Lisa Renee Davis, 29, of Bartlett, Tennessee died March 10, 2009. 

Lisa was born July 23, 1979 at Siloam Springs Memorial Hospital in Siloam Springs, Arkansas to Steve and Paula (McGlothlin) Davis.  She attended grade school in Jay, Oklahoma and Southwest City, Missouri.  Lisa attended McDonald County High School for one year and then finished her high school career in Grove, Oklahoma, graduating from Grove High School in 1998.  She was a member of Mount Hermon Church, Jay, Oklahoma.  Lisa moved to Bartlett, Tennessee in 2004.  Currently, she was a finance specialist for Bumpus Harley-Davidson in Memphis, Tennessee.  She was also a licensed aesthetician.

Lisa was a gifted person in many areas of her life.  She competed nationally gymnastics.  She was currently pursuing a promising modeling and acting career.  This is evidenced by her appearance on the cover of the 2005 Caribbean Tan International Calendar, an extra in “The Open Road” with Justin Timberlake, a bikini babe in “Final Destination 4”, a hottie in Jason Michael Carroll’s CMT music video “I Can Sleep When I’m Dead”, and a dancer in Keith Anderson’s CMT music video “Pickin Wildflowers”.  She had also appeared in 15 different television commercials.

Lisa married Lucas Plunk in Cancun, Mexico; they were later divorced.

Her paternal grandparents, Aline and Roy Davis, her maternal grandparents, Verl and Edith McGlothlin and one stepsister, Kim Jackson, preceded Lisa in death.

Lisa is survived by her father, Steve Davis of Gentry, Arkansas; her mother and step-father, Paula and Doug Jackson of Grove, Oklahoma; two brothers, Bryon Davis and his wife Amanda and Chris Davis both of Jay, Oklahoma; one half-sister, Angie Rodriguez and her husband Chris of Gentry, Arkansas; one stepsister, Natasha Hollenback of Jay, Oklahoma; four stepbrothers and stepsisters of Arkansas; four nephews, Landon Davis and Parker Davis both of Southwest City, Missouri and Mason Davis and Gatlin Sanford both of Jay, Oklahoma; three nieces, Destany Davis and Morgan Davis both of Southwest City, Missouri and Sami Davis of Jay, Oklahoma.  Other survivors include Alice Davis of Siloam Springs, Arkansas; Jim Martin of Grove, Oklahoma; many aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.

The family will receive friends 6:00 to 8:00 p.m., Friday, March 20, 2009 at Worley-Luginbuel Funeral Home in Grove, Oklahoma.

A celebration of Lisa’s life will take place at 2:00 p.m., Saturday, March 21, 2009 at First Baptist Church, Southwest City, Missouri with Rev. Dan Newton officiating.  Burial will follow in Maysville Cemetery, Maysville, Arkansas.  Pallbearers will be

Lisa’s nieces and nephews, Destany Davis, Gatlin Sanford, Landon Davis, Mason Davis, Morgan Davis, Parker Davis, and Sami Davis will serve as honorary pallbearers.

Those wishing to honor Lisa, may send donations to the Lisa Davis Memorial Fund in care of Arvest Bank, 1818 South Main, P.O. Box 450847, Grove, OK 74344 or in care of the Bank of Bartlett, 6281 Stage Road, Memphis, TN 38134.

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Worley-Luginbuel Funeral Home of Grove, Oklahoma is in charge of arrangements.