Caitlin M. Davis

WOODBURY — Caitlin M. Davis, 37, passed away peacefully from natural causes on Saturday, October 31, 2020, at her home in Woodbury.

She was born August 6, 1983, to John and Cecily (Hunt) Davis at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Stamford. She grew up in Woodbury and graduated from Fairfield University where she was a double major in English and theater. While at school, Cait spent a semester abroad in England, studying at the University of Cambridge where she continued to study theater as well as selected works of Shakespeare.

After graduation, Cait moved to New York City and worked in the theater industry. While in the city, Cait became an established writer. Cait wrote the novel “Lilly Palmer Is a Mess” and recently published the sequel, “Lilly Palmer Has a Dress.”

She enjoyed spending her summers in the Adirondacks with her family and Boston Terriers, Bette and Viola. Her time in the mountains is where she wrote many of her plays. Cait also enjoyed acting in community theater as well as attending Broadway musicals.

She recently started her own freelance business, Mare Magnolia, for copy writing, internet marketing and proof-reading assistance.

Cait is survived by her mother, Cecily; her sister, Gillian and brother-in-law, Sean Corrigan, and her brother, Griffin; as well as aunts, uncles and cousins. Cait was preceded in death by her father John in 2014. She was a loving daughter, sister and friend to all.

A time of gathering tppk placeWednesday, November 4, with the clergy service immediately following at Munson-Lovetere Funeral Home, 235 Main St. North, Southbury.

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