Margaret M. Davenport

Margaret M. Davenport

June 17, 1931 - February 17, 2021
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Margaret M. Davenport,

Carrollton, Michigan.

Loving mother and grandmother passed away Wednesday, February 17, 2021 at Ascension St. Mary’s Medical Center. Age 89 years. Daughter of the late Roy and Margaret (Lindow) Ellthorp, Margaret was born June 17, 1931 in Saginaw Michigan. She was married to Jack Davenport on July 11, 1953. He predeceased her June 27, 2007. Margaret was a secretary for the Carrollton Public Schools. She was a member of the catholic faith. Margaret enjoyed knitting, reading and spending time with her family.

Surviving to cherish her memory are two daughters and two sons, Mary M. Davenport and her husband Carl Englund, Kerrie (Rick) Baudoux, James (Michelle) Davenport, Michael (Cindra) Davenport; 14 grandchildren, Jason Davenport, Aaron Davenport, Katie Kabonic, Jacklyn Davenport, Geoffry Davenport, Ricky Baudoux, Tracy Miller, Scott Green, Billy Green, Amanda Green, Maggie LaVictoire, Jimmy Davenport, Chad Davenport and Bethany Davenport; and 12 great-grandchildren. Margaret was preceded in death by two sons, Jack and Rick Davenport and her sister, Eannie Trease.

Honoring Mrs. Davenport’s wishes cremation has taken place. A Memorial Service will take place at a later date. Those planning an expression of sympathy may wish to consider memorials to the Carrollton Public Schools. Please share memories and condolences with the family at
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Mike Hammis

Posted at 07:24am
Your mom was like a second mother to me growing up! Jimmy, Bob and I always had a great time together. Lots of great memories when I think of your mom! May God bless all of you in your time of loss!

Lorraine Davenport

Posted at 09:30am
Our Deepest Sympathy for Marney’s family. Uncle John and I spent many memorable times with Jack and Marney. I especially remember the time Marney and I took her kids, mine, and a couple of her boys friends to Cedar Point. Marney drove and towed a pop up camper. It was an adventure ending in pillow fight when we were a few miles from home. We recalled this trip many times and laughed about it. RIP Marney , Love and Prayers John and Lorraine

Coleen Anegon

Posted at 02:55pm
Thinking of you all. Your mom was such a special, joyful, loving and fun person; she made this world a better place. Memories of your mom/dad and all of the Davenport family make me smile. I never tire of my parents sharing stories of the good times our parents had together, making lifelong friendships. We were the lucky ones who got to go along for the ride. Coleen Hitsman Anegon

Joe Magalski

Posted at 12:41pm
So sorry for your loss Mike and family. I have many fond memories of your mom seeing her both at school and also the many times visiting you. She always was kind to me greeting me with a smile and positive attitude. May the angels welcome her to paradise.
Joe Magalski

Janet Stoney

Posted at 11:47am
I have so many memories of wonderful times with your family. I won’t forget spending summer days at your home and making halter tops with Kerry and Mary. My favorite childhood toys that I remember to this day were my troll dolls and the troll house I received as a Christmas gift from my wonderful God parents you and Jack. I know you’re in heaven today celebrating with your fun hearted crew that went before you and that I am grateful to God for. Thank you for all the love and laughter that filled my heart when I was around you.
Rest In Peace Marney you were a blessing.

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