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Violet "Becky" R. Davis ­ Virginia Nicoson

Violet "Becky" R. Davis, Age 80, of Prescott, Ariz., and Indian River, Mich., died Friday January 20, 2006, at Park Manor Nursing Home in Park Falls, Wis.

She was born on April 25, 1926 in London, England, the daughter of Edward & Violet (Cuff) Crouch. Her early life and schooling were in England.

On July 1, 1947 she marred George Davis in England. The couple then came to Michigan. Violet has been living in Prescott, where she has been an officer manager for Internal Medicine Dr. Goldberger.

She is survived by her children; George (Doni) Davis of Boynton Beach, Fla., Marilyn (Rob) Cooper of Loretta, Wis., Norman Davis of Phoenix, Miriam Davis of Prescott; seven grandchildren, Rodney, Dustin, Jeffrey, Molly, Chad, Josh, and Shana; three great-grandchildren, Chris, Monica, & Jack; her two sisters, Diana Bellard & Joan Deldes, both of England.

She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband George, and three brothers.

A memorial service will take place at a later date. Interment will be at Greenwood Cemetery in Petsokey, Mich.

(Information provided by survivors.)

Virginia Nicoson

Our mother, Virginia Nicoson, passed away on January 22, 2006.

Although she raised us, her children, Jim, Dianne, and Suzie, in La Crescenta, Calif., She was born and raised in Miami, Ariz.

Virginia devoted her life to the service of helping others as a registered nurse, nurse practitioner, and as a school nurse in the inner city of Los Angeles, for over 20 years.

Upon her retirement, she returned to her beloved Arizona to live out her remaining years here in Prescott.

She was caring, artistic, adventuresome, well read, helpful, and a loyal friend. To all her friends here in Prescott, we her family, which includes three children, and spouses, and seven grandchildren say God bless you for loving our mother and grandmother. You were her light.

In lieu of flowers, a donation may be made to The Los Angeles Children's Hospital, in Virginia's honor.

(Information provided by survivors.)