Maggie Davis (1942-2018)


On May 25, 2018 Maggie Davis peacefully passed away in her sleep at the age of 75.

Maggie was a fantastic artist and had the eye to find real beauty in the strangest places.
She preferred things off center in the smallest way to catch people’s eye and that reflected in her artwork.

Maggie was a long time resident of Williams before moving to Spokane Washington 6 years ago.

Over the many years Maggie worked at The Auction yard, The Townhouse, Williams Elementary and Middle schools, Louis Cairo’s and Granzella’s where she loved to meet new and like minded people.

She was well known for her Bloody Marys and Margaritas by customers as far as the Bay Area. She was an expert and collector of obscure things and that’s what made her Maggie.
She marched to the beat of her own drum as they say and was very content living that way.

Maggie will be dearly missed by her five children Jesse, Robin, Paula, Wesley and Scott among many grand and great grandchildren that she was very proud to have.

A celebration of life will be held for Maggie on Thursday, June 7, from 2 PM to 4 PM at the Granzella’s Inn conference room located at 391 6th Street in Williams. All are welcome to attend and share any memories you may have of Maggie.

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