Loyce Faye Davis was born in Bastrop, Texas on May 19, 1941, to Wilson and Wilma Davis. She received her formal education in Bastrop, Texas. She furthered her education by attending Austin Community College in Austin Texas and receiving an associate degree.
Loyce later relocated to Corpus Christi, Texas. She joined the Bethel Temple Church of our Lord Jesus Christ where she was baptized in the Name of Jesus and received the gift of the Holy Spirit, under the leadership of Bishop M.H. Bonds.
Loyce had a great passion for baking. She was employed by Six Points Bakery of Corpus Christi, Texas for 7 years.
Loyce later relocated back to Bastrop, Texas.
For the next 30 years, Loyce professionalism attributed her being employed by Texas Instruments and Motorola, she also worked at Pearson Technology Corporation for eight years. She served in several supervisor’s positions and trained many of her colleagues. She was a woman that walked in integrity and believed doing things in the spirit of excellence.
Loyce’s greatest passion was sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ. She was such a great participant in Sunday School, and it gave her great joy when she would have the opportunity to teach. Everywhere she went it was an opportunity for her to encourage and let many know that they must be “saved”. Her favorite song was: “We’ll Understand It Better, By and By.”
She enjoyed being the “Church Historian”. On many occasions you would hear her as she graciously expound and read the church history. It was the milestone of the Antioch Church.
Loyce is preceded in death by her parents: Wilson Davis Sr. and Wilma Davis; Two Brothers, Wilson Davis Jr. and Samuel Davis Sr.
Loyce leaves to cherish her memories, her sons, Paul Davis (Tarsha) of Austin, Texas and Tory Davis (Ruchi) of San Antonio, TX; three grandchildren, Seth, Jaxon and Hollin. Two Sisters, Vera Nell Davis of Austin, TX and Charles Edith Miller of Austin, Texas; brother, John E. Davis Sr. (Vicki) of Corpus Christi, Texas. Several nephews, nieces, and a host of other relatives and friends.
Loyce was part of a small community with a big Heart!
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