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Rosie Mae (Brown) Davis
October 14, 1948 ~ September 28, 2023 (age 74) 74 Years Old
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Rosie Mae Davis was born October 14, 1947 to Mrs. Ovetta Mae (Minor) Brown and the late Mr. Arbor Lee Brown. She was one of eight children. She attended Autauga County Training School in Autaugaville, Alabama.
Rosie later joined Joyous Temple A.O.H Church of God. She accepted Christ as her personal savior. She also served as the church secretary for many years.
Rosie is preceded in death by her husband Sol Davis, Jr., Infant baby Tina Davis, daughter Mary Davis Steele and son Jerome "Snookie" Davis.
Rosie leaves to cherish her memories, her three children Sheila Davis Barnett, Tyrone Davis (Shelah Hart), Randall "Coockie" Davis all of Prattville, Alabama; Mother; Mrs. Ovetta Mae Minor Brown of Prattville, Alabama; two brothers Larry Stoudemire (Pam) of Montgomery, Alabama; and Terry Callens of Prattville, Alabama; one sister Loretta (Leslie) Burns of Prattville, Alabama; four sister-n-laws Lela (Davis) Smith, Rosie Davis, Barbara Huffman all of Prattville, Alabama; and Esprenza (David Lee) Davis of Stafford, Virginia; two aunts, Dorothy (James) Harrington of Prattville, Alabama; and Carolyn McKee of Montgomery, Alabama; a special niece Beaky, eight grandchildren Kendrick Hopson, Tyra Matthews, Rose Nicole Jackson, Allen Micheal Jackson, Joytyrion Davis, Tyrone Davis Jr., Maranda Davis, and Randall Davis.Jr.; three great grandchildren Jaylen Hopson, Eli Robertson and Aleena Morgan Jackson and a host of nieces, nephews, family and friends.