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Sheridan Sage Davis Obituary

Sheridan Sage Davis was born on Nov. 29, 1983, in Bartlesville, Oklahoma to Susan “Susie” Lesley Fletcher and William “Billy” Alfred Davis. She passed away on Sept. 26, 2021, at the home of her mother surrounded by family and close friends. She was 37 years old.

Sheridan was a 2002 graduate of Hominy High School and continued her education at Bacone College on a track scholarship. She was meticulous in everything and liked creating Native American jewelry and was a really good cook. She will be remembered by all who knew her as very witty and loved making people laugh. She had an infectious smile and enjoyed spending time with family and friends joking, teasing and laughing. She especially cherished time spent with all her nieces and nephews, whom she adored.

Sheridan is survived by her parents, Susie Fletcher and Billy Davis; a sister, Aiden and husband Adam Callaway of Sand Springs; three brothers, Jared Davis of Hominy, Stetson Davis of Choctaw, and Luke LoveJoy of Walthill, Nebraska. Bonus sister and brother Ciaradon Carpenter Cook and Chancellor Brave, nieces and nephews, Mitchell, Gabe and Brynn Weathers, Axton Callaway; great-nieces Amelia, Layla and Penelope Weathers, bonus nieces and nephews Cole and Grant Burris, Rok Keene, McKinley and Rocklyn Cook. 

She was preceded in death by her maternal great-grandparents Evelyn West and Charles Fletcher, paternal grandparents Martha Ruth Oberly and Robert Davis, Jr., Uncle Charles Francis “Brother” Fletcher, Uncle Joe Freeman, Uncle Kirk Anthony Davis, Uncle Ronald Eugene Davis, cousins Marques Davis and Rachel Freeman.

A funeral service was held at the Hominy Indian Village Chapel on Sept. 30 with John Maker and Everett Waller officiating. Pallbearers were K.C. Bills, Cole Burris, Michael Davis, Mitchell Weathers, Russell Mashunkashey, Mark Davis, Charles Wheeler, and Nikia Parker. Honorary bearers were Larry Maker and Kayden Beavor. Interment was in A.J. Powell Memorial Cemetery in Hominy.


Submitted by Family

Original Publish Date: 2021-10-04 00:00:00


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