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Ann Elizabeth Davis

May 10, 1955 ~ September 3, 2023 (age 68) 68 Years Old

Ann Davis Obituary

Ann “Annie” Davis (nee Chamberlin) of Highland Park, NJ passed away at home on September 3, 2023. Born on May 10, 1955, she was the daughter of the late Earl and Mary Helen Chamberlin of Scotch Plains. Ann is survived by her loving husband of thirty years, Steve Davis, sisters Karen Chamberlin (Mark Wooles), Jenny Hamberlin (Randy), Penny Hamner (J.W), and brothers, Martin Chamberlin and Philip Chamberlin, sister-in-law Linda Chamberlin, brother-in-law Richard Davis (Tamar) and many beloved nieces and nephews. Annie was predeceased by her brother Geoffrey Chamberlin.

In High School, Ann was an excellent student and a member of the twirling squad at Scotch Plains–Fanwood High School. Ann went on to earn a bachelor’s degree in fine arts from Douglass College, Rutgers University. While at Douglass, she studied for a semester at the Whitney Museum in New York City. Ann was a talented artist. Her work has been displayed in exhibits, periodicals, and local galleries over the years. She created her own unique series, The Moonbees. Annie expanded her talents and became a prolific writer earning grants for her work. An avid reader and lifelong learner, Annie was fluent in Russian and studied Greek mythology and religion which she wove into her writing.

Donations in Ann’s memory can be made to the National Alliance for the Mentally Ill.

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