Laura Ann Davis

Laura Ann Davis (Page), born September 25, 1960 got her wings and went home September 10, 2018 after a courageous fight with cancer.

Laura was a loving friend to anyone she knew, a proud mother and grandmother. She loved to spend time with her grandkids. She was a very loving daughter and sister, family was her number one priority. Dan Cline was Laura’s pastor at Emmanuel Baptist Church in North Salem.

She is survived by her parents, Harold and Jean Page, of Ladoga, IN, sons Kris Blankenship and Josh Blankenship, both of New Ross, IN, siblings, Paul Page, of Ladoga, Mike (Beth) Page, of Crawfordsville, Deb (Dan) Brumfield, of Crawfordsville, grandma Lola’s grandchildren, Karter and Cloe Blankenship (mother Claire), Payten Blankenship (mother Meghan), Lilly and William Halsey (mother Amber).

To honor Laura’s wishes no funeral services will be held.  A Celebration of Life will be held on October 6, 2018 from 12:00 PM to 8:00 PM at the Old Normal, 100 N. Harrison St., Ladoga, IN, 47954. In lieu of flowers, please make a donation through Josh Blankenship’s facebook to either his gofundme “love for Laura” or the Love for Laura Fundraiser. To all of her work family, Momma loves you, Laura.

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7 thoughts on “Laura Ann Davis

  • Lindsie Viehdorfer

    Sending all my love to my family back home and praying for peace through this difficult time. Celebrating you, Aunt Lori, all the way in NC.

  • John Hooper

    I’m sorry to hear of Laura’s passing. She and I started working at Alcoa CSI the same day and we worked on the same shift until I retired. She was a great friend and coworker and I know she will be greatly missed by everyone who knew her.

  • Doug and Martha Purcell

    We are so sorry to hear of Laura’s passing. We worked with her for many years at Hi-Tek and loved her and enjoyed so much working with her. She was such a hard worker and always had a smile on her face. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of the family at this time.

    Doug and Martha Purcell

    “Blessed are they that mourn; for they shall be comforted.” Mathew 5:4

  • Lissa Mason

    Dear Family,

    Laura was a beautiful ray of sunshine! As a teen, she babysat my children & Stan & I always considered her “family” from that connection. I so enjoyed her sweet smile & a hug every time we ran into each other through the years. I know the amazing Mother & Grandmother she became & that her light will live on brightly in each of you. Take comfort knowing she is now a shining star in Paradise, free of pain, watching over everyone she loves & waiting for that wonderful day of reunion. Prayers for peace & strength at this difficult time & in the days ahead.

  • Donna Hockett

    I worked with Laura at CSI for several years and like everyone who knew her I loved her too. She was always ready to listen to my stories, share a laugh or lend a shoulder. She will be missed by many.