Samantha Davison, 30
Samantha "Kori" Davison, beloved mother, daughter, sister, and friend to many, died at the age of 30 on July 17, 2013, from a motorcycle accident.
She lived in Menomonie, Wis., and formerly in Balsam Lake, Wis. Samantha was born at the St. Croix Falls Hospital on March 26, 1983. She graduated from Unity High School in 2001. After graduation she attended the College of St. Scholastica in Duluth, Minn., and then served in the U.S. Army until her honorable discharge. She was currently working in the sales industry.
Samantha's energetic personality and charisma allowed for her to easily interact with people professionally and personally. She enjoyed many hobbies and any physical sports activities, including running, biking, and kickboxing, and was an active volunteer.
She was preceded in death by her grandparents Frances and Edward Davison and Muriel G. Erlitz and uncle Lanny Erlitz.
She leaves behind her "Little Man" and loving son, Ethan Walls; parents, Roger and Julie (Appel) Davison; sister, Alexandra of Balsam Lake; brother, Ryan (Renae) Davison of Center City, Minn.; adoring niece Allyse and nephew Jared Davison; grandfather Joseph Appel Sr.; great-grandmother Ruth Kincaid; aunts and uncles, Dorothy and Ben Flottemesch, Debbie Erlitz, Joseph and Deb Appel, David Appel and Jeanne (Kizer), Jeorgia and Clint Cluckey, Jan and Pete Chrzanowski, Jackie and Scott Sorensen, Jarilyn and Terry Johnson, Jen and Troy Christensen, Karen and Ron Hastings, and Dennis and Kathy Davison. Samantha also leaves Ethan's father, Chaz Walls; uncle Miles Walls; grandparents Duane and Terry Maciej; and many cousins, extended families and friends.
A funeral service was held at 11 a.m. Wednesday, July 24, at Faith Lutheran Church in Balsam Lake. A visitation was held from 4-8 p.m. Tuesday, July 23, at the Williamson-White Funeral Home in Amery. Burial was at the Balsam Lake Cemetery. Pallbearers were Ryan Davison, Andrew Klevgard, Trevor Dillon, Miles Walls, Brian Denny, and Shane Bueling.
To sign an online guestbook and view a video tribute, visit www.williamsonwhite.com. Arrangements were made with the Williamson-White Funeral Home and Cremation Services of Amery.