Kathryn Crawford Davidson

kathryn davidson
Kathryn Crawford Davidson, 88, of Asheville, passed away on Wednesday, January 20, 2010. A native of Caldwell Co., Mrs. Davidson was the daughter of the late R.C. and Lela Crawford, and the wife of the late John Mitchell Davidson She was an active member of Beverly Hills Baptist Church, and the Friendship Class. She retired from the VA Medical Center in 1983 as an Accounting Technician. She is survived by her daughter, Linda Hicks and husband Rev. Herman Hicks, of Morganton; two granddaughters, Lisa Rohr and husband T.J., of Lenoir, and Jill Ritchings and husband Ray, of Lyman, SC; three great-grandsons, five nieces, and two nephews. In addition to her parents and her husband, she was preceded in death by a brother, R.C. Crawford, Jr. The funeral service will be held at Beverly Hills Baptist Church on Saturday at 2:00 p.m. with the Rev. Dr. W.D. King officiating. Interment will follow at Ashelawn Gardens of Memory. Her family will receive friends one hour prior to the service at the church.

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  1. Linda, I was sorry to hear of your mother’s passing. I have fond memories of your parents. Knowing where she now is will surely be a great comfort to you. I’m praying for you and your family.

  2. Linda, I miss you, but I know your mother is in a much better and comfortable place. ….and you have got to feel some release and/or closure. I will keep praying for you and your family. Sincerely – in His name. Harriet (for Howard, too) – in the CCICU waiting room.

  3. Linda,

    We were sorry to hear of your loss.
    Your Mom was such a wonderful person and we share your grief.
    May you find comfort in the Lord and know His plan for her is much bigger than we could ever imagine.
    We have known your family for over
    70 years and they were very good
    friends and neighbors. May GOD
    bless you and give you strength
    in this diffucult time.

  4. Dear Linda,
    I am so sorry about the death of your Mother. Yes, it is a comfort to know your Mother is in Heaven, but we are human and how we miss our loved ones.

    Linda, I wanted you to know that we had prayed for your Mother, you and your family.

    Jean was so kind to let us know how your Mother was doing.
    Linda, we will continue to remember you in our prayers, as well as Jean and all the family.

    With much love and concern,
    Dianne Burleson Phillips
    (Jean’s best friend while growing up in Oakley.)

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