Obituary of Earlyne Curvin Davenport
Earlyne Curvin Davenport 84, of Saucier passed away January 9, 2019. Her final days were spent surrounded by her family and closest friends.
Earlyne was a loving wife, mother, “Mops” & friend. She was an active member of White Plains United Methodist Church. She served as the Mission’s Coordinator, sang in the choir, and loved to cook for every church event. She retired from Saucier Elementary School after 31 years of service as Secretary and Bookkeeper.
She was proceeded in death by her husband of 49 years, Jack Curvin in 2003 and her parents Jim and Burnys Turan of Saucier.
She is survived by her loving husband of 14 years, Sandy Davenport. Her three daughters Beth (Jerel) Moffett, Sheila Taylor, and Pam (Greg) Taylor. Her four grandchildren, Jaclyn (Brad) Brewer, Jonathan (Ashleigh) Taylor, Erica (Kevin) Leidigh, and Tyler (Natalie Hogue) O’Neal. Her six great grandchildren, Gabby Brewer, Jaelen, Shep & Ridge Leidigh, and Carter and Lane Schonewitz.
In her second marriage she was blessed to gain four loving sons. Bruce (Karen) Davenport, Kent (Beth) Davenport, Barry (Donna) Davenport, and Mark Davenport. Nine grandchildren Grace Davenport, Cody Davenport, Adam (Erica) Davenport, Allyson (Matthew) Worthy, Heather (Guy) Saenger, Jordan (Timothy) Duncan, Morgan (Michael) Cacioppo, Ryan Davenport, and Tori Davenport. Seven great grandchildren, Ethan, Trevor and Jacob Saenger, Ayden & P.J. Davenport, Abigail Davenport, and Jaxon Cacioppo.
Visitation and Funeral will be held and Poplarhead United Methodist Church in Saucier on Saturday January 12th with Visitation from 12 – 3 and service at 3. Burial will follow in church cemetery.
Missions at White Plains United Methodist Church were very dear to her heart and if you would like to make a donation please mail checks to 18013 White Plains Rd, Saucier, MS 39574 designated “Missions Fund”. RIEMANN FAMILY FUNERAL HOME, Gulfport is serving the family and memories may be shared at www.riemannfamily.comTo send flowers to the family of Earlyne Davenport, please visit Tribute Store