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Alisha Diane Davidson
November 11, 1963 ~ February 6, 2024 (age 60) 60 Years Old
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Alisha Diane Davidson passed away from this life to begin her journey beyond on February 6, 2024. She was 60 years old. Born on November 11, 1963, Alisha was the daughter of Melvin Gilbert Davidson and Betty Jo (Woods) Overstreet, both of whom preceded her in death.
She adored her three children – Caitlin Davidson of Newcastle, OK, Ryan Davidson of Harrah, OK, and Reed Davidson of Norman, OK, all of whom will forever cherish her memory. She is also survived by many aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews, and numerous cousins.
Alisha attended U.S. Grant High school her freshman year, and thereafter began attending Mount Saint Mary, graduating with the Class of 1981. She later attended Southern Methodist University in University Park, Texas. Professionally, Alisha accomplished many great things at the Zales Corporation, Kerr McGee, Southwest Airlines, and finally, as a legal assistant and paralegal for the State of Oklahoma.
Sweet, loving, and caring, Alisha enjoyed nothing more than spending quality time with the people she loved. She was supportive and kind, especially when it came to her children. Alisha was a devoted mom who was always there to support her kids through their accomplishments and cheer for them during their sporting events and extra-curricular activities.
She loved to travel and explore new places, and delighted in showing her children the beauty and wonder life has to offer. Having come of age in the 1970s, Alisha had a soft spot for The Beatles and The Rolling Stones and loved listening to 80s rock. Alisha's love for music was just as vibrant as her personality.
As we reflect on the life of Alisha Diane Davidson, let us remember her for the beautiful moments she shared, the love she bestowed upon her family, and her unwavering commitment to the things that brought her joy. She will be greatly missed.