Ollie Lee Davis, who went by many titles, Mama, Grandma, and Auntie, departed her loving family on December 31, 2020.
Ollie was born in Hamilton, Ohio, on June 7, 1940, to Maggie and Alex Davis, Sr.
Ollie Davis graduated from Hamilton High School in 1958. After high school, Ollie joined the Women's Army Corps, where she served her country for three years as a health clerk.
After an honorable discharge from the Women's Army Corps, Ollie began working for Fort Hamilton Hospital as a unit clerk, where she worked for 43 years until her retirement in June of 2009. Ollie was well known for her sense of style and kindness by all of her colleagues at Fort Hamilton.
She was a past member of the Elks Golden Leaf Temple #377 and Lewis Whittaker Post 520. Ollie was a faithful member of Second Baptist Church in Hamilton and numerous other organizations until her failing health prevented her participation.
Ollie always enjoyed cooking for her family. She would fill their bellies with some of her signature dishes like vegetable soup, peach cobbler, and zucchini bread. Ollie also loved gardening. She had a green thumb and enjoyed spending her time tending to her flowers every spring and summer. But her favorite pastime was shopping at the Valley Thrift Store or the Goodwill.
Ollie was preceded in death by her mother, Maggie Davis, father Alex Davis, Sr., brothers Johnny Barron, Walter Barron, and sister Bobbi Street.
She is survived by her daughter, Stephanie White; her sons, Scott Webster, Stephen Davis, and Matthew Croom; her grandchildren, Terrance Seymore, Alexandria Monique White, Candice White, Shaunte Harris Jessey Brockman, Hailey Croom, Mayce Croom, Sania Davis, and Ayanna Franklin. Her great-grandchildren, Deion Oatis, Shyla Seymore, Alia Houston, and Xaiden Davis.
Aside from all of the children she loved, Ollie is survived by her sisters, Beulah Sanford and Jean Alcorn, Brothers, Alex Davis, Jr (Linda), and Larry Davis, sister-in-law, Rosalie Barron, and a host of nieces, nephews, family and friends.
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