Leeanna Chalfont Miller Davis

April 20, 1920 - May 3, 2004

04/20/1920 - 05/03/2004

Past Services

Visitation
Tuesday May 04, 2004
Altmeyer - McCoy Funeral Home
Wheeling, WV 26003
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Service
Thursday May 06, 2004
10:00 am
First Christian Disciples of Christ
1343 National Road
Wheeling, WV 26003
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Memorial Service

Service
First Christian Disciples of Christ
1343 National Road
Wheeling, WV 26003
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Memorial Service

DAVIS, Leeann Chalfont Miller, 85, of Petropolis Towers, formerly of Warwood, W.Va., went home to be with the Lord Monday May 3, 2004.
She was born April 20, 1919, the youngest daughter of Bertha Surgeon Miller and Frank Lewis Miller, the great, great-granddaughter of the first Mayor of Wheeling, Virginia, George W. Miller.
Leeann was a member of the First Christian Disciples of Christ Church; a retired employee of Mull Machine and Family and Children Services of Wheeling.
In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband Kenneth Eugene Davis in 1975; her infant daughter, Cynthia Ann; her four sisters: Bernice, Norma, Faye and Eleanor.
Leeann was a loving mother, grandmother and friend. She leaves behind a son, B. Scott Davis and his wife Carolyn, of Elm Grove, W.Va.; a daughter, Diane Davis McDonald Darnley and her husband George of Warwood; seven grandchildren: Matthew Davis, Brian Hungerman, both of Elm Grove, Roger Hungerman of Indiana, Ashley McDonald, Alex, Cynthia and Brieanna Darnley all of Warwood; two great-grandchildren.
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Louise G. Jarvis
7 years ago

I am very saddened at hearing of Leeann’s passing. She was a long time employee of Family Service where I served as Vice President of Finance and Support for 39 years. I got to know Leeann very well when she served as secretary in the Senior Service Division. She was one of the most dedicated and creative members of the staff, answering phones with compassion for the elderly and putting together a senior newsletter with hours searching for the right clip art to cheer those seniors who looked forward to receiving their monthly copy. She was a wonderful lady with compassion for those she served and was sorely missed when she decided to retire. I have no doubt that she’s looking down on us now from a place that God prepared for her.