Kelly, sharing your loss, sending you love, my condolences to you, your sisters an family.
Dear Kris,Kelly and Jody, We are so sorry to hear about dad. You are all in our prayers and thoughts. We let Chama know. She is somewhere in the Borrego Desert in California. Your dad was such a great man. Always happy, friendly and such a great smile. We know you will miss him, but he and mom are together now. Who knows what they are doing in heaven in their glorified bodies! Mom walking! We love you and have cherished your friendship all these years. God bless you all. Love, Ron, Veronica, Paul, John, Peter, Christopher, Chama, David and Mary + Anderson
Kris, Kelly and Jody I am so sorry for your loss. There are so many great memories of fishing with my father and grandfather in your family's pond. My father and Perry grew up together and were lifelong friends. May God bless you and comfort you in your sorrow, you are in my prayers.
Craig Carter, Noblesville Indiana
Girls, Your dad will be greatly missed by many. I always enjoyed seeing Perry Jo he always made me laugh...what a great gift! My thoughts and prayers are with you!
To the Davis Family,
My deepest sympathy. Mr. Davis had such a contagious personality. He was always smiling and had a kind word. He never knew a stranger and no wonder, he could not walk around without others coming up to him to chat (everyone seemed to know and love him). He had a positive impact on me. He was a good man. He spoke very highly of all his family. I hope that great memories will carry you thru this difficult time.
Riverview Rehab and Fitness
In memory of our dad, Perry Joe Davis. We will always love you and will miss you!
To Perry's family- I am so sorry for the loss of your father. I enjoyed talking to him at the nursing home. He was my dad's room mate. He always had a smile and was eager to talk to us. May God comfort all of you.
Seeing Perry's photo is like looking at his father. Clara Davis and family cared for me as a little girl (3-10 years). Perry was a high school student during this time and friends with Bill McClain. Those guys teased me, and had me giggling so much, my Mother always said it was a wonder I didn't studder. After Perry had read his Archie comics, I was allowed to look at them. His drums were in the finished attic and I remember him playing them. The family was like my own. Grandma Gilliam made me a quilt that I still have. I guess I was forever asking his father to tie my shoes, and one day he taught me to tie my own. His mother made us 'doo-gees' (ritz crackers, peanut butter and jelly) with iced tea for afternoon snacks. I remember when he and Audrey were 'courting'. And the Christmas tree with bubble lights. Lots of great memories of a wonderful family. My sympathy to all.
Perry was such a source of fun & laughter to the McClain family! Thanks to all of the Davis' for years & years of love, friendship & humor. We love you guys.
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
Such a sweet man. My parents just loved Perry. He and my dad are laughing together in heaven.
Missy Kinzer Smith
I will remember Perry as a very caring, funny and just genuine nice man. I have known him since I was a little girl. I remember all of the fun times we had at he and Audrey's house. They were both two very special people. Now my dad will have his good friend with him and that give's me great comfort.
Perry was a friend to Frank and I for 70 years. I know he and Frank will have a lot to talk about. He will be missed.Pat Kinzer
I have only good memories of Perry. He was a friend for most of my life. He always had a smile on his face. Our loss is heavens gain.
Offering our deepest condolences during this time.