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September 21, 2018

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December 23, 2017
To the family and friends:
I loved playing with Johnny his oldest son when I was his neighbor.
Mr. Davis was a class act and he loved the water and boating. He loved repairing things and explaining how they worked. I loved visiting the family in Rock Hall MD in the summers. Mr. and Mrs. Davis were so hospitable to me growing up.
We were all blessed to have him around us when we were growing up.
As an example, I recall one time when I broke the large window in their back yard with a foul ball I hit. They were so understanding and kind. I was scared to death.
Anyway, my sincere condolences to Johnny, Patty, Judy and Jimmy.

Sincerely
Richard K. Jackson
December 15, 2017
We just lost a great teacher, coach, and leader of men. Mr. Davis was Mr. Krebs. He taught gym seven periods a day. He coached football and basketball. I never heard Mr. Davis yell at or demean anyone. He led by example. The students respected him. You attended gym class wearing sneakers, white socks, Krebs gym shorts and white T-shirts. Period. Otherwise you sat in the bleachers and after 3 times you failed. I played quarterback in 9th grade. Our coach, Mr. Davis, led us to a 5-0 season. We beat Salesianum, St. Marks, Mt. Pleasant, A.I. DuPont and Claymont. We outscored our opponents 114-12. Mr. Davis was always dressed smartly, a great role model. I felt the Krebs faculty respected him, sought his advice and strived to achieve his stature. Mr. Davis had a huge effect teaching me to be a mature, respectful, and polite young man.
December 11, 2017
I have many fond memories of both John Davis and his wife, Helen. He was my teacher at Krebs and my youth group leader during my high school years. Mr. and Mrs. Davis welcomed me into their home and their family. He was a wonderful, Godly man who touched many lives, including mine. I have thought of him over the years and was glad to have reconnected with him for lunch a few years ago.
December 10, 2017
John Davis was a mentor in the beginning of my teaching career. Later, he became a good friend. I admired him as a dedicated teacher and a genuine human being. Good memories of him always. Love to his family...