Vivian Joyce Davidson
August 10, 1937  -  February 12, 2019

Vivian Joyce Davidson

Vivian Joyce Davidson was born August 10, 1937 in Hopkins County Kentucky to parents John and Effie Martin.
Vivian was the third child of a family of 5 children. She attended school and church in Madisonville, Ky.

In the mid 50's Vivian met her husband Blacher Davidson. To this union 4 children were born - Kermith, Lovine, Terry and Blacher Jr.

Vivian lived a vast majority of her life in San Diego, CA relocating to Las Vegas, NV in 1999. She worked as a Photo Processor for over 50 years even while
in Las Vegas at Bellagio Hotel and Casino Photo Lab and lastly at Cashman Photo. She loved her career and what she did. Vivian truly lived life to the fullest
through her family, friends and simple pleasures.

After retiring, Vivian worked as a volunteer with Catholic Charities of Nevada at a local elementary school and LOVED it. Vivian's crafting talents were many,
we will not forget her crochet, knitting, sewing, baking and beading and many other gifts she often gave. Vivian was funny, comforting, made friends easily and
always wanted everyone to get along and be happy despite the situation. She always had a smile and a sage word in time for family, friends and others in need.

Those predeceased and left to cherish her memory are her brothers and sisters Rodney, Travis, Ozell and Shirley; her 4 children and 10 grand children and a host of nieces, nephews and friends.

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  1. Gloria Buckhanon
    Spring Valley, CA

    Condolences to the Davidson family. Vivian, will be missed here but, I know she’s happy to be with our maker. RIP until we meet again. Praying for strength to get you through this difficult time.

  2. Samuel and Helen Combs
    Madisonville, KY

    Rodney, Olivia and family. So sorry for your loss. May your cherished memories give all of you the comfort you need at this time. Our prayers are with all of you. RIP Vivian. You have earned your wings!!

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