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Obituary: Edith Fay Martin Davis

Edith Fay Martin Davis
Edith Fay Martin Davis
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June 19, 1954 – December 3, 2021

Edith Fay Martin Davis went home to Jesus on December 3, 2021, at the age of 67.

Edie was born to Earl and Laveta Martin on June 19, 1954 in Craig, CO. She was the second of three children. She enjoyed growing up on Great Divide and attending school at Little Snake River Valley in Baggs, WY. After finishing high school, Edie attended college for accounting in Colorado Springs, CO. Edie was a devoted and loyal employee working for Cook Chevrolet in Craig, CO until her retirement in 2013, just over 39 years!

Edie married her husband, Larry Davis in November, 2006. They moved from Craig, CO to Delta, CO in 2014 following their retirements. In addition to being a dedicated and loving wife, step-mother, aunt, daughter, sister, and friend; Edie also loved farming, ranching, hunting, fishing, camping, and going on all sorts of adventures. She had an amazing smile and warm demeanor. She enjoyed tending her animals and spending time with family and friends. Throughout her life, she held an unwavering faith in God, and she felt extremely blessed to be a part of her church family at Delta Church of Christ.

Edie joins her husband (Larry Davis), father (Earl Martin), nephew (Francis Martin), and niece (Florence Martin) in Heaven. She is survived by her mother (Laveta Martin), sister (Esther Clark), brother (Lawrence Martin), step-children (Sheila Davis and Dan Davis), nieces and nephews (Nancy Hoffman, Selina Clark, Forrest Martin, and Earl Martin), grandchildren (4), great grandchildren (7), and numerous other extended family members.

Edie’s service will be held at 11:00 am, Tuesday December 14, 2021 at the Delta Church of Christ located at 164 Grand Blvd, Delta, CO. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Delta Church of Christ.


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