Eloise Cook Davis, “Cookie”, 83, of Fort Worth, Texas.
Eloise, passed away peacefully, Saturday, July 11, 2020.
Eloise was born September 24, 1936 at Proctor West Virginia. Daughter of the late Russell Grant Cook and Faye Baxter.
Eloise attended school in New Martinsville and graduated from Magnolia High School, class of 1954.
Eloise worked for the FBI in Washington, DC, under J Edgar Hoover and was the pitcher of the Women’s FBI Softball Team for which she received a trophy from J Edgar Hoover. After moving to Tulsa, Oklahoma, she became the first female meter reader for the local electric company and appeared in several newspaper articles during her career.
Eloise enjoyed fast-pitch softball, fishing, camping and all sports. Her friendly smile and loving personality won friends with everyone she met. She was active in her Christian faith and is now enjoying everlasting life in Heaven.
In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her son, Kevin Conley.
Survived by her brother Jerry (Betty) Cook of New Martinsville WV, son Richard Conley of Euless, Texas, seven grandchildren: Christopher Conley, Joshua (Nicole) Conley, Jonathan Conley, Sarah (Ryan) Perkinson, Caitlin Conley, Katherine Conley and Grayson Conley; one great-granddaughter Camryn; and many nephews, nieces and cousins.
Services will be held at the convenience of the family with internment in the Baxter Cemetery, Newman Ridge Proctor, West Virginia.