Donald Herbert Davis Obituary
Sunrise – January 10, 1941 Sunset – September 11, 2021
Donald Herbert Davis passed away with his loving family by his side on September 11, 2021 and now is in the loving arms of his Lord and Saviour. Beloved son of Hugh and Margaret Davis. Loving husband of Gail (Mary) Davis. On February 24, 1959 they had been married for 62 glorious years. Into that union seven children were born. Adored Father of Debra Lake, Donald Davis Jr., Wendy Davis, Jamie Davis (deceased), Gail (Bobo) Davis (Mike), Chico Davis and Tina Davis (Matt). Cherished Grandpa of grandchildren Tyko (Kenneth), Lamonte (Catrice), Tony Sr, Brandon, Curtis (Roxanna), Lamar (Martina), Jamie (Mary), China, Tiffany (Osie), Miles (Kiara)(Celeste), Cheyenne. Great-grandchildren Jazmine (Matt), Asia (Ali), Tony Jr., Tyus, Deja, Darius, Deshawna, DéAndre, Jayla, Malayah, Kacey, Myla, Noah, Kayden, Isaac, Kartelle, Quinn, Xavior, Nevaeh, Harmony, Tierra, Erika, Osie Jr. Great-Great-Grandchildren Kasai and Amadeus. Beloved Brother of Wanda and Herman Wilson (deceased), Ilene (deceased) and husband Jim Jordan, Cara and deceased husband Melvin Freeman Sr., Richard and deceased wife Edith Davis, Robert (deceased) and wife Anne Davis (Deceased), Millie (deceased) and husband Richard Wilson, Iuun and Steven Mitchell. Brother-in-law of Mike Nicholson, Sandra Leoiop(deceased), Bernard Nicholson, Donald Nicholson, Danny (Pinky) Nicholson, Jimmy Nicholson , Donna Nicholson , Lynn and Mike Bondy and Guy Boissonneault. He also leaves a great host of relatives and good friends. Gary Wortley, Dana Porter, Wayne Logan, John Perry, Randy Scott, Mike Chase and “Champ” who he called his great conversational hunting buddy. Always telling him to bring home a dear head. Don will be greatly missed. Rest in Peace Don.
Life and Legacy
Donald Herbert Davis was born in Windsor, Ontario. Donald gave his heart to the Lord at an early age. He then met his wife, Gail, whom he fell in love with and their romance was truly a story book love made in Heaven. No two people loved each other as much as Don and Gail. This love was something straight out of a novel. They married and never looked back and were together always. When you saw Don, you saw Gail and when you saw Gail, you saw Don. They truly became as one. They raised their family and were truly devoted to that union. Donald truly loved his family and Gail unconditionally. His wife, children and grandchildren were his whole life. His love for his mom and dad was remarkable and he loved his siblings and his whole entire family. If you happen to be in his presence, he would have a grandchild bouncing on his knee smiling. He thanked God for his family daily. One of his greatest loves was music and oh how he could sing and dance with Gail and the family. Don was an accomplished detailer of cars and one of the best in the city of Windsor. He was meticulous in everything he did, showing extreme care about minute details. He had a remarkable ability when telling past stories to friends and family. As a young boy he was a great basketball player and passed that trait down to his grandchildren. Don was truly loved by all and he will be truly missed. Sleep, Rest, Be at peace and Rest in Peace Don.
Our most sincere sympathies to the family and friends of Donald Don H Davis 2021..
Death notice for the town of: Windsor, Province: Ontario