Lutie May Davidson
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Lutie May Davidson
  • November 18, 1925 - November 6, 2017
  • Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

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On November 6, 2017, Lutie May "Lou" Davidson died peacefully and with the same grace as she lived her life. She was born November 18, 1925, in Olathe, Kansas. Lou married the love of her life, Charles David "Jack" Davidson, July 9, 1947. They shared over 70 years of life together, living in many interesting, faraway places such as Argentina, Columbia, Singapore, and Norway while Jack worked in the oil business.
Lou took an active part in her children's lives. She served as a sponsor for Future Homemakers of America, and a leader for Cub Scouts and Brownies. Lou was chosen as Homemaker of the Year for Washington County and then the Northeast District of Oklahoma. She was very active in her church wherever they lived, leading Sunday school, serving as an elder, deacon, trustee and many other offices at Central Presbyterian, and was awarded Outstanding Service to her church. She was active in the Mobile meals program for thirty years
She is survived by her husband Jack, children Diana Pfau and her husband, Zeno, Debbi Dudley and her husband, Chip and Dwight Davidson. Lou is also survived by her grandsons Matthew Dale and his wife, Natalie, Alexander Dudley, and Dakota Davidson, and by her great-grandchildren, Amelia Dale and Carlos Davidson.
Lou deeply loved her family, friends, home and church. She also loved cooking and entertaining, playing bridge and of course, her casino trips. Blessed with a profound and abiding Christian faith, her boundless energy and joyful enthusiasm for life were infection and she will be truly missed. The family gives special thanks for the care lovingly provided by the caregivers of Valir Hospice Care.
Visitation will be from 5:00 - 7:00 p.m., Thursday, November 9, at Hahn-Cook/Street & Draper Funeral home, 6600 Broadway Extensions. A memorial service will be held 1:00 p.m., Saturday, November 11, at Central Presbyterian Church, 5101 N. May Avenue. A private interment will be held at Rose Hill Burial Park. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Urban Mission, 3737 N. Portland Ave., Oklahoma City, OK 73112