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Billy Lloyd DAVIS

27 mai , 19369 mai , 2019

Billy Lloyd Davis, 82, of Indian Trail, NC, passed away Thursday May 9, 2019. Mr. Davis was born May 26, 1936 in Chickasha, Oklahoma. Mr. Davis is a veteran of Korean Conflict Era, Vietnam Era and Peacetime. He served in the Air Force from Oct. 26, 1954 to June 30, 1977, where he earned several awards and medals for his many successful accomplishments while demonstrating his outstanding proficiency and steadfast devotion to duty. The professional skills and airmanship displayed by Sergeant Davis, in the service of his country, reflect credit upon himself and the United States Air Force. Bill was a fun loving, kind and caring man, who enjoyed bowling, watching football and basketball, as well as spending time with friends and family. Mr. Davis was proceeded in death by his parents Johnnie Floyd and Jessie Pearl Davis. Mr. Davis is survived by his sister Johnnie Davis Hudgens of Texas, his son and wife; Donald W. and Belinda Davis of N.C., 2 daughters, Georgette Davis-Alcocer and husband John, Jacque Davis-Thomas, of CA. , his 7 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews.

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Georgette Alcocer

11 juin , 2019

Daddy, I miss you so much. I’m proud to say I am a Daddy’s girl. You would start to talk in your Donald Duck voice it always made me smile, & laugh. You are my hero, I used to love to see you in your flight suit. To me it meant you were off to save the world. I’m so proud to be your daughter. You showed me what a man is supposed to be. I will miss our weekly talks. And your visits here were never long enough. I love & miss you so much. Daddy I know you are hanging out with Mom, Mamma, Pap, Grandpa & Grandma, playing cards, with a Jim Beam ! I think of you everyday and I cry, then I hear you saying those tears better not be because of me? ! I’ve been very lucky to have you for my Daddy. I love you.

Charles and K o o k I e. Hart

29 mai , 2019

Bill, we will miss you so much especially at our Reunions. We are so sad that we will not see your smiling face, and, telling war stories. Will miss talking to you on the phone,, little did we know we would not see you again after talking to you a week before you was gone. Keep them laughing up there. Will keep your family in our thoughts and prayers. Love you:)

Chuck Lavoie

13 mai , 2019

Billy it seems like we were forever friends and we were. We’ll all be together again someday. We have many more tales of yore to tell. God bless Billy your the best. I know there’s a WC- 130 up there and your sending off niner triple niner reports.

Bernie Barris

13 mai , 2019

Rosalind and I are so very sorry for your loss! Bill was a great friend, and will be missed. Rest in Peace, old friend!
Bernie Barris, Lt Col, USAF (Retired)

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