Kenneth H. Davidson

January 16, 1936August 5, 2018

Kenneth H. Davidson was born on January 16, 1936 in LaGrange, Georgia and passed away on August 5, 2018 in Fortson, Georgia


  • Visitation Thursday, August 9, 2018
  • Graveside Service Friday, August 10, 2018

Kenneth H. Davidson

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Cole Davidson

August 8, 2018

My grandpa was the best grandfather I could ever asked for he always wanted to show us how to do something besides doing it for us . Even tho I'd mess up he would always chuckle and say its OK just do it this way and maybe we can finish and get some supper if we hurry up. he was always soft spoken and kind hearted with everyone he is nicest man that I've ever he would give you his shirt of your back if he seen that you was cold. I'm going to miss him so much now that he's gone but he will always be with all of us watching over us The main lessons I've learned for my grandpa is the world's a crazy place so why not be that one person who brightens everyone's day
I love you grandpa and I know your in a better place till we meet again peepaw

ray davidson

August 8, 2018

The one thing that sticks out he most in my life as far as my dad.
He taught me how to stand on my own two feet.
We had our good as well as bad time's all fathers and sons do.
He also always said your are going to fail a lot in life but your never going to be a failure until you stop trying.
You will be missed but you taught me well and I got this now
I love you

Richard Davidson

August 8, 2018

Here are some memories of my father: He was a member of the national guard i believe here in columbus but the dates are unknown to me at this time. Thank you for your service dad. Just before he turned 18 the supervisor for Southern Bell approached my grandmother and said once he is 18 he wanted to hire my dad. This began a long career in telecommunications and cable splicing. He worked all over the country and some out of country. Finally in the 80's he began working at Ft Benning as a contractor splicing telephone cable and then went to the state of Georgia telecommunications as a supervisor where he retired. He worked for a local alarm company for a few years then retired again. Not wanting to stay home he went to work with Wal-Mart first in Opelika then in columbus on whitelsly rd in the produce dept and then maintenance... He retired yet again from Wal-Mart....... However he could be seen walking thru the store and greeting everyone he knew and had a smile for everyone else he didnt know. My dad was a simple man full of knowledge and compsion. He has made mistakes and triumphs like all of us. I am very thankful i had him in my life for 50 years. His impact will over flow to my children and everyone i meet. Even in my everyday life, job or personal... He has and always will have an impact.
I love you dad and we will be ok, we will take it from here. You taught us well. I will see you soon. I love you.