Sue H Davis

Sue H Davis

Suffolk, VA
03.31.1928 - 07.05.2018
New York

Sue Hines Davis, 90, passed away July 5, 2018.  She was predeceased by her parents, Quimby and Elizabeth Hines, her siblings, Lloyd Hines and Anne Fuller, and her husband, Colin “Randy” Davis.

Left to cherish “Baagar’s” loving memory are her children, Randolph Davis, Beth Ramsey (Carter), Mallory Horbal (Steven); and her precious grandchildren, Wythe (Ashley), Davis, and Wesley Horbal, Troy Anderson (Alannah), John Ramsey (Amber), Ashley Lauter (Brett), Randi Helmig, Travis and Kara Davis. Sue also had two sweet great grandchildren, Aria and Aven Ramsey.

Sue lived most of her life in Suffolk. She was employed in the human resources office of Obici Hospital. When not knitting or sewing for her family and friends, she volunteered for numerous community organizations, such as the Obici Hospital Auxiliary, Nansemond River and Westover Garden Clubs, Suffolk Art League, and the Suffolk Train Station. Many hours were spent in service to St. Paul’s Episcopal Church and the Florence Crittenton Home.

It was at the College of William & Mary (1950 graduate) that Sue, a cheerleader, met the love of her life, a football player, Randy Davis. Together they spent hours serving “The College” and it’s Alumni Society. Memorial donations may be made to “For The Bold: The Campaign for William & Mary” at

The family will receive friends Sunday, July 8th 2018, from 5:00 to 6:30 at R. W. Baker & Co. Funeral Home and Crematory, 509 W. Washington Street, Suffolk.

A celebration of Sue’s life will be held at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 213 N. Main Street, Suffolk, at 11:00 on Monday, July 9, 2018.

Memorial donations may also be made to St. Paul’s Episcopal Church and Obici Hospital Auxiliary. Condolences may be offered at


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R.W. Baker & Company Funeral Home
509 W. Washington St.
Suffolk, VA 23434
United States

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St. Paul's Episcopal Church
213 N. Main St.
Suffolk, VA 23434
United States


Deepest sympathy to Randolph, Beth, Mallory, and their families. We have very fond memories of your mother and father, dating all the way back to Military Road childhood days. Peace and love to all.

Gloria and Judd Barrett

We are sending our sincere sympathy to the Davis family. We have many memories of Sue and Randy at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church. Our thoughts are with you at this sad time.
Brenda and Doug

Brenda and Doug Kincaid

I loved your mother. She was one of my favorite folks from daddy’s church and was my mother’s first Suffolk friend. When our daughter was little she loved seeing Davis and Man Davis (as she lovingly called them) and was known to yell to them across the church during the service. I send my prayers and wish you all peace at this time.

Martha Newsom Smith

Randy, Beth, Mallory and family,
We are so sorry for your loss. Sue was very special to the Murden family, she was such a devoted friend to Catherine and Henry. We all shared some wonderful times in Chincoteague and Ocean City that we will never forget. She was a beautiful lady on the inside and out plus being fun to be with also. May your wonderful memories be a comfort, you're in our thoughts.

Cliff and Joan Murden

The death of a loved one is the most devastating experiences a family can face. At times, the loss may seem unbearable. Please know that there are those who care about you and your family during this difficult time and more importantly Psalm 34:18 tells us that "God is near to those that are broken at heart. We pray that Jehovah the God of all comfort is with the family during this difficult time of grief. Our prayers are with you and your family.

Williams Family

Dear Randy, Beth, Mallory and Family,
On behalf of the City Treasurer's Office, I want to extend to you and your family our sincerest sympathy on the loss of your Mother. She lived a wonderful life, and she will be missed by many. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all during this difficult time.
Ronald H. Williams, City Treasurer, and Office Staff

Ronald H. Williams

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