Jess Burdette Davis III You are my Everything, always and forever
I am so sorry to hear about your brother's passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
May your light continue to shine for your family!
Our memory of Jess was he was a soul that embraced life and its challenges. He was a pleasure to work with. His enthusiasm was infectious and he encouraged others with his desire to excel in his craft. Seattle will have his lasting handiwork such as this Cristalla Lobby Stair.
I am an old classmate and friend of Jess's mom, Cathy, and have not seem him since he was a little fellow but have heard his mom speak of him lovingly through the years. My heart hurts for he and his family. RIP Jess.
Cathy and Family, Jess was an amazing young man. I know that you all were so proud of him and miss him terribly. May you all know the peace and comfort that only comes from knowing that God is holding you all very tight in His arms right now. Praying for all of you and I am so sorry for your loss. Love you!
I will be seeing you again my friend. Until than I have awesome memories of all the fun times with you and the family. Love and Peace
My memories of Jess are all very fond thoughts of childhood and some after. I am deeply saddened by his passing. May God comfort all of jess's family and know that I am thinking of you all in this time of great grief!
We only met Jess once when he was just a teenager but he was happy with his sisters and brothers. the house was full of the sound of youth and that's the way we will always remember him.
Fair winds and following seas, dear brother. You are loved and missed.
I only met Jess once, when he was looking for his mother who was at our conference in the Seattle area years ago. I will think of him as he was then, a handsome, happy young man with a smile that lit up the room, full of health and life, and excitedly searching for his Mother, Cathy, so they could visit together! What a loss of a wonderful man.