By McMahon Funeral Home
Judith A. Davister, 69, Luxemburg, passed away on Wednesday afternoon, December 20, 2017, peacefully at home with family by her side. She was born July 15, 1948 in Two Rivers to Delores (Haws) Schultz and the late Raymond Schultz and grew up on the family farm in Kewaunee County with her nine brothers and one sister. She attended East Twin River grade school and Kewaunee High School, graduating in 1966. Judy married Larry Davister on September 16, 1967, at Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary Church, Tish Mills. They first resided in the Town of Eaton, later moved to Green Bay and finally settled back on Finger Road, near Larry’s home farm where they resided since 1982. Before marriage, Judy was employed by Hamilton Manufacturing, Two Rivers. After marrying and moving to Eaton, she was employed as a CNA at St. Vincent Hospital for three years, continued her career at Parkview Manor for two years, leaving to assist the Sisters of St. Francis of the Holy Cross in Bay Settlement for 18 years. Her final responsibilities as a CNA were with the Kewaunee County Health Department. Judy loved to travel, taking numerous extended road trips to Florida each winter as well as touring the majority of the United States and parts of Canada. On one special trip they traveled to Disney World with their eldest daughter Tina’s entire family. On numerous trips, Judy and Larry were accompanied by both of their mothers, Dolores Davister and Delores Schultz, making a perfect foursome for travel. As empty-nesters, Judy and Larry most enjoyed touring cross country on their Gold Wing. In early years she loved camping with their four children and later watching the grandchildren’s sports and attending their music concerts and plays. Sunday morning was always special to Judy as Larry’s mother, all their children and sometimes even Larry’s brothers would come to their home for Sunday breakfast. Survivors include her husband Larry, their four children, twelve grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Daughter: Tina (Jeffrey) LeRoy, Luxemburg and grandchildren, Amanda (Brian) Olson, great-granddaughter Carson and great-grandson Jack; Alexander LeRoy (Jessica Petersen), great-granddaughter Vera and Jessica’s three children, Ella, Zander and Sawyer; Ashley LeRoy (Tylor Kroll); Adam LeRoy (Erica Sampo) and great-granddaughter Charlotte; Austin LeRoy. Son: Patrick Davister, Luxemburg, two grandsons, Derrick and Devin. Daughter: Tami (Jeff) Theys, New Franken, two grandsons, Logan and Jordan and granddaughter Lillian. Son: Kevin (Jamie) Davister, New Franken and two granddaughters, Emilie and Lauren. Judy is further survived by her mother, Delores Schultz, Tish Mills; one special sister, Therese Hanna and Mark, Denmark; nine brothers and six sisters in law, Tom (Peggy) Schultz, Tish Mills; John (Janet) Schultz, Manitowoc; Tim (Marlene) Schultz, Kiel; godchild, Kimberly (Schultz) Bloom, MN; Mike Schultz and fiancée, Joan VandenBush, Kewaunee; Mark (Marie) Schultz, DePere; Jeff (Nancy) Schultz, Tish Mills; Scott Schultz, Tish Mills; Curtis (Deanne) Schultz, Kewaunee; Gregg (Debbie) Schultz, Green Bay; and through marriage, her husband’s sister, Karen (Bernie) Skaletski, Green Bay; three brothers in law, Gary (Pat) Davister, Green Bay; Dean (Connie) Davister, Green Bay; Ken (Sue) Davister, Green Bay. Numerous nieces and nephews further survive. Judy was preceded in death by her father, Raymond Schultz; one infant brother; one sister in law, Debbie Schultz; godparents, Glen and Margret Meissner; father in law and mother in law, Louis and Dolores Davister; brother in law and sister in law, Bob and Shelby Davister. Friends may call at St. Thomas the Apostle Church, Sugarbush, 4:00 to 7:00 pm on Tuesday, December 26, 2017. Closing prayer service 7:00 pm with Pat Ratajczak. Visitation will continue at St. Thomas The Apostle Church between 9:30 and 10:45 am on Wednesday, December 27, 2017. Funeral 11:00 am on Wednesday at the church with Rev. Carlo Villaluz, officiating. Entombment in the Shrine of the Good Shepherd Mausoleum, Green Bay. McMAHON FUNERAL HOME, LUXEMBURG is assisting the Davister Family. www.mcmahonfh.com
The Davister Family wishes to express their gratitude to, our close family friend, Pat Ratajczak, Asera Care Hospice, staff and nurses of St. Vincent Hospital, for your care and compassion shown to us. In lieu of flowers, donations to St. Jude Hospital would be appreciated.