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Pamela Jeanne Davis (1953-2018)

Pamela Jeanne Davis

LIVERMORE FALLS - Pamela Jeanne Davis, 64, a resident of Livermore Falls, passed away Wednesday morning, December 12 at her home, with her loving family at her side.

She fought the good fight all the way, like everything she did in life. She was born in Farmington, December 16, 1953, the daughter of Emile and Jeannette (Pomerleau) Henry, one of six children. She married John Davis on April 5, 1975 and they made their home in Livermore Falls. She did many things that were always centered around her family. She enjoyed sewing, quilting, knitting, crocheting and camping. She learned and mastered all that she did. Gifts from her were often and meaningful. She worked picking eggs at DeCoster Egg Farm in Turner, at local shoe shops, Bass Shoe Company, Livermore Shoe Company and Foster Manufacturing, at the Livermore and Livermore Falls school cafeterias as well as volunteering at school, Spruce Mountain Ski Area and Cub Scouts.

Her grandchildren were the total focus of her life and she loved her time spent with all of them. Pamela became very involved at the Fayette Baptist Church. It was there that she found peace and comfort and it truly augmented her life. She is survived by her husband of 43 years, John Davis of Livermore Falls, her mother Jeannette Henry of Readfield, her children; Sarah Beth Hill and her husband Kenneth of Buckfield and Joshua Davis and his wife Tara of Oxford, her grandchildren, Amelia, Max, Logan and Lily; her sisters, Patty Ouellette and her husband Ray of Jay, Paula Jones and her husband Robert of Virginia, Penny Henry of Readfield; her brothers; Roger Henry and his wife Debora of Jay and Randy Henry and his wife Karen of Leeds, five nieces and nephews and her very dear friend and caregiver, Joan Gosselin. She was predeceased by her father Emile Henry in 2007.

Pamela Jeanne Davis, a resident of Livermore Falls, Maine. A Celebration of Pamela’s life will be celebrated 2 p.m. Sunday, December 16, 2018 at FINLEY FUNERAL HOME, 15 Church Street, Livermore Falls, Maine. Visitation will be from 1-2PM prior to the celebration of life at the funeral home. Messages of condolence may be sent to the family at: If desired contributions can be made in her memory to: Tri County Association Ministerial Food Cupboard, PO Box 314, Livermore Falls, Maine 04254 or Fayette Baptist Church Food Pantry, 39 Baldwin Hill Road, Fayette, Maine 04349.

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  1. I was a classmate of Pams..she was a great friend then as I'm sure she would of been now..we never connected after very sorry for her passing and pray for comfort and peace to her family and friends..