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Mollie Lynn Davis
July 23, 2022
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Mollie Lynn Davis, 61, passed away on Saturday, July 23, 2022, at her home in Damascus, MD. A surprise baby, she was the second of twins born in a snowstorm in December, 1960 at Montgomery General Hospital in Sandy Spring, MD. She was the daughter of Mary Ann Davis and the late Clifford J. Davis, Jr.
Mollie grew up in Woodfield and graduated from Damascus High School in 1978. She enjoyed performing in the theater productions and was proud to be a Hornets cheerleader. She worked for Control Data Corporation and then spent 35 years with FINRA. Mollie loved singing and had a beautiful soprano voice. She was a Francophile and enjoyed British television. She had a passion for reading…the more endnotes the better! Mollie liked to cook and, as a proud Marylander, she put Old Bay on everything. She enjoyed gardening, first taking care of her parents’ landscaping and later devoting herself to keeping her own yard weed-free and filled with herbs and flowers. She loved refurbishing her house and had turned it into a sanctuary for herself and her much-loved and spoiled cats, Bibbs and Fur Elise.
In addition to her mother, Mollie is survived by her twin brother, Michael Davis and his wife Melody of Athens, AL and her older sister, Debora Speier, her husband David of Berlin, MD and their daughter Georgia Mae Speier of Myrtle Beach. She is also survived by her aunt, June Ward of Woodfield and her uncle, Jim Ward and his wife Pam of Plano, TX, plus a host of cousins whom she loved.
Mollie chose to be cremated and wanted no services or visitation. Her family hopes her friends and co-workers will take the time to enjoy a favorite memory of Mollie. If you would like to remember her with a donation, please make one to SNAP (Spay/Neuter Action Project), P.O. Box 4450, Huntsville, AL 35815 or visit snapalabama.com.
Online condolences may be shared with her family on our website at www.molesworthwilliams.com