It is with a heavy heart that we announce the passing of Jeanie Davis. For all those who knew her knew how amazing of a person she was and how much she gave back to not only her friends and family but the community at large. She was extremely selfless and always did better for others than herself which was evident In Her tireless work in career as a clinical social worker, director in social services as well as private practice over 40 years helping countless people within her reach. Her values and morality are characteristics she instilled in her family. Boone Pickens stadium and Sunset Lake will never be the same without her there.Jeanie was born in Lamont, OK on December 21st, 1941 to Jean and Wilfred Muegge. She is survived by her daughter Kelly Tennison and her husband Steve, her daughter Shannon Davis, granddaughters Taylor, Morgan, Sheriden, Avery, and Bailey, and great grandchildren Tristan and Vann. She is also survived by her mother in law Martha, her stepchildren Melissa and Bobby, Christopher and Kimberly, Mason and Amanda, Emily and Patrick, and Marty as well as her bonus grandchildren Briana (And Willow), Victoria, Taylor G., Emma, MacKenzie, Elijah, and Ryan; and her brother Buck Muegge and wife Susie and there family. She is preceded in death by both parents, Don Davis, and her life partner and best friend Carol Goode. Always being the consummate planner not much was left to do the day we had to say goodbye. The no fuss "don't make a big deal for me" no funeral but throw a big party someday directives have been well known for years. The one thing our mom, grandma, friend, and partner in all things fun or funny did forget to plan was what would be written about her here. Again, probably a natural oversight as calling attention to herself was never the objective. Always the classy and coolest chick at the party, if you didn't laugh in her presence that was your fault. Brilliant beyond words and a genius in all realms from building a deck at her lake house to identifying the rarest of birds she was a lifelong learner and avid reader (speed reader) until she could no longer be. With more degrees than a thermometer she was always the smartest person in the room but didn't have to tell anyone. She was a fanatical fan of anything Oklahoma State and was equally as fanatical about her family and selflessly did for others in her career, inspired, and helped countless people and loved by all. She was the best at everything she tried and a talented athlete with her most impressive skill being her ability to ski on a boat paddle. The loss will be a daily reminder for us all to continue her mission of making this world a better place by the example she set by her actions not just her words. We were not able to negotiate a funeral service but she finally agreed to a viewing. For all those who would like to pay their respects, a visitation will be scheduled for Sunday, December 20th between 12pm and 6pm at Smith and Kernke N. May Funeral Home.If you would like, in lieu of flowers and cards please feel free to make a charitable donation in her name, to your charity of choice or one of her favorites; The ACLU or The Southern Poverty Law Center.