Marjorie R. Davis, 76, died peacefully March 17 at Waldo County General Hospital in Belfast.

Mrs. Davis was born June 19, 1933, in Dorchester, Mass., to John and Clara (Bassett) Harper.

A memorial service will be held Tuesday, March 23 at 2 p.m. at Faith Temple Church of God, Lincolnville Ave., Belfast, with the Rev. Charles Hall officiating. The burial will be in Palmer, Alaska, at a later date.

She was predeceased by her parents, John Harper and Clara Bassett; her husband of 50 years, Stanley H. Davis; and a son-in-law, Kenneth Leavitt.

Surviving are Mrs. Davis’ loving and devoted husband, Reginald L. Davis, of Liberty, with whom she happily shared the last seven years; four daughters, Mary Landfear and her husband, David, of Palmer, Alaska, April Johnson and her husband, Dennis, of Cleveland, Tenn., Melissa Hagy and her husband, Scott of Palmer, Alaska, and Lydia Hunt and her husband, Ron, of Wasilla, Alaska; a son, Richard Davis, and his wife, Linda, of Palmer, Alaska;  a stepson, Lloyd Davis, of Burbank, Calif.; and a stepdaughter, Betty Lu Davis, of Northport, who worked lovingly and tirelessly to provide the best of care for Midge throughout her recent illness.

Also surviving are four sisters and their families; Alice Gordon of Barre, Mass., Phyllis and Justin Ryngiewicz of Lake Worth, Fla., Rosie and Sam Heyes of Barre, Mass., and Helen and Clyde Perkins of Warwick, Mass. Other survivors include 15 grandchildren, five great-grandchildren, numerous step-grandchildren; and many other family members and special friends.

Mrs. Davis treasured her relationships with family and friends and was known to them by many affectionate names including Midge, Midgie, Marge, Mom, Mumma, Grandma, Auntie and Sweetie.

Her most valued relationship, however, was with the Lord Jesus Christ, of whom she was not ashamed, and gave herself both privately and publicly, to prayer and Bible study. She is now enjoying the precious fruit of that most important relationship.

Arrangements are with Young Funeral Home, Searsport.