Anne B. Davidson



Anne B. Davidson, 80, of Amargosa Valley, NV, passed away at home on March 23, 2018. Beloved wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother, she was born Anne Boucher Chattin, July 29, 1937, in Plainfield Union, New Jersey. Pre-deceased by her father, George Edward Chattin, Jr., mother Venon Louise Boucher, sisters June Ethyl Chattin, Mary Jane Chattin Seltzer; brothers John R. Chattin, George Edward Chattin III and William Lee Bowman Sr.; and grandson Jason Allen Street. Surviving Anne are her husband Duane Davidson; sister Patricia Louise Browns of Missouri, daughters Alleen Rae Hager of Illinois, Lynne Anne Gutierrez of Oregon and Karen Louise Street of Nevada; her sons John Edward Hager of California, Charles Francis Miller and Michael Lloyd Woofter of Nevada; 23 grandchildren and 31 great-grandchildren and her treasured dog, Tink. Anne moved to Las Vegas in 1962 from Chicago, Illinois. She worked in the gaming industry at the legendary Stardust Hotel, Silver City and Castaways and a short time in Lake Tahoe. An active member of the Las Vegas German-American Club, she retired to Amargosa Valley and was appointed by Nevada's Governor to the Board of Directors of the Amargosa Valley Library District, to which she was dedicated. Anne was a past-president of VFW Post 6826's Ladies Auxiliary, volunteered at the community's Senior Center, regularly visited area residents home-bound due to agoraphobia and was a member of the Amargosa Red Hat Club. An avid reader and cinephile, she was brilliant at math and an accomplished baker. She loved hummingbirds, was a bird‐watcher who took care of local birds, and collected angels. Services for Anne will be held within our hearts.