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Wendell Boyd Davis

September 12, 1921February 9, 2013

Wendell Boyd Davis was born on September 12, 1921 and passed away on February 9, 2013 in Auburn, CA.

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Wendell Boyd Davis

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Nicole Batmale

February 20, 2013

You will be missed Grandpa! xox

Mike Lara

February 20, 2013

Uncle Wendell: You were bigger than life to me. A man's man, you were a true role model then, and will always be. The way you took care of your parents in their later life, the way you accepted my family as they were your's meant so much to me. If every man would strive to be just half the man you were, the world would be a much better place. Some of the best times were simply sitting on the porch listening to the stories of your past. Your passing this world has left a void that can never be filled....

Suzzette

February 14, 2013

My thoughts and prayers go out to the family.
Wendell was one of the nicest men I have ever met up here. I saw him at Ben Wilson funeral and he remember Vic & I like no time had even past.
What a kind and caring man we have lost. A huge lose for us and a great gift for Heaven to have.
Suzzette MacKay

Joe Davis

February 14, 2013

Uncle Wendell - you are my hero and my inspiration. Your love of flying helped me make the decision to join the Air Force. Tell Dad hi for me.

Lonnie Dodd

February 14, 2013

lonnie Dodd I met Wendell in 1957 I worked. He was the nicest Boss I ever worked for God bless allhis family

Marla Salewsky

February 14, 2013

Grandpa you will be missed. I love you.

February 14, 2013

I know times must be hard times you are going through, but remember to rely on God (John 16:22).

February 14, 2013

May God be with you and your family as you deal with such a loss (John 16:22).

Jan Nelson

February 13, 2013

After my husband, Ted Nelson, retired from the U.S.Forest Service, Wendell asken him to act as forester and help
him manage the Bendix Lands here on the
Divide. They were very happy years for Ted, and we got to know Wendell even]better. He was one of the nicest, gentlest men I think I have ever known...
and very intelligent, of course. After
Ted passed away in '95 I continued to
visit with Wendell and Anna as often as
possible. Ted and I had flown with Wendell several times and "partied" with
them on many occasions over the years.
I have always felt honored to have had
the time we had with them both, and will
not forget him. My heart goes out to Anna
and the family.