A MESSAGE FROM THE FAMILY

Private family services were Saturday, March 21, 2020. Public attendance was prohibited due to COVID-19 transmission restrictions.
OBITUARY

Mr. Bobby Earl Davis

May 31, 1939March 18, 2020

On Wednesday, March 18, 2020, Bobby (Bob) Earl Davis, age 80, of Colleyville, Texas passed away at his home of lung cancer. Bob was born May 31, 1939 in Fort Worth, Texas. He was the only child born to Lester Pierce (L.P.) and Johnnie E. (Cook) Davis. He moved to Colleyville from Haltom City, Texas in 1966 with his parents, wife and children. Bob was a 1957 graduate of Birdville High School in Haltom City, Texas where he played baseball and football. He attended Arlington State College, currently University of Texas at Arlington, from 1957-1960. Bob married Burnice (Bea) Lee Hardin March 30, 1961. The Davis Family were owner/operators of Davis Hardware in Colleyville, Texas from 1967-1988. With his support of local youth sports and schools, as well as his early involvement with The Colleyville Lions Club and the Colleyville Volunteer Fire Department he lived his belief of community involvement. Over the years, Family, church involvement, fishing, especially salt water fishing, hunting, football, baseball and travel gave him joy. Bob is survived by daughter, Sharon Davis of Cedar Hill, Texas; daughter, Rhonda Wallace and husband, Roger of Colleyville, Texas; son, Brian Davis of Fort Worth, Texas; grandchildren, Justin Wallace and wife Taylor, Zane Griffith, Rachel Wallace and Shelby Griffith. Bob was preceded in death by his parents and wife of 35 years.

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Keith Lyles

March 22, 2020

I have very good memories of Bob. He was at every family gathering, and that earned my respect of him, greatly. You would always feel at home around Bob, he was a person that exuded comfort. He would always laugh at my jokes, even if he didn't get them, and he just always wanted to hang out and be one of the boys. I am glad our paths were able to cross in this life, and I know the World is a better place because he was here. Thanks Bob for the great memories, and we will see you again, soon. I speak blessings and peace over your family, and we pass along our condolences at this time of loss. Keith and Cindy Lyles

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