James Henry Davis

San Antonio, Texas

1926 - 2017


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August 11, 1926 - December 30, 2017James Henry Davis, born August 11, 1926, was called home to be with his Lord on December 30, 2017. He has reunited with his parents, Hallie Coskrey Davis and Joseph Davis, and his loving wife of 44 years, Mary Louise Bell Davis.Jim was a professional educator...

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Mr.Davis was Vice Principal at MacArthur when I was there. I spent my first 3 years somewhat terrified of him. However, as a senior, I became friends with him. He gave me a full year hall pass so I was excused from Advisory, which was an annoying holding pen. I loved Mr. Davis for letting me go to the library instead. He was a sweetie.

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Was a very sweet and kind man , he had a very deep love for his son and family and anyone who came to know him . I will miss him dearly he was a very good friend as is his family may he rest in peace and God bless and be with him family .

Mr. Davis was vice principal at MacArthur when I attended. I thought he had it in for me. He confronted me on my impudent attitude and bad behavior, which was basically his job description. My attitude changed in the summer of 1970, when a dear friend, 17 years old, died of cancer. Mt. Davis attended the funeral, and suddenly he wasn't so terrible anymore. I suspect it was not he who had changed. My sympathies and condolences to his family. He was a good and kind man.

He was an awesome principal. I had him him 1981 when I was there. He will always be remembered. May he RIP. Heaven received another angel. Gone but never forgotten.

Please accept my condolences for your loss. Mr. Davis was a sweet and fair man. Your family is in my prayers.

Mr. Davis touched the lives of thousands of students during his career, and he left an impression on me personally. As a principal, he combined just the right amounts of grace and accountability, and he was rarely seen around campus without a smile. He will be sorely missed.

This strong Mason and his loving wife were humble servants to their Masonic Family.
Their hugs and support are forever etched in my mind memory.
Prayers for Dwight and All.
With love in our Bond,
Doris D. Davis PM Adah No49

My sincere condolences to the family for the loss of your loved one. May prayers strengthen you and memories comfort you, and may our Lord Jesus Christ and God our Father, who loves us, comfort your hearts and "make you firm". -2 Thessalonians 2:16,17