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In Memory of

Patricia Davis

Patricia Davis known to all as Pat passed peacefully away after a short illness on the 28th of April 2024 aged 88 She was dearly loved and will be sadly missed by her three children, seven grandchildren, five great grandchildren and by all that knew her


Patricia's story

Many of you will know Pat or Mrs Davis from Leigh Church of England School, where she was a dinner lady for many years Others may know her from the time with the Coventry branch of the Red Cross where she taught first aid unbeknown to her these skills would be put a good use including patching up the local children from around Nickson Road where Susan, Richard and Michael grew up. Mums door was always open and she would never turn anybody away This tribute page is set up in Pat’s name to help and support the valuable service that the air ambulance provides. The family is grateful for any donations made in her memory

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Patricia Davis's Tributes

  • In fondness and with thoughts of.my Granny's friendship I tribute this in your memory..
    Donated by Rebecca Wade
  • Rest in peace Pat, love Barbara xxx
    Donated by Barbara Redpath

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