Harold Stanley Davis
24 diciembre , 1938 – 29 marzo , 2020
RIDGEWAY – Harold Stanley Davis died Sunday, March 29, 2020. Born on December 24, 1938 in Nash County, Bailey, North Carolina, he was a son of the late Stanley Davis and Maggie Glover.
He attended Bailey High School and joined the Navy from 1958-1962. Harold began his architectural precast career in 1962. In 1972, he opened a very successful company, Columbia Concrete Products, which produced architectural precast concrete for a wide range of buildings including government buildings, both state and federal, office buildings for private companies, commercial and industrial buildings over a large area including buildings along the east coast from Florida to Washington, D.C and as far west as Nashville, Tennessee. He served several terms as President of Architectural Precast Association. He enjoyed boating, fishing, farming, golfing, and spending time at the beach.
Surviving are his daughter, Pam Poston and Sheila Shirey; sister, Arbadella Davis Sanders; grandchildren, Ashley Laura Sprayberry, Jon Davis Poston, and Pamela Brooke Poston; special friends, Susan and Gary Albowicz, Katherine Sprayberry, Marie Eatmon, and Mark Pucket; and former son-in-laws, Jon Poston and David Sprayberry.
He was predeceased by his wife, Patsy Marlene Davis, brother, Danny Kay Davis, sister, Elizabeth LaRue Mims, and grandson, David Ryan Sprayberry.
Memories may be shared at www.dunbarfunerals.com.
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Harold Stanley Davis
abril 6, 2020
So sorry to hear of the loss of your dad. My 7-1/2 years of working with Harold at Columbia Concrete Products were some of the most satisfying years, and the experience there convinced me that a job in Precast Concrete would lead to a career in Precast Concrete. He was always a gentleman to work for, and in those instances where we disagreed on things, he was always open to comment and suggestions. I am so glad that I did have the chance to visit with him a few minutes before Ryan's funeral. We got to share some old memories of the CCP days, and he seemed to appreciate our chat. I certainly appreciate his part in my professional life, as well as in my personal life as he moved us to South Carolina to work for the company. Harold was a special man and I considered him a friend as well as a boss.