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OFFICIAL OBITUARY FOR

Joyce Lynn Davis

1952 - 2021

Jeffersonville

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Joyce Lynn Davis ,69, of Jeffersonville, Indiana passed away on Thursday, July 15, 2021 at University of Louisville Hospital. She was born on May 2, 1952 in Louisville, Kentucky daughter of the late Garland and Corene (Coffey) Ramsey. Joyce was a wonderful caregiver and homemaker to her family. Earlier in life she worked for Loews and was a clerk at Save A Lot Food Store. She was a Christian by faith and enjoyed playing cards, Bunco, and was in a bowling league.

In addition to her parents Joyce was preceded in death by a sister, Brenda Sue Duvall; brother, Dwight William Hudson. She is survived by her loving husband of 39 years, Herman “Bud” Davis; daughter, Heather Davis and her fiancé Jeremiah Hall; son, Todd Hudson and his wife Erin; sister, Donna Kaye Gregory and her husband Jim; grandchildren, Kennedie Kaye Hudson, Hailey Michelle Roederer; nieces, Kimberly Deustch, December Sawyers; nephew, Jimmy Gregory along with several great nieces and nephews.

Cremation was chosen and entrusted with Scott Funeral Home.

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Bud

July 31, 2021 12:02 PM
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You have always been my angel. Watched over me until I join you again. Love and miss you so much. You will always be my Juice.

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July 22, 2021 8:51 PM
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Annette Taylor

July 20, 2021 10:55 AM
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Joyce you were an all around wonderful person. I always enjoyed seeing you and having our meme, mamaw talks. I'm praying for your family that they make it through this difficult time.
You will surely be missed by all. Until we can see you again.
Love Annette

Donna Gregory

July 19, 2021 8:23 PM

My SISTER...gone but will never be forgotten. They say “ Love you to the moon and back”...but now I say “love you to HEAVEN and back”! It’s only been 11 days but feels like eternity. Until we meet again and WE “WILL”...💗

Kim Deutsch

July 18, 2021 7:02 PM

From the moment she sat in the waiting room and waited for me to come into this world (almost 35 years ago) until Thursday 7•15•2021, my Aunt Joyce has been a huge part of my life. They say the love between an Aunt and Niece is special, unlike any other love, and I would agree. She was the next best thing to my Momma and she always loved me like her own. It was a special bond from my day one.

She watched me while Mom worked, all the way up until I went to kindergarten. She filled my days with some of the best memories I can recall. I loved summer, I would spend them with her. She would take us to the convenient store for candy cigarettes and to the pool. She was there for everything; every holiday, birthday, homecoming, seeing me go to prom, graduating high school and college, marrying Chris, and EVERYTHING in between.

Fast forward, as I grew older, we grew closer. She was in the waiting room waiting on ALL of my babies, just the way she had waited on me. She adored them all! She loved rocking. She would always be in the rocking chair. I have special memories of her just rocking all my babies. She was a baby hog (Kennedie, Hailey)… Every birthday party, trip to the Pumpkin patch, Boo at the zoo, Brown County trip, Black Friday shopping adventure, Girl’s Christmas, trips to the beach (just 3 short weeks ago we were blessed enough to get our last beach trip, those memories will be precious forever)- she has been there.

They say the most important part about life isn’t the dates on your stone, but the dash, -, in between the day you were born and the day you passed. I know she filled my dash from the day I was born until she passed with so much love and many sweet memories. Our time together was beautiful, there’s no regrets.

My heart will hurt forever, maybe not as bad as it does today, but in some way, things will never be the same. I will think of her with everything we do. She was gone far too soon, but she’s at peace and no longer suffering. I will love you forever, your FAVORITE niece. I will see you again one day,

Kim

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