Flowers, Christine Lizell (Davis)

February 22, 1958 - July 18, 2018

Christine Lizell (Davis) Flowers, of Carrollton, TX, was born on February 22, 1958 in Shreveport, Louisiana, to Jacquelyn Joy Davis and the late Joseph Samuel Davis. She passed away peacefully at age 60 on July 18, 2018 in Allen, Texas.

She graduated from Memorial High School; Tulsa, OK in 1976, Oklahoma State University in 1981, and Oklahoma State University for graduate school in 1982. Christine was preceded in death by her father, Joseph Samuel Davis; grandmothers, Eleanor Jolley and Liz Davis; and grandfathers, Virgil Jolley and J. “Mule” Davis.

She is survived by her daughter, Samantha Christine Flowers of Sachse, TX and her son, Garrett David Flowers of Dallas, TX; brothers, Jay Davis & his wife Debbie of Boston, MA and David Davis and wife Laurie of Allen, TX; sister, Libby (Davis) Vermeire of Allen, TX; niece, Jackie Vermeire; and nephews, Cody Davis and his wife Emily Davis, Clayton Vermeire, Joseph Davis, Adam Davis, Luke Davis, and Great Nephew Sam Davis.

Chris grew up in Tulsa, OK where she enjoyed being with friends and family, playing tennis, and participating in the Girl Scouts. She also spent every summer working at Camp Davis. She described Camp Davis as her “soul’s passion” and definitely extended that passion and love for the mountains to her children. She loved spending time on the Gulf Coast in Pass Christian, MS with her grandparents and family. Chris enjoyed all kinds of music and loved dancing and having fun. She seemed to never meet a stranger and therefore had a large variety of friends and interests. She was very involved in her children’s lives, including marching band and church activities. She enjoyed volunteering her time at both First Christian Church in Tulsa, OK and Northway Christian Church in Dallas, TX.

Chris has been and always will be described as a woman who loved her family, friends, and the Lord unconditionally. She always made sure that the people she loved were taken care of, even if she herself was not in the best place. She is fondly remembered as being highly respectful to her loving parents, hard working in anything she put her mind to, and supportive towards her children in anything they pursued.

She was a member of Northway Christian Church, Disciples of Christ. The family invites donations in Christine’s name to Northway Christian Church.

Friends and family are welcome to attend the memorial service, officiated by Mark Bender, on Monday, July 30 at 11:00 a.m. at Northway Christian Church, 7202 W Northwest Hwy, Dallas, Texas, 75225.

Arrangements are under the direction of
ARIA Cremation Service and Funeral Home
19310 Preston Road
Dallas, Texas 75252


8 replies on “Flowers, Christine Lizell (Davis)”

Ann Sullivan says:

Chris will be remembered with great love for her beautiful soul & the grace in life she showed. The passion for love & kindness was ever present in Chris each day the sun shone on her lovely face. Her love of her family was evident in her daily life. Love to Jackie & her family for their gracious gift of Chris. Forever love, Ann

Victoria Ann Parker says:

Chris touched the lives of so many. We were so privileged to have known her and pray that her family, especially Samantha and Garrett, find comfort and ultimately peace, knowing she is no longer suffering. We send our love and prayers to the entire Davis Family.
With our deepest sympathy,
Victoria and Tom Parker and Family

Joyce White Phillips says:

I’m so sorry for you and your families loss. God Bless your family, and sending prayers.

Karen Leaverton Duhrkopf says:

Our hearts are with you during this time. Chris was so loved and so loving. I know sweet memories of your time together will help bring peace. Love you all.

Sherry (May) Crosby says:

Our Deepest Sympathy!!!
Chris will be deeply missed!!!
In Our Prayers,
Jim & Sherry Crosby

Steve & Suzie says:

We will always remember our last time together with Chris at Camp Davis in 2014 on steak night. She had a great time that night totally enjoying the festivities and seemed to be having the best time of her life. She is in Gods hands now. God bless her.

Julie Lawler & Gracen Kahler says:

Our sincere and deepest sympathies to the whole Davis and Flowers families as you say goodbye to Chris. We know how much she will be missed. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Sending you lots of support at this time of loss.
Prayers for peace. “+”

CD says:

Please accept my sincerest condolences for the loss of your dear family member and friend. Until the promises of Revelation 21:3,4 are fulfilled, may you all continue to draw strength and comfort from our Heavenly Father who is the God of all comfort and tender mercies.

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