Obituary of Davonne Renee Beck
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Mrs. Davonne Renee Beck, daughter of the late Dorothy Jean Daily and Floyd D. Peterson, was born June 17, 1960, in Long Beach, California. Davonne grew up in Red Bluff, California. There she made many fond memories that she talked about often with her 6 siblings. Her brothers and sisters say that what they remember most of her is she was their little comic. She was always positive, funny and would tell it like it was no matter what. Most of the memories she told of her childhood involved silly stories of mischief with siblings and her mom while camping at Battle Creek Campgrounds in Tehama, California. Davonne graduated from Red Bluff Union High in 1978. It was in High school where she fell in love as she would put it with a “goof ball” who she knew she wanted to spend the rest of her life with. She moved to Oklahoma with Richard Glen Beck and became his wife on August 25, 1979. It was here in Sapulpa, Oklahoma where she graduated from Central Tech and started a family. She was a wonderful mom who had two beautiful boys Jesse William and Jeremy James. Davonne was such a great mom and had so much more love to share; God gave her an opportunity to raise another son. So, she and Richard adopted Treston Lee. Shortly after that, she became a mother in law and as she would say God gave her 2 daughters. With the passing of her beloved sister, Deanna Clark, she took in daughter number 3 when her niece moved to Oklahoma. With all of these later additions there was NO distinction they were all her children. All of them she loved with every fiber of her being. She would drop everything and anything for them with just a simple call for help. She soon became a Meme to 6 grandchildren. These became her greatest treasures. If you knew her at all, you would know all about her children and grandchildren as she would talk about them without fail and share pictures of them and their accomplishments and growth. Besides being a hard working mother and grandmother she worked for the County. She was a County Clerk and Court Clerk here in Sapulpa most of her life. Recently, she had also taken up a second job at Wal-Mart. If that wasn’t enough she also had a farm that she loved and worked. She was the hardest worker one would ever know. She loved her chickens and passing out eggs to anyone who needed them. She also had a herd of goats. Her other set of “kids” so to speak. She would get so excited at birthing time involving the whole family to help with naming them. She milked them, and cared for them just as she did everything else in her life; giving all her time to someone or something else. Her giving heart had no bounds. She also loved gardening. She had a garden she named “the ole worn out garden” in honor of one of her grandkids. She loved flowers and Iris’. Every spring she would be planting some kind of flower or new bush. She loved nature. She had hummingbird and bird feeders all around her front porch. Making new additions and a place for the whole family to come and visit was top priority. She would cook breakfast or dinner or whatever meal would bring her family together. Having everyone at her place wasn’t a hassle it was a BLESSING and she made every attempt to make you feel at home whether you were a part of the family or a friend. Her life will forever be cherished in the lives of her family: her husband; Richard Glen Beck 1st son and his family; Jesse, Chauntay, Aubrey, Gabriel, Camden, 2nd son and his family; Jeremy, Amanda “Mandi” , Sydney, Eli, Everlea, 3rd son Treston Beck. Her niece; Melissa Beguin, Her brothers and sisters: Dorinda and Bruce Hignight, Deland and Vicky Peterson, Daryl and Vicki Peterson, Glenn and Carrie Wood, Gwendy and Tom Graves, and numerous nieces and nephews.To send flowers to the family or plant a tree in memory of Davonne Beck, please visit Tribute Store
Monday, February 21, 2022
Sapulpa First Church of God
1011 East Hastain Avenue
Sapulpa , Oklahoma, United States
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