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Patricia Davison

March 2, 1951 — January 4, 2024

Neenah

Patricia Ann Davison was born to Henry and Gloria Toro in 1951 in Plainfield, New Jersey where she lived until the family moved to Florida in 1961. She graduated from high school in 1970. While in high school, Trish played in the band and was proficient in piano, flute, and guitar.

Having a love for horses, she worked at a horse ranch grooming and caring for them. This gave her an opportunity to ride the horses. After graduation, Trish enlisted in the United States Army and was stationed in California. She had a son named Timothy in 1980. Trish continued working in the government jobs for quite some time and then moved to Seattle, Washington. During her time in Washington, she took classes at Bates Community College and graduated in 1983 with an associate degree in arts and sciences. Later she took classes in cosmetology, becoming a hairdresser in 2005.

Trish moved to Wisconsin in 1997 and married Darwin Huebner to whom she was married until 2003. She was savvy with computers and was an early adopter in the computer industry, which was part of her government job but also in her personal use. Having a love for art and photography, Trish took photography classes to hone her skills.

Trish began attending Family of Christ Church in Clintonville, WI in 2004 where she was a secretary for a brief period of time. It was there she met Arlie Davison, whom she married in 2004. Arlie was the love of her life until he passed away in 2022.

In 2013, Trish bought a motorcycle and enjoyed riding it until she sold it 2016. In her later years, she suffered with COPD and was no longer able to pursue some of her hobbies and interests. She did, however, keep in touch with friends online and was a prolific gamer.

Memorial services will be held on Saturday February 17 at 11am at Livings Waters Church, 401 N. Water Street, New London, Wisconsin.

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