Resource: Commemoration

Louis �Red� Davis
”1925 - 2014”

    Louis �Red� Davis

    "On the day when death will knock at thy door what wilt thou offerto him?
    Oh, I will set before my guest the full vessel of my life
    I will never let him go with empty hands.
    All the sweet vintage of all my autumn days and summer nights,
    all the earnings and gleanings of my busy life will I place
    before him at the close of my days
    when death will knock at my door."

      Louis Davis
      His passion was being a cowboy.
      Louis Red Davis, 88, passed away on Sept. 27, 2014.
      He was born Oct. 2, 1925 in Nelagoney,
      one of 11 children born to John and Dossie (Betten) Davis.
      Louis grew up in Osage County,
      Grandson of Taylor and Eliza (Hatt) Davis
      where he met and later married Maretta Nunneley on June 26, 1943.
      Although Louis worked in the oilfield and in pipeline construction,
      his real passion was being a cowboy and working with cattle and horses.
      He was an early member of the PRCA.
      Louis was a Godly man, which was evident through his love of family and faith in Jesus Christ.
      He was a member of the Tyro Christian Church.
      He was preceded in death by his infant son, John Arthur.
      Survivors include his wife of the home;
      son Milton J. Davis and wife, Janice, of Stillwater;
      grandson Milton B. Davis and wife, Jennifer, of Perkins;
      granddaughter Kasha Davis of Maize, Kan.;
      granddaughter Ashley Buchanan and husband, Matt, of Drummond;
      great-grandchildren Brady Louis and Kyle of Perkins, Blake and Sydney of Maize,
      and Brinley and Kyler of Drummond; sisters Judy Taylor and Jeanne Morgan of Pawhuska.
      Graveside services will be held Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014, 2PM, at the Pawhuska City Cemetery. The Rev. David Bycroft will officiated. Interment follows. McCartney�s Johnson Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.
      Resource: Bigheart Times

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