Mark AKA Boner!

  7. Florence , Lake City says

    Prayers for you and your family

  8. Stephanie Freeman Abshire, Victoria,Tx says

    Patty was a great person. I spent many summer days at her home. I consider her a second mom. Fly high sweet Angel

  9. Sandra Voyles, Lake City , AR says

    Fond school memories of Pattie. We always ran into each other at the Stores and would laugh because that was when we would talk a little bit. I will miss seeing her smiling face. She was always so kind to me. My sincere condolences to all of you. Heaven gained another sweet angel.

  10. Jerry(Frog), Lake City says

    My sincere sympathies go out to the family of Patty on their loss of a wonderful person. I grew up with the 3 girls, Kay, Linda and Patty and always considered them friends and now all three are gone. She is now with Donald, the love of her life and I know he was at the gates waiting for her to walk thru. We had some good times growing up in Lake City and she will be missed by a lot of people. She is in a better place now and has no pain. May she Rest In Peace in the Lord's presence.

  11. Daniel Mote , Jonesboro ar says

    I miss you patty and you always in our heart you are in thought and prayers

  12. Morgan Coatney, says

    I love you granny me and the grandkids sure will miss you ????

  13. Lisa cooper, Lake city says

    I will miss your mom candy you and your family are in my prayers if you need anything please let me know.

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