Nancy H. Davis

July 15, 1930 - November 10, 2020
Voss Chapel
316 North Chestnut Street
Seymour, IN 47274
Monday 11/16, 11:00 am - 1:00 pm
Voss Chapel
316 North Chestnut Street
Seymour, IN 47274
Monday 11/16, 1:00 pm

Nancy Hancock Davis, 90, of Seymour, passed away Tuesday, November 10, 2020 at Schneck Medical Center. She was born in Louisville, Kentucky to the late Jim and Elsie Hancock. On June 20, 1952, Nancy married the love of her life, Larry Lee Davis. Nancy was a member of First United Methodist Church where she servedContinue Reading

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Myla Evans left a message on November 14, 2020:
Clint, Lisa, and family, You are in our thoughts and hearts often but even more so during this time. In your hearts will always be the loving memories of the love and life experiences you have shared on this earth with wonderful parents and grandparents. These are the things that will keep alive their "touches" on all of your lives. With comforting prayers, Michael and Myla
Jane L. (Jhjani ) Laupus left a message on November 13, 2020:
Kelly and Clint— On behalf of my family, husband Michael Sample, sons Drew & James Sample and myself, Jane (Jhani) Laupus, I offer heartfelt sympathy. It’s been a long time since I’ve seen you but I and my sisters, Julia and Jean, and brother, Joe, are thinking of you and you will be hearing from them I am sure. Nancy and Larry were both such wonderful, positive people, a great couple that created a great family with you. They offered their friendship and love as family members many times over the years, to my parents as I heard them both say, to my brother Joe who stayed in Seymour and to me after I came back from overseas and Washington DC and had my own family, my kids growing up in Indianapolis. Nancy was especially dear in helping me and encouraging me when Dad died and I was tasked with settling his affairs and family memories and memorabilia. She and Larry were always helpful and kept an eye out for Joe, the only one of us five to stay in Seymour. I visited with them just about once a year at some function or at their house. Last time was a couple of months ago, just a call to check on them and be sure they were doing ok in our Covid situation. I remember how Nancy was enthusiastic about the family trip to see her Dad’s ship in dry dock and Larry gave gentle assistance to help her keep the details straight. As usual with people so much in the center of your family and childhood, I kick myself now for the family photos we passed back and forth and meant to discuss and label correctly, and probably hear interesting stories about, that we never did! I know you have thriving and wonderful families that they loved to be with. Many times they told me about the sports conquests of all of you that they had attended and they were always going to stop at my house in Indianapolis, right on Meridian Street, to visit. One time, and only one, They did! So fun, so caring. Such great people. We will miss them. I am sorry that I will not be able to attend the funeral due to so many complications in the current times but I hope to see you both —and your families—sometime in the future. Much love and blessings, Jane L. (Jhani) Laupus
Jean Laupus left a message on November 13, 2020:
Dear Kelly and Clint, Sending my deepest condolences on the passing of your dear mother, and father. Challenging to think of one without the other - such a loving and devoted pair. Of course, your mother was 2018 Volunteer of the Year for Meals on Wheels! She was always one for spreading her good humor and gracious heart through service to others. May her memory be a blessing to you and yours. Much love, Jean Laupus
Jacob McDaniels left a message on November 13, 2020:
I did not know this lovely couple but it brought me to tears to see that they shared their whole life and both left so close together. That is perfect love!
Jacob McDaniels left a message on November 13, 2020:
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