Bret Patrick DAVIS
June 1, 1963 – November 13, 2018
Bret Davis, Born July 1, 1963 with his twin brother Brent. God welcomed Bret into his arms on November 13, 2018. He was a loving man, who loved his family more than anything. He helped raise two beautiful young adults with pride and joy. He loved caring for his 4-legged friends, too. He is survived by his parents Albert and Joyce Davis; Brothers Brent and Mark; Wife, Brenda Davis and his two children Devon and Logan. We miss you already. We celebrate his life Monday the 19th at Indian Creek golf course 2-5:00, potluck.
- Memorial Service Friday, November 16, 2018
Bret Patrick DAVIS
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December 17, 2018
Our families heart is broken hearing of the loss of our neighbor, friend and BEST Dog Groomer I have ever met! Bret was a gentle man and he took such great pride in grooming our shelties and corgis. He always loved on them before and after their grooming. You could tell he had a kind heart. Our fur babies trusted him too! My family and I always enjoyed talking to him and getting tips on how to groom our fur babies from the best! Our deepest condolences to his wife, children, brother, parents as well as his kitties and his doggies. He will be missed but never forgotten! God Bless YOU Bret! You were a GREAT MAN!
Neighbor, client, and friend!
November 19, 2018
I've only met and spoken with Bret 3 times, each time when taking in one of my 3 Afghan hounds. He was one of the kindest, biggest hearted people I've ever had the pleasure to meet. I knew instantly, he was one of the 'good ones'. And my pups liked him, too, naturally. I/we will really miss him. My condolences to his family.
November 18, 2018
Bret was such a kind gentle person.
We moved to Texas in 2010 and we needed to find a dog groomer. We were lucky to find Bret. Over the years he took such good care of Chloe, Princess and our late Lady Dog. When we dropped the girls off we always talked about work, family and of course Golf. We think of Bret as a friend and will miss him dearly.
Mark and Sherrie Stevens