Linda Spearman Davis, 67, former resident of 127 Northgate died Saturday, August 17, 2013 at NHC Healthcare.
Born in Greenwood she was a daughter of Estelle McCary Spearman and the late Samuel F. Spearman. A graduate of Greenwood High School, Linda was a certified dental assistant. She was formerly employed as a purchasing agent with Moore’s Business Forms for over thirty years and had also worked for Lander University. Linda was a loving mother and enjoyed life. She especially enjoyed spending time with family, friends and her beloved church family.
Ms. Davis was a charter member of Woodfields Baptist Church and was also a member of the Pricilla Sunday School Class.
Surviving in addition to her mother of Greenwood are two sons, Ross Alan Davis and wife Jennifer of Greenville and Russell Floyd Davis and wife Erin of Charleston; two grandchildren, Madison Lanford and Ethan Ross Davis; a sister, Janice S. Byrd and husband Steve of Ninety Six; and two nieces, Gina Reid and fiancée, George Kerhoulas and Andrea Sanders and husband Bryan, all of Greenwood.
Services will be conducted Monday at 1:30 at Woodfields Baptist Church with Dr. Robert Miller and Reverend Sam Thomason officiating. Private burial will be at Greenwood Memorial Gardens.
Honorary escort will be members of the Pricilla Sunday School Class along with special friends JoAnn Goard, Sharon Estes, Susan Brown and Pam Haralson.
The family will receive friends Monday from 12:30 until the service hour at Woodfields Baptist Church in the church social hall and at other times at the home of Janice and Steve Byrd, 402 Highway 702 in Ninety Six.
The family would especially like to thank Dr. Bryan Ellenberg, Dr. Melissa Maceda, the staff of Emerald Gardens and the staff of NHC Healthcare for their wonderful care and compassion throughout Linda’s illness.
Those desiring may make memorials to Woodfields Baptist Church, 1715 Marshall Road, Greenwood, SC 29646.
For online condolences please visit www.blythfuneralhome.com.
Blyth Funeral Home & Cremation Services is assisting the Davis family.