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Marjorie B. Davison was born October 7, 1922 in Valley, Iowa the daughter of Andy and Florence (Frank) Sheetz. She attended Valley Elementary school and graduated from Washington High School in 1940. On March 5, 1943 she was united in marriage to Everett W. Davison in Aberdeen, Washington. Marjorie worked at McCleery Cummings and Advance Ross Electronics, and later as a bookkeeper for several accounting firms. She was a member of the Wayland Methodist Church where she had served on the administrative board, as a Sunday school teacher and superintendent and was a past president of the United Methodist Women. Marjorie also belonged to the church's quilting group and to the Marion Hobby Club. She was a member of the L.N.O. club and the American Legion Ladies Auxilliary. Marjorie enjoyed making baby quilts for family members, watching Hawkeye football and basketball, solving word puzzles, and traveling to visit friends and family. Until three weeks ago, she was an avid participant on Facebook and email and really enjoyed staying in touch with her friends and family via her computer.
Survivors include three children; Cheryl Dahlquist of Keota, Iowa, Margene (John) Erlenbush of Ainsworth, Iowa, David Davison and friend Diane Shaver of Brashear, Missouri, five grandchildren; Brian Dahlquist, Andrew (Brooke) Dahlquist, Christi (Josh) Sands, Ashley (Glenn) Johnson, Justin (Lindsey) Davison, ten great-grandchildren; Brody Dahlquist, Addison, Caye and Jadie Dahlquist, Jenna and Hayley Sands, Kinsley Johnson, and Gavin, Emma and Paisley Davison. Also surviving are two sisters; Naomi Wade of Marion, Iowa, Pauline (Bill) Cady of Keota, Iowa, and one brother; Jim (Ginger) Sheetz of Keota, Iowa.
Preceding Marjorie in death were her parents, her husband in 2008, an infant son, five brothers; Richard, Roger, Raymond, Paul and Larry Sheetz and one sister; Imogene Sparby.
So sorry for your loss and at such an unfortunately sad time for you otherwise. My thoughts and prayers go out to you and all the Davison family.
Dorothy Harvey Mar 30 2014 12:00 AM
Your mom was a dear lady, and one thing I know about her she always gave 100% at everything she did in life. She loved her family so very much.And she finished HER race and is now in the presence of the Lord.God bless you all.Love Joyce
Joyce Davison Mar 29 2014 12:00 AM
So sorry to hear about Marge. It is so hard to lose your mother and friend but your memories of times spent together will help you through all the tough times.May your friends and memories offer you comfort and peace in the days and weeks to come. God will be with you all always.
Rita Sheetz Mar 28 2014 12:00 AM
Sincere condolences to Cheryl, Margene and Dave on Margie's passing along with fond, long ago memories of the entire Davison Family that was so kind to me for many years.God bless you all.
Steve Dahlquist Mar 28 2014 12:00 AM
Our prayers and thoughts are with the Davision Family. John, Rachael, Craig, Sharon, Carson, John, Graig, Lisa and Christopher Stauffer
The John L. Stauffer Family Mar 27 2014 12:00 AM
I worked with Marj along time ago, she was a sweet heartalways new you when she seen you, she will be missed. Peg Redlinger
Peg Redlinger Mar 27 2014 12:00 AM