Genevieve Davison's Donation Page

Born  1/24/59, passed 5/3/2016

Born in Orange France to working class parents. She attended Catholic School as a child and then attended a Technical High School with the intention of studying to become an Architect. She eventually migrated to the US in 1985 and ended up working in the Tour and Travel business as a tour operator for American Tours International (ATI) who also sponsored her for her green card. Eventually she began studying at the UCLA School of Design with the intention of becoming an interior designer.

Genevieve eventually went to work at Ethan Allen where she really laid the ground work for the day when she could go one her own as an independent designer. Every business needs an economic reason for being. Genevieve had this in spades as many of her customers from Ethan Allen purchased bigger and better homes and would not take no as answer when it came to her doing design work for them. She built this into a nice little business for herself. She specialized in kitchen and bath remodels and window treatments. Because of her technical background she could read blueprints and was able to do major home renovations that included structural work as well. She was able to do room additions. Move walls around, deal with load bearing walls and…she even designed and built a luxury home in the Sunset Plaza area. Genevieve also appeared on the HGTV show Designer’s Challenge a couple of times.

Genevieve became a US citizen in 1999 and was extremely proud to be an American. She is survived by her husband Bruce Davison and her sisters, Yvette Vegas and Agnes Des Jardin and her mother Elvire Choppe who all reside in the south of France. She was an extraordinary and talented woman who was loved by many. She will be missed by all that knew her.
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