Paula K. Davies

Paula Karen Davies, 79, of Smethport, passed away unexpectedly on Tuesday, July 23, 2019, from injuries sustained in a vehicle accident. 

Born on April 17, 1940 in Pittsburgh, she was a daughter of the late Charles Martin and Genevieve (Polliard) Conklin. 

Paula was a graduate of Franklin High School and than received her LPN from Butler Hospital. She worked as an LPN for Bradford Hospital, Stones Manor now known as Lakeview, and the Pavillion @ BRMC.

On September 3, 1962 in Franklin, she married Donald Davies who survives.

Paula was a member of the East Smethport United Christian Church. 

She loved to cook and going to the senior center to knit, but she loved being around children especially her grand and great grandchildren.

Paula is survived by her husband, Donald, one son, Michael (Cindy) Davies, of Cyclone, four grandchildren and 11 Great Grandchildren.

She was preceded by her parents, daughter Jon Genevieve Dean, her older sister Marlene Young, and twin sister Carol Ferguson. 

In keeping with the family wishes there will be no public services. 

Arrangements are under the direction of the Hollenbeck-Cahill Funeral Homes Inc.

Online condolences can be made at www.hollenbeckcahill.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

HOLLENBECK-CAHILL Funeral Home

33 South Avenue • Bradford, PA 16701

All Condolences -

Mike, I am so sorry to hear of your mother''s passing. Please accept my sincere condolences.
— Tina Gardner

I remember Karen from the Rew Church. She was my daughter’s Sunday School teacher. My oldest daughter and I were talking about how she got her to learn the books of the Bible in order. When I told her of Karen’s passing she said she was talking to her youngest daughter about Karen. I will always remember her big smile and loving hugs. My condolences to Mick and Mike and families for your loss. Rest In Peace Karen!!
— Barb Skinner

Sorry for your loss. I know my Dad and Mom always liked her. I didn''t really know her.
— Jean (Magee) Crowley

Karen was a spiritual mentor to myself and many. It was Karen who taught me to pray with faith as if it was already done. I can imagine how glorious the moment was when she meant the savior she loved so dearly. We will miss you Karen but I know you are experiencing joy like never before. We will continue to pray for Mick and the rest of her family who is hurting.
— Amanda Linderman

Thoughts and prayers to Mr. Davies, Mike, Crystal and Debi. So very sorry for your loss. God''s blessings on all of you.
— Jon & Sandra Grey

I loved Karen. I will miss her hugs. She knitted a water bottle holder for me and I will continue to use it at work. When kids ask me about it I will be sure to tell them about the special lady who earned her reward in Heaven . I am happy that Karen is with Jesus, but sad for those left behind.
— Marcy Ritts

She was a spiritual blessing to me, I will forever be indebted to her.
— Laura Hixenbaugh

Karen''s light was one of the brightest in this world. She loved God and she let everyone know it. Her great desire was that everyone would turn to meet their Savior. She was a mentor to me in her knowledge of the scriptures and she never used her opinions she always used the Word of God. Today is Thursday. Karen''s regular day at the center. We love her dearly and we will miss her. We are truly sorry for your loss.
— Jill Simms Yingling

Condolences

  • Mike, I am so sorry to hear of your mother''s passing. Please accept my sincere condolences.

    — Tina Gardner
  • I remember Karen from the Rew Church. She was my daughter’s Sunday School teacher. My oldest daughter and I were talking about how she got her to learn the books of the Bible in order. When I told her of Karen’s passing she said she was talking to her youngest daughter about Karen. I will always remember her big smile and loving hugs. My condolences to Mick and Mike and families for your loss. Rest In Peace Karen!!

    — Barb Skinner
  • Sorry for your loss. I know my Dad and Mom always liked her. I didn''t really know her.

    — Jean (Magee) Crowley
  • Karen was a spiritual mentor to myself and many. It was Karen who taught me to pray with faith as if it was already done. I can imagine how glorious the moment was when she meant the savior she loved so dearly. We will miss you Karen but I know you are experiencing joy like never before. We will continue to pray for Mick and the rest of her family who is hurting.

    — Amanda Linderman
  • Thoughts and prayers to Mr. Davies, Mike, Crystal and Debi. So very sorry for your loss. God''s blessings on all of you.

    — Jon & Sandra Grey