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Sandra Davenport

Born: Sun., Jan. 26, 1947
Died: Sun., Oct. 23, 2016


Burial will be at a later date


Graveside Service

10:00 AM Sat., Nov. 12, 2016
Location: Acushnet Cemetery


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     Sandra Davenport, age 69, passed away peacefully on October 23, 2016 surrounded by her loving family.  Sandra was born on January 26, 1947 and was raised by her parents, Noella and Arthur Couto.

      In the fall of 1963, Sandra met the love of her life, Henry Davenport.  They were married on September 5, 1964 and they’ve been inseparable since then.  Sandra raised a wonderful family with Henry.  They have a daughter, Robin Kolbeck, and three sons, Lance Davenport, Chip Davenport, and Ryan Davenport. She always made sure that her house was filled with happiness and love.  Sandra welcomed her son-in-law, Robert Kolbeck, and three daughter-in-laws, Rebecca Davenport, Marsha Metivier, and Cheryl Davenport,  into the family and treated them as her own.

     Sandra is the devoted grandmother of Sara Kolbeck, Laura Kolbeck, Nathan Davenport, and Remington Davenport.  She is the one and only “GeeGee,” who adored her grandchildren, as they did her.

     In addition to being a loving wife, mother, and grandmother, Sandra enjoyed spending her days gardening, sewing, and with her animals. During the springtime, Sandra would nurture her garden and you could see her dedication blossom. She loved to sew and be crafty; her talent was like no other.  Sandra and Henry cared for many animals throughout their lifetime together.  Her German Shepherd dogs were her most beloved pets.

     Sandra continues to live on through all of the memories that she created with her loved ones. Her warm smile, her comforting hugs, her silly teasing, and her kind heart will never be forgotten.  Her love for her family, above all else, will live on forever in their hearts.

A graveside service, a celebration of Sandra's life will be held at Acushnet Cemetery, 91 Main Street, Acushnet, Ma 02743 to which relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend. November 12, 2016 at 10:00am. Her burial will be at a later date.

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Scott Daggett
   Posted Tue October 25, 2016
I am so very sorry to hear of the loss of Mrs. Davenport. I hope that her surviving family members will find comfort knowing that they have a loving guardian angel looking over and caring for them throughout all the days of their lives. May she forever rest in peace.

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Sorensen
   Posted Tue October 25, 2016
Keep her in your hearts and minds forever, and she will never be far from you. We ask for peace and loving family memories for you all in our prayers.

JIM DEMPSEY
   Posted Tue October 25, 2016
SO SORRY TO HEAR OF HER PASSING, JENNIFER SPOKE SO HIGHLY ABOUT HER, IT AS IF I HAD MET AND KNEW HER.

Marianne Aguiar
   Posted Tue October 25, 2016
What a beautiful obituary in remembrance of your loving mother and grandmother. Love you to all at this difficult time. Remember that rainbow.

John Xavier
   Posted Tue October 25, 2016
My condolences to ryan and chip and the rest of the davenport family.

The Canuel family
   Posted Wed October 26, 2016
Our heartfelt
Condolencess go out to
you and your family

Renee Kolbeck Sousa
   Posted Wed October 26, 2016
Dear Bob,
It is sad when a treasured family member passes away. Although it's not easy having to go through the last few events before a passing, please know that the person is not suffering anymore. That makes the passing a tiny bit easier to deal with. It seems as though there will be difficult times to get through when a loved one is remembered in the days to come & at the oddest of moments. Please know that the love of your family and friends will help you get through those trying times. You will always have the special moments you shared with your loved one and that will see you through your journey. Remember, you are not alone.
You are in my thoughts.
Love from your sister,
Renee Kolbeck Sousa

Pauline Sylvia (Marshall) Medeiros
   Posted Sat October 29, 2016
Butch and family I was sorry to hear of your loss. I was just thinking about you guys last week and how many years had gone by since we saw each other. May Gods love and peace be with you all. Love and prayers

Barbara Bonville
   Posted Sun October 30, 2016
Butch and Family -

My heart breaks along with yours. But we take solace in that her suffering is over and the darkness has turned to brighter day. She was an important part of our family for so long. And she loved you so very much, a love that grew each year and welcomed new people into our family. Her legacy is one of joy and laughter, loyalty and friendship but most of all love. My deepest sympathy goes out to you at this emotional time. I love you.
Barbara

Tony & Lee Thomas
   Posted Fri November 18, 2016
After being away and catching up on our newspapers, we were very saddened to read about Sandy's passing. The obituary posted on the website was most fitting and beautiful. We will always remember her as a woman who loved her husband and family deeply, and who devoted her life fully to them.
Henry, Robin, Lance Chip and Ryan....Our deepest and sincerest condolences to your entire family. May she rest in peace and live on in the wonderful memories of family and friends.

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