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Friday, October 15, 2021

Eugenie Specht Davis Sarro

Eugenie Specht Davis Sarro
Eugenie Specht Davis Sarro

Eugenie Specht Davis Sarro, 81, of The Villages, Florida, passed away peacefully on September 25, 2021.

Born in 1940 to Malcolm and Marjorie Specht in Tenafly, NJ. Eugenie moved to the Jersey Shore in 1958 to attend Ann May School of Nursing in Neptune. She raised her children and lived in Shark River Hills for fifty-three years before retiring to Florida in 2016. Eugenie’s faith in God guided her throughout her life. She never met a stranger, and all were touched by her faith and kindness. Knowing that God has a plan for all of us is how she lived her life.

Eugenie was predeceased by her eldest son John T. Davis III in 2009, and her husband Rocco in 2019.

She is survived by her “Tribe” a sister Elizabeth Rossiter of Pasadena, CA, and a brother E. Michael Specht of Hockessin, DE, Her six children and their spouses Eric Davis of Berkeley Hts., NJ, Chris Davis (Diane), Flowery Branch, GA, Cathi Brown (David), Lake Park, GA, Joan Crowe (Kevin), Manalapan, NJ, Karen Leto (Jeff Somers), Winston-Salem, NC and Susan Wynings (Keith), Gainesville, GA, her stepchildren Stephanie McCarthy, Tina DeMottie (Joe), and John Sarro. Twenty-four grandchildren and fifteen great grandchildren, as well as eight nieces and seven nephews.

Mom – We will “Pick ourselves up and dust ourselves off” but the hole you left will never be filled.

We love and will miss you Mommy, Eric, Chris, Cathi, Joan, Karen and Susan

Baldwin Brothers Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. A Catholic Funeral Mass is scheduled for October 25, 2021 at 10:00 a.m. at St. Mark’s Catholic Church, The Villages, FL and interment at Bushnell National Cemetery in Bushnell, FL will follow at 12:30 p.m. In lieu of flowers the family requests donations be made to your local Hospice center.

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