Judy Elaine Davis-Thompson, 69, formerly of Wright City, passed away surrounded by her loving family February 22, 2019, at OU Medical Center, Oklahoma City. Judy was born September 12, 1949, in Telephone, TX, to Leo and Eleanor (Cooper) Caldwell.Judy was a proud member of the Hampton Chapel in Ft. Towson, OK, and was an associate member of the Dallas Indian Mission United Methodist Church and was active in her Choctaw Community. Judy was fluent in Choctaw and was known as a great seamstress with her traditional Choctaw dresses, shirts, and clothing for Chatas all over Oklahoma including the Chief and the Assistant Chief. She was awarded the Choctaw Heritage Award for her dress making at the Labor Day Festival. Judy had won numerous awards at the Texas State Fair, as well. She also donated her time helping the youth and donated dresses for a scholarship fund for Choctaw students. Judy enjoyed reading her Bible, traveling, and being with her friends and family. Judy was a Christian and relied on her faith and prayers in her daily walk with Jesus. She loved singing Choctaw Hymns also.Judy and Anthony Lee Thompson were united in marriage in August of 2011 at the Dallas Indian Mission United Methodist Church, and had a joyful 8 years together. They enjoyed going to church and Indian Pow Wows together. Judy and Anthony enjoyed setting up and displaying their work in their arts and crafts booth at local Choctaw events.Judy was preceded in death by her father, Leo Caldwell; a brother, Ernie (Bud) Caldwell; and a sister, Earlene Willis.Judy leaves to cherish her memory, her loving husband, Anthony Thompson, of Arlington, TX; her mother, Eleanor Caldwell, of Wright City; daughter and son-in-law, Monica Davis-Cortez and Victor Cortez, Jr., of Arlington, TX; a brother, A.L. Caldwell and his wife Loretha, of Wright City; sisters, Ruth Ann Frazier and her husband Michael, of Dallas, TX and Pamela Kay Wilson, of Durant, OK; grandchildren, Venessa Garcia, Delicia Garcia, Juliahna Reeves, Marcella Reeves, Alyssa Cortez, and Victor Cortez, III; a great-grandchild, Izmarie Carrillo; many nieces and nephews; a host of other relatives and many friends. Visitation Wednesday, February 27, 2019 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM Brumley Funeral Home Chapel 500 N. Park Dr. Broken Bow, OK 74728 Open Google Maps Funeral Thursday, February 28, 2019 11:00 AM Nanih Chito Methodist Church Wright City, OK Open Google Maps Burial will follow at the Nanih Chito Cemetery, Wright City. \nTo send flowers to the family or plant a tree in memory of Judy Davis-Thompson, please visit our floral store.