Sandra Lane Davis

June 29, 1940 - November 13, 2012

06/29/1940 - 11/13/2012

Past Services

Thursday November 15, 2012
7:00 am - 8:30 pm

Friday November 16, 2012
11:00 am

Mrs. Sandra Lane Davis age 72, died at the Vidant Medical Center in Greenville, NC on Tuesday, November 13, 2012. She was a native of Northampton County born to the late Tulie Mae Outland Lane and the late Harvey Lane. Mrs. Davis graduated from the Rich Square High School. She was married to Sidney Allen, Sr. and to this marriage was born three boys. Mrs. Davis enjoyed cooking, canning, sewing, quilting, arranging flowers and gardening. She often shared the benefits of these talents with those close to her and her family. Mrs. Davis was a true homemaker, making sure all the needs of her family were well taken care of.

Later in life she was married to Robert Lee Davis and they lived in Salisbury, MD for twelve years until returning to Northampton County to care for her mother. Mrs. Davis was a member of the Zion United Methodist Church in Conway, NC.

Also preceding her in death other than her mother and father is a sister, Ann Capolinqua and a brother William E. Lane.

Survivors include her husband, Robert Lee Davis of the home, three sons, Sid Allen, Jr. and his wife Penny of Conway, NC, Steve Allen and his wife Sherry of Pendleton, NC and Stewart Allen and his wife Jennifer of Charleston, SC, two sisters, Jean Hasty and her husband Bill of Charleston, SC, Linda Sumner and her husband Hun of Lasker, NC., two step daughters, Deborah Milne and Belinda Garber and her husband Jody all of Salisbury, MD. Surviving are grandchildren, Holley Harris and her husband Josh, Will Allen, Candi Allen, Hunter Allen, Allison Allen, Taylor Allen and Kylie Allen, step grandchildren, Melissa Welch, Robbie Lynch, Sonya Pusey, Matthew Lynch, Lindsay Johnson and Hailey Garber. Also surviving are eight step great grandchildren.

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Brenda Brickell
11 years ago

To the family of Sandra Davis, I am so sorry for your loss. Your mother and wife was a wonderful lady and cared for everyone she ever met. I will always cherish what she and I had as friends, with deepest sympathy, Love to all, Brenda