Alfred-Davis-Obituary

Alfred P. Davis DDS

Agawam, Massachusetts

1954 - 2019

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Alfred P. Davis, DDS, 65, returned to the Lord on Friday August 23rd at his home in Agawam. He was born May 15, 1954 to the late Robert M. Davis and Fakide (Frances) (Basil). He was a lifelong resident of Agawam, graduating with the Agawam High Class of 1972, then on to American International...

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He was a cousin of our on the Basil side of the family. He and his parents and brothers were nice. His mom was our own dad first cousin. Rest in Peace and God bless you forever.. God Bless and keep Francis, Joe and Bobby and family now and forever. Fred was a great person. Love always Glorie Ann & Mary Jo Basil.

Rest in peace my friend.

Fred was my good friend and confidant when we were growing up, and even though we lost contact over the years, I cherish those memories.

Condolences to Bob, Joe, my dear Aunt Franny (who fed me many delicious meals in those days), and to all the family. God bless.

Just heard about Alfreds passing today. I work for Walgreens and saw him basically everyday I was working. Very nice man to talk to and he loved his dog Skylar. I will definitely miss seeing Alfred coming in with Skylar. May Alfred Rest in Peace. Condolences to the family.

I met Fred years ago when he first opened his dental office. About the same time, I opened my CPA practice in the office next to his. For the next 20 years, we were inseperable friends. We'd constantly be in each other's offices, laughing or just blowing off steam. I merged my practice with a firm in Springfield and moved. It became harder to keep in touch, but our friendship never faultered. I will miss you, my friend.

My condolences to the Davis family. I was employed by Dr. Davis and worked with him at Westover Job Corp for many years. He was a caring man to his employees as well as the students. Rest In Peace Dr. Davis.

So sorry to hear of Fred's passing. I saw Fred almost daily when he came to Walgreens with Skylar. He was always a pleasure to speak with and one of my favorite customers.

Dr Davis was not only my dentist as a child, but a mentor in my teenage years. He had a special way of building confidence in young people who were uncertain with their direction. Dr Davis was thoughtful in too many ways for me to describe. From never missing a happy birthday wish, a Merry Christmas or checking in for 30 days straight while I studied in Spain. He had a brilliant mind and an infectious laugh. His guidance has made a difference in many lives and he will be forever missed. ...