Brenda Davis Obituary, Death – Brenda Simmons Davis On the thirteenth of January in the year 2023, Brenda Simmons Davis passed away peacefully and with grace in the confines of her home located at 70 Avocado Court in Lake Jackson, Texas. At the time of her passing, she was attended to by her immediate and extended family members. She was 72 years old at that point in time. Brenda was born to her parents, James Curtis Simmons and Fannie Ailene Mills Simmons, on March 11, 1950 in the city of Enterprise, which is located in the state of Alabama. It was at Dothan High School that she completed her secondary education. On August 10th, 1984, she wed Richard (Rick) Davis in Topeka, Kansas. The ceremony took place in the United States.
She was employed at the South Texas Nuclear Power Plant in the Bay City region of Texas, the Farley Nuclear Power Plant in Columbia, Alabama, and the Wolf Creek Nuclear Power Plant in Burlington, Kansas. Because Brenda was a person who was not only sensitive and compassionate, but also possessed strong ethics, she was instantly able to win the affection and respect of those who were in her immediate environment. She had a soft spot in her heart for both people and animals, but the smallest dachshunds and hummingbirds were her particular favorites among the animal kingdom. Among her many interests, some of her favorites included gardening, needlepoint and cross stitch, and reading.
Her passing came after the deaths of her parents and two brothers, Bobby and Tony Simmons, who both resided in Dothan, Alabama. Her parents also predeceased her. She is survived by her husband Rick, daughter Stephanie Thompson Mezulic of Lake Jackson, Texas, daughter Jessica Thompson Laskoskie of Kemah, Texas, grandson Adrian Tyler Hinojosa of Houston, Texas, sister Loretta Simmons Price of Geneva, Alabama, and daughter Jessica Thompson Laskoskie of Lake Jackson, Texas. She is also survived by her sister Loretta Simmons Price of Geneva, Alabama. Incredible people working at the Divinity Hospice in Angleton, Texas provided Brenda and her family with care that was skilled, compassionate, and Christian. The family of Brenda would like to express their deepest gratitude to the staff there for the care that was provided to them during this difficult time.
There are no services that have been planned at this time; there are none scheduled. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that anyone whose life may have been touched by Brenda’s to consider making a donation to the SPCA of Brazoria County through their website. The donation should be made in Brenda’s memory. Your condolences can be delivered to her place of residence.