In Loving Memory of Patricia Kathleen Davidson

December 26th, 1950 – June 25th, 2023


With deep sadness, we announce the passing of Patricia Kathleen Davidson, a loving mother, cherished grandmother, devoted sister, and dear friend. Patricia fought a valiant battle against Parkinson’s Disease, but on June 25th, 2023, she peacefully transitioned to eternal rest, leaving behind a legacy of love, strength, and cherished memories. Her presence will be profoundly missed by all who had the privilege of knowing her.

Born on December 26th, 1950, Patricia was the beloved daughter of the late Torsten and Evelyn Norberg. Growing up in a nurturing and supportive family, she learned the values of compassion, empathy, and generosity, which she would carry throughout her life.

Though she faced the tragic loss of her beloved husband, Gordon Davidson, in October 2005, Patricia’s resilience and strength carried her through the years. She found solace in the embrace of her older brother Preston Norberg and older sister Cindy Hotchkiss, who remained pillars of support and companionship throughout her life’s journey.

The family was at the center of Patricia’s heart, and she was a dedicated and loving mother to her three sons, Bradley (Jina) Davidson, Gregory (Stacy) Davidson, and Scott (Jennifer) Davidson. Her unwavering support, guidance, and unconditional love shaped their lives and instilled the values she held dear in them. Patricia’s grandchildren, Elise, Charlotte, Avalee, Rhett, and Ewan, were her most significant sources of joy. She cherished every moment spent with them, reveling in their laughter and witnessing their growth.

Patricia will be remembered as a remarkable woman who lived a life filled with love, compassion, and a thirst for knowledge. Her warm smile, kind heart, and unwavering love for her family will forever be etched in the hearts of those who knew and loved her.

Patricia dedicated her professional life to being a school psychologist. She dedicated herself to providing invaluable support to students, offering guidance, and fostering their emotional well-being. Patricia’s caring nature, keen listening skills, and compassionate heart made her an invaluable resource for countless students, parents, and colleagues throughout her career. She was known for her ability to create a safe and nurturing environment, empowering young minds to overcome challenges and thrive academically, emotionally, and socially.

Outside of her professional life, Patricia had an adventurous spirit and a passion for exploring the world. She loved to travel, experience new cultures, and create memories that would last a lifetime. From the bustling streets of foreign cities to the serene beauty of nature, she found joy and inspiration in every corner of the globe.

As we say our final goodbyes, let us celebrate Patricia’s remarkable life and the legacy she leaves behind. May her soul find eternal peace, and may her family and friends find comfort in the cherished memories they shared with her.

In honor of Patricia’s memory, the family kindly requests donations be made to the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research, an organization dedicated to finding a cure for this debilitating disease.

Funeral arrangements will be held on July 1, 2023, starting at 10 am, at Life Church Calvert, 35 Cox Rd., Huntingtown, MD 20639. All who wish to pay their respects and celebrate Patricia’s life are welcome to attend. The Celebration of Life service will also be available online at www.patdavidson.com.

Forever in our hearts, Patricia Kathleen Davidson will be deeply missed but never forgotten.