Sara “Betty” Davis, 80, passed away early Sunday evening in Frankfort Regional Medical Center. The daughter of the late Elbert Henry “June” and Florence McMahon Wooten, she was born in Munford, TN, on October 26, 1932.
A graduate of Spaulding University and the University of Tennessee, she was a loving mother and homemaker and also spent time living in Texas in the cities of Houston, Pasadena, Pampa and Corpus Christi. During her life, she also lived in Walnut Creek, California; Devon, Pennsylvania; Pearisburg, Virginia; Charlotte, North Carolina; Bloomfield Hills, Michigan; and Louisville and Frankfort, Kentucky. A life-long member of the Presbyterian Church, she was a member of the Second Presbyterian Church in Louisville and the South Frankfort Presbyterian Church in Frankfort.
Betty is survived by two daughters, Barbara June Davis Fitzgerald (Tom) of Frankfort and Elizabeth Ann Davis of Louisville; a son, Robert Clay Davis (Rebecca) of Houston, Texas; a sister, Jane Harben of Kerrville, Tennessee; a brother, Allen Wooten of Covington, Tennessee; five grandchildren, Brian Fitzgerald of Lexington; Capt. Daniel Fitzgerald, USMC; Jonathan Davis of Houston, Texas; and Beth Lodmell (David) and Kate Fitzgerald, both of Frankfort; and five great-grandchildren, Anna, Sarah, Lauren, John and Abby Lodmell.
She was preceded in death by two sisters, Mary Ann Massey and Martha Foster.
Services will be held at Rogers Funeral Home at 1 p.m. Wednesday. Interment will take place on Friday in the Crigger Cemetery in Munford, Tennessee.
Pallbearers will be Brian Fitzgerald, Dr. Lance Gordon, David Lodmell, Sherman McGill, Boyd Winn and Mack Wooten.
The family would like to thank Patsy Harrod and Beverly Harrod for their friendship, loving care and support.
Flowers are welcomed, while the family suggests any contributions in Betty’s memory be made to Hospice of the Bluegrass.