Enid H. Davidson
Enid H. Davidson, of Gran-bury, was born in Cleveland, Ohio on October 30, 1922 to Charles and Martha Huntley.
Enid played flute with the Cleveland Women’s Orchestra and the Dayton, Ohio symphony among other musical groups. She attended Dyke College of Commerce. She was a shorthand reporter and legal secretary for the US Air Force Material Command at Wright Field, Dayton, OH, until her marriage in June, 1944, to Lt. Donald Davidson of Cleveland Heights, OH, a USAAF pilot.
As Don’s wife, she lived in Bermuda, Nagoya, Japan; and many cities in the U.S. She was president of the Officers Wives Club at Love Field in Dallas, TX. During WWII. When her husband retired in Dallas, they both became real estate brokers and opened Don Davidson Realtors, later Century 21. An avid golfer, she played at both Riverlake and Oak Cliff CC, was president of the LGA at OCCC and a member of Dallas WGA. During her years in Japan, she became a Master in the Sogetsu School of Japanese flower arranging and lectured in Michigan and Dallas, TX. She also participated in the Oak Cliff Garden Forum and Glen Oaks Garden Club.
When the Davidsons retired to Pecan Plantation, they chaired the PP Arts and Crafts show, and Enid became co-editor of the Columns newsletter. A member of Acton United Methodist Church, she rang handbells for many years and helped with the church library.
Suffering from Alzheimers disease, Enid passed away on November 4, 2018. Special thanks to Arbor House and all of their caring employees. Enid was blessed by their loving care.
Enid was preceded in death by her parents and brothers Charles Dana Huntley and Charles Norton Huntley.
Enid is survived by her husband of 74 years, Donald Davidson, her children Steven Davidson and wife Carol, and Peter Davidson and wife Karen, grandchildren: Chris, Troy, Ron, Natalie, Eric, Lisa and Lindsay and great-grandchildren Mitchell, Ashley, Matthew, Marisa, Luke, Kinley, Kyleigh, and Landon.
A Celebration of Life service will be held in the White Chapel at Acton United Methodist Church on Friday, November 23, 2018 at 10:00 AM. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Hood County Library, one of Enid’s favorite places to visit.