Davie, Anita

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Anita Davie of Big Valley, Alta. passed away on Sun. March 27, 2022 at Points West Living in Stettler, Alta.  

Anita was born June 17, 1931 in Idaho Falls, Idaho.  She went to school at various schools in Idaho and then moved to Dillon, Montana where she attended Beaver Head County High School.  

Anita was a brilliant student who graduated at sixteen.  While she was in school she held down three jobs.  She was also a marionette and marched with the high school band.  We do not know how she fit all of these activities in while attending high school.  

She attended college in Dillon, Montana where she met her first love Donald Franklin Blomquist.  They were married April 17, 1949 in Dillon, Montana.

They then lived on a ranch north of Dillon.  

Donita, Bill, Patti and Tami were all born in Dillon.  Anita worked as a telephone operator for Bell telephone when the children were very young.  

Anita and Don moved to Big Valley in 1961.  

Anita loved to play the piano and sing.  In 1973 Don passed away suddenly of a heart attack and Anita was heartbroken. After Don’s passing, Anita helped each of her children with their weddings.

Anita married Sandy Davie in 1981.  They travelled to Scotland and Arkansas.  They also loved to go to B.C. to visit Sandy’s good friends, the Smiths.  

Anita loved to garden and had the most beautiful roses growing around her house.  She was known for her baking and Christmas chocolates.  

Anita was also very active of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Days Saints. 

Anita passed away peacefully at Points West Living. 

A funeral service was held at the Stettler Funeral Home on Sat. April 2, 2022.  If you wish to make a monetary donation to a charity of your choice would be greatly appreciated.

Stettler Funeral Home & Crematorium were entrusted with the care and funeral arrangements.  For further information please contact 403-742-3422.  

Card of Thanks

Anita’s family would like to thank the staff of Points West Living, as well as Dr. Drummond and Dr. Pretorius for the wonderful care she received.  

The family would also like to thank the staff at the Stettler Funeral Home for their thoughtfulness and kindness they received.

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