Jackie Lynn Davis

jackie  davis

October 8, 1949 ~ June 5, 2022

Born in: San Antonio, Texas
Resided in: Mansfield, Texas

Jackie Davis, 72, passed away on June 5, 2022, in Mansfield, Texas.
Jackie Davis was born on October 8, 1949 in San Antonio, TX, to Louie Moore and Jean Moore.

Jackie graduated from Nolan High School. Raised 3 children as a single mom and worked hard to provide them with opportunities to have wonderful lives.

Jackie was best known for her Love of Family and Oklahoma University. She worked hard to give her kids the world. Jackie was everybody’s Mom, whether it was her kids friends or people in the office, she had a knack for being a mom to those who really needed one in that moment. Jackie’s most cherished love and hobby was her Grandchildren. She would move the world for them. She gave each of them their very own unique relationship with their Grandma. She attended any and all events that she could to cheer them on. Jackie was an Amazing Mom and person very fierce and strong but Grandma was the title she absolutely lived for.

Jackie is survived by Kimberly Rios – daughter, Nicholas Rios-son-in-law of Mansfield, Texas, Amber Talley Applegate -daughter, John Applegate son-in-law of Mansfield, Texas, Casey Davis – son of Mansfield, Texas, Tom Moore – brother, Joe Moore – brother, Karen Moore – sister-in-law, and her cherished grandchildren: Morgan Rios – granddaughter, Reid Rios – grandson, Landry Applegate – granddaughter, Lenox Davis – granddaughter, Piper Davis – granddaughter, Presley Davis-granddaughter.

Jackie is preceded in death by parents Louie Ray Moore and Jean Moore

The service for Jackie Davis will be held on Thursday, June 16th 11:00 am at St. Maria Goretti Church 1200 S. Davis Dr. Arlington, TX.

Memorial donations can be made in Jackie’s name to Mansfield Animal Shelter.


Memorial Mass: June 16, 2022 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

St. Maria Goretti Catholic Church
1200 South Davis Drive
Arlington, TX 76013

(817) 275-5081

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  1. CandleImagejust like the obituary says, Jackie was the mom for anyone who needed it in the moment. She was an amazing co-worker and friend. I miss our long talks about work/life and her grandkids (her world) She was there for me more times than I can count. Love & miss ya sweet Jackie!

  2. CandleImageI will miss my friend and customer. My prayers and love to Kim, Amber and Casey (all family). Jackie was a wonderful lady!

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