Owen F. Davis

February 14, 1942 - March 28, 2017
Visitation
January 1, 1970   
Service
January 1, 1970   
Cemetery

Owen F. Davis, age 75, of Atlanta, Texas went to be with the Lord Tuesday, March 28, 2017 at his residence.

Owen was born February 14, 1942 in Tuckerman, Arkansas to Layton and Oval Davis. He was retired from the United States Navy serving during the Vietnam War. He was a Baptist by faith and loved spending time tinkering and collecting old movies and records. He was preceded in death by his parents.

He is survived by his wife, Rose M. Davis of Atlanta, Texas; son, Andy Davis and special friend Louisa Taylor of Atlanta, Texas; brother, David Davis of Carlinville, Illinois; three grandchildren, Stephanie Burns, Tina Tappana, Jason Jolly; six great-grandchildren, Kaleb Morgan, Nathen Morgan, Rhylie Burns, Emma Tappana, Olivia Tappana, Noah Jolly and a number of other relatives.

Cremation arrangements are under the direction of Hanner Funeral Service.

No services are planned at this time


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Guestbook Entries (8)
byMarsha Upchurch

April 2, 2017

I will surely miss popping Mr. Davis's ruler suspenders. It was the highlight of my day when he would come out for his mail or a package. He was always on top of the world
byMarsha Upchurch

April 2, 2017

byM. Louise

April 2, 2017

My condolence to Mr. Davis’ family: Losing a loved one is never easy. But please keep in mind the wonderful thoughts found in Isaiah 25:8 and Revelations 21:4, that one day soon the earth will be a place free from pain, mourning, and even death: I hope that you find comfort and encouragement in knowing that Almighty God cares for you: Also we may again see our loved ones whom we have lost in death - Acts 24:15, 1 Thessalonians 4:13.
byBetty Hamnett

April 1, 2017

byRandy & Teresa

March 31, 2017

byRandy & Teresa Moore

March 31, 2017

We will miss Owen's wonderful funny humor. Our love to you Rose and Andy. Praying strength for you.
byBARBARA

March 31, 2017

byBarbara

March 31, 2017

OH MY GRACIOUS HE WILL BE MISSED. HE WOULD ALWAYS COME TO THE CLINIC AND I WOULD CALL HIM MR. VALENTINE. HE WOULD ALWAYS COME TO MY WINDOW.I WILL TRULY MISS HIM. PRAYERS FOR THE FAMILY.

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