In Loving Memory

Lloyd "Bill" Davis

Lloyd "Bill" Davis
May 31, 1927
November 15, 2019
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Thoughts and Prayers for the family as you prepare to celebrate his amazing life... May the Lord reach down and wrap his arms around you and bring you some comfort knowing he is with the Lord and no longer suffering. Hugs to you all - ?? the Jasters
Tammy Jaster
Brenhan, TX
Though I only knew of Bill Davis through my many conversations with Byron, I feel like I got to know him over the years. Byron always spoke fondly of Bill, and his mother Renate, and how they met and of their full life together. I am sorry to hear of Bill's passing and know that he will be missed by many. Please accept my sincere condolences for your loss.
Carl Ceder
Toluca Lake, CA
We will certainly miss you Uncle Bill. Of course, Danny is your nephew but you've been a part of my life for the last 50 years. We love you and will miss you so terribly much.
Danny and Sherry Gibson
Pearland, TX
I knew him as my beloved uncle who was a joy to be with. He will always be a part of my heart. He leaves us
with a legacy of love and devotion to family. A kind and gentle man, known for his jolly laugh and fine storytelling abilities, everyone will feel his loss. I have especially fond memories of him when he visited his old Mississippi home, the place his father called Glory Hole. He is now safely in the presence of God. No doubt having a joyous reunion with his siblings. It may be said of him that he made our family full with his love.

Till we meet again...
Carole Davis
Columbus, MS
So many fond memories of Bill, going back to 1945. For his senior year of high school in Quitman, Bill stayed with us as part of our family. He had two beloved squirrel dogs, Jimmy & Mickey. It was a sad day when one was killed on the highway while we were fishing in the roadside branch near our home. Bill had a flair for enjoying a good time wherever he was. We were visiting "Glory Den" one night while Bill and his friends were in the north bedroom eating parched peanuts. Bill made a show of bringing a pan full of hulls into the room where everyone else was and telling us that we could have the rest of the peanuts! Bill really enjoyed telling of Renate's brother Rinehart riding in the trunk of Bill's car to bypass the toll gate for the county fair and getting caught when knocking noises were heard from the trunk. Renate was the most stabilizing force in Bill's life; God bless her for enduring all the pranks Bill sent her way. So good to have family that knew and loved Bill. Our thoughts and prayers go out to Renate, Byron, Boris, Patrick and Jessica. May God's blessings comfort you all.
Sam & Anne Davis
Freeport, FL
I was so sorry to hear of Bill’s passing. I first met Bill about 15 years ago through his son Byron, my close friend. From the time we met, Bill and his wife treated me like I was part of their family. I would always make sure we went by to visit them when I would pass through to see Byron.

I had the pleasure of attending a number of Cougar football games with Bill, his wife, and Byron. Again, they went out of their way to treat me like family.

In the past few years as Bill’s health started declining I knew the just the thing to “perk” him up when I visited. I would bring up Cougar football, no matter what time of year it was, and his eyes would light right up and that big smile would appear.

I can only say the world is a better place because of Bill, and I am a better person for being able to call him my friend.

Aloha Bill
Dennis Smith
Aiea, HI
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