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Carmen Lola Conrad Davis
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Birth: May 3, 1943
Detroit
Wayne County
Michigan, USA
Death: Dec. 13, 1977
Louisville
Jefferson County
Kentucky, USA

Carmen L. Conrad Davis, 54, Ramsey, died Saturday, Dec. 13, at Jewish Hospital in Louisville. A native of Detroit, born May 3, 1943, she was the daughter of the late Ralph E. and Hazel H. Stevens Conrad. She was a charge nurse at the Corydon Healthcare Center and was a member of Unity Chapel U.M. Church in Ramsey. Survivors include her husband, George P. Davis; a son, Stephen C. Davis of Ramsey; two daughters, Robin M. Burba of Magnolia, Ky. and Angel J. Lohmeyer of Ramsey; a brother, Ralph L. Conrad of Novi, Mich.; two sisters, Wilma Sera of New Albany and Kay M. Lucas of Martinsville; four grandchildren. The funeral was Monday at Swarens Funeral Home in Ramsey with burial in Woods Chapel United Methodist Cemetery. Brothers Jerry Utz and Dan King officiated, Sherry Binkley, Carolyn Reith and Leslie Jackson provided the music. Pallbearers were; Charlie C. and Billy Jay Davis, Jerry Wenning, Stephen C. Davis, John Burden and Casey McIntire 
 
Burial:
Woods Chapel United Methodist Cemetery
Ramsey
Harrison County
Indiana, USA
 
Created by: Joseph Crone
Record added: Apr 11, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 108306703
Carmen Lola <i>Conrad</i> Davis
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Carmen Lola <i>Conrad</i> Davis
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Carmen Lola <i>Conrad</i> Davis
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