Donald

November 9, 1955 ~ February 23, 2021

Born in: Detroit, Michigan
Resided in: Caneyville, Kentucky

Don Davis, age 65 of Caneyville, passed away Tuesday, February 23rd 2021 at the University of Louisville Hospital. He was born November 9th 1955 in Detroit, Michigan, the son of Weldon & Helen Klee Davis. He was a Marine Corps Veteran of the Vietnam War and a truck driver for Keyboard Carriage. He enjoyed woodworking and remodeling houses.

He is survived by his wife of 39 years, Lori L. Lamkin Davis; two children, Donald R. Davis, Jr. & Margaret Merren (Michael); two sisters, Sue Carlson & Barbara Buckley; five brothers, Theodore Davis, Paul Davis, Jeff Davis, Ray Davis, & Jon Davis; and one grandchild.

Other than his parents, he was preceded in death by his brother, Kenneth Davis and three infant siblings.

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  1. Sending love , hugs and prayers to you all. My God comfort you during this time of sorrow and to find peace knowing he is no longer in pain. Thank you Don for your friendship throughout the years. You will be sorely missed by many. I will forever be checking in on your beautiful wife and my dearest friend Lori . Rest in eternal peace.🙏 Carmen

  2. Praying for my family at this time of loss. Don will be remembered for many years to come. He was a brother and a friend, would help you in anyway he could. Don had a positive outlook even when he was experiencing many health challenges. I will miss you Don and remember all the good times we had together throughout the 63 years I’ve known you. I know you are now in Heaven with Jesus, your healed and whole. I will see you when my time on this earth ends. Your little sister forever and always…Sue

    Sue Davis Carlson

  3. Praying for your family. About a month before Don died, him and Roger Dale called me. We laughed and talked. I am so thankful that I got to talk him with before he died. I look forward to John 5 28,29. Love you little brother. Can’t wait to see you in the resurrection

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