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Marjorie Victoria Davis

June 18, 1928 — April 17, 2024

Ukiah

Marjorie Victoria Davis

Marjorie Victoria Davis, a beloved mother wife and book store manager at San Jose State, passed away on April 17,2024, in Ukiah, California. She was born on June 18, 1928, in Bayport, Minnesota.

Marjorie will always be remembered for her unwavering love for family and travel with her late husband Ruea to her late daughter's home in Maui as well with friends to Lake Shasta. Her adventures and memories created during these trips will forever stay cherished by those who knew her.

A graduate of high school in San Jose, California, Marjorie was known for her kind and giving nature. She was a loving soul whose compassion extended not only to people but also to animals, the environment, and veterans. Her generosity knew no bounds and she touched the lives of many with her acts of kindness.

In addition to her successful career and dedication to causes close to her heart, Marjorie was an avid reader who found solace in books. She was also a master gardener who transformed her house grounds at McNab Ranch into a paradise, showcasing her creativity and passion for nature.

Marjorie is preceded in death by her parents Effie and Victor, her daughter Debby, as well as her sister Doris and brother Roy. She is survived by her son David Drysdale, granddaughter Magdalena, and sister-in-law Margit.

Marjorie Victoria Davis will be dearly missed by all those who had the pleasure of knowing her. Her legacy of love, generosity, and compassion will live on through the memories she created and the lives she touched.

Rest in peace, Marjorie Victoria Davis. Your spirit will forever shine bright in our hearts
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