WINTERS - Dianne Sims Davis was presented as the Coming Home Queen during the Homecoming festivities on Friday, Oct. 20 at Blizzard Stadium.

WINTERS - Dianne Sims Davis was presented as the Coming Home Queen during the Homecoming festivities on Friday, Oct. 20 at Blizzard Stadium.

A 1958 graduate of Winters High School, she was chosen as a Texas All Star by the Texas High School Girls Coaching Association and played in an exhibition game in Huntsville.

She then attended the University of North Texas in Denton where she received a Bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education in 1962. Going to school in the summers, she earned her Master’s Degree in 1967. She also attended Texas A&M University and received a degree in Early Childhood Education.

She married George Davis in 1961 and their son, Tommy came along in 1963. He lives in Winters with his wife Monnie and owns and operates 3D Oil & Gas.

Davis moved to Winters in 1964 and began her teaching career and taught first grade for about 20 years and then moved to kindergarten for the last 20 years of her career.

Since retirement she continues to care for her cattle, cats, and dogs.

She has brought her son, Tommy and her grandson, Don Davis into the cattle business and have increased the size of their herd.

She is a member of the St. John’s Lutheran Church where she taught Sunday school and served as treasurer in the 1960’s.

She is recently involved with the Friends of the Senior Citizens of Winters where she was elected as president. She plays cards several times each week and enjoys interacting with other seniors.

Davis has said she is proud to be from from the community and is glad to have raised her son and grandson in this community.