In Loving Memory of
Susan M. Davis


She touched our hearts and souls She was taken suddenly She was taken before her time Her time on this earth was short But, her heart touched many Her heart was made of gold Her words were true Never was there a better person Even though life wasn't too kind She would do anything Her health problems didn't stop her She went on to succeed She went on to what she loved doing She may not have had riches But she had a heart full of love

Susan M. Davis came into this world on January 18, 1962 and was taken out suddenly and before her time on January 4, 2001. She was a wonderful woman who had it hard in life, but still had a heart of gold. She's deeply missed. In the short 38, almost 39, years that she was on this earth she touched many. Her soft, gentle, loving hands touched many. She took care of the sick and provided love to all. Right now she is walking with the many that have gone on befor her: her mother, her father, her grandfather, her grandmother, a brother, and many many more. Mom, your body may no longer be here, but your soul will never leave me. Your grandchildren, and I know I said I was never having children, but I am, and they will know you. They are going to know how you provided and loved. You have taught me well and I will ALWAYS carry with me what you have taught me. Your memory will never fade, nor will it ever leave. You put into me virtues, values, and morals, and for that I thank you. I love you mom and I know now you are in a better place.
Looking back on the memory of The dance we shared 'neath the stars alone For a moment all the world was right How could I have known that you'd ever say goodbye And now I'm glad I didn't know The way it all would end the way it all would go Our lives are better left to chance I could have missed the pain But I'd of had to miss the dance Holding you I held everything For a moment wasn't I a king But if I'd only known how the king would fall Hey who's to say you know I might have chanced it all And now I'm glad I didn't know The way it all would end the way it all would go Our lives are better left to chance I could have missed the pain But I'd of had to miss the dance Yes my life is better left to chance I could have missed the pain but I'd of had to miss the dance "The Dance" by Garth Brooks her favorite singer

From the family and friends of Susan M. Davis. Made with lots of love and memories. Any comments please email me at [email protected]


  

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