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Condolences for John "Jack" J. Davis Sr.

Bernice PopaTuesday, May 9th

My sincere condolences on the loss of Jackie. Although I haven’t seen you, Jackie and Lorraine, in several years I’ve thought about you both over the years. I’m so sorry and sad this happened. My thoughts and prayers are with you Lorraine and your entire family! God Bless Jackie and May he rest in peace and his memory be a blessing.
Cousin Bernice

Mary SchofieldTuesday, May 9th

I believe you are now with The Lord Jesus. Your family are all in our thoughts and prayers. You were a wonderful man in life and very loving to your family and friends. God bless your family. They are all in our prayers 🙏 for this great loss.

Teri (Haughey) SippleWednesday, May 10th

Jack (Uncle Jack) I hope you are at peace now with no more discomfort and you are with your mom and dad again (Aunt Anna and Uncle John)! You will be missed by many, many family members and friends, please say Hi to our loved ones who have gone before us and have a beer or 2 with them. RIP Uncle Jack, Love Teri (Haughey) Sipple and family.

Nancie BennettWednesday, May 10th

Not everyone is as lucky as we were to have an uncle like you to love. We sure won the lottery. You will always be cherished in our hearts. Rest in Peace Uncle Jack. Aunt Lorraine, Lori, John and family, We love you and are so sorry for your loss.

Kenneth BaileyThursday, May 11th

My sincerest and deepest condolences to you and your family on the loss of Jack...
Absolutely great guy to be around with...I worked with Jack at CTDI along with Tony Piscielli and we had such a great time together...Jack will truly be missed...
Sincerely, Ken

Salvatore & Carole DejewskiFriday, May 12th

Will be sadly missed , especially ,his
Smile.He was a-wonderful friend and li loving” “Uncle” to our children and Godfather to our Deb.

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