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McPeters Funeral Directors

1951 East Third Street, Corinth, MS

OBITUARY

Brad Davidson

November 24, 1969August 23, 2019
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Services to celebrate the life of Jason Bradley Davidson, 49, of Corinth are scheduled for Wednesday at 1:00 PM at McPeters Funeral Directors with burial to follow in Henry Cemetery.

Visitation will be Tuesday evening from 5:00 PM until 8:00 PM and Wednesday from 11:00 AM until 12:30 PM at McPeters Funeral Home.

Brad died on August 23, 2019 at North Mississippi Medical Center as a result of an auto accident. He was born in Memphis, TN on November 24, 1969 to the late John and Jeanine McCarty Davidson. He was a 1988 graduate of Corinth High School. He received a baseball scholarship to the University of North Alabama where he continued his education. He also was a graduate of the Golf Professional School of the South in Orlando. Brad managed the Zone Baseball Complex and had recently started his own business called The Dugout. Brad mentored many kids not only about baseball but how to be better students and to grow up and become better people.

Brad is survived by his wife, Valerie Davidson; son, Reed Gonzales; brother, Cullen Davidson and wife Lori; mother and father-in-law, Jimmy and Connie Reed; brothers-in-law, Jimmy Reed, Jr. and Michael Reed; maw maw, Emma Vandiver; uncle, Joe Jaudon cousins, Jay McKinney and wife Valerie, Matt McKinney, Brent Jaudon and wife Ashley, nieces, nephews, and a host of young students whose lives where brightened and influenced by Brad.

He was preceded in death by his parents, John and Jeanine Davidson and a brother, Greg Davidson.

Pallbearers will be Eddie McKinney, Michael Pratt, Todd Barker, Chad McAlister, Heath Cleary, Mark Matthews, John Smilie, and Joseph Davidson.

Online condolences can be left at www.McPetersFuneralDirectors.com.

Services

  • Visiation Tuesday, August 27, 2019
  • Celebration of Life Wednesday, August 28, 2019

Memories

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Caleb Castile

August 27, 2019

Whenever I first took baseball lessons, I was a mediocre player. But you have helped me realize the potential inside of me, and not only am I now a better baseball player, I’m a better man. Whether it was hitting in the batting cages or talking about Miss St or Ole Miss, you have and always will be an inspiration to me, and have impacted my life for the better. Thanks for being a coach and a friend. R.I.P Brad

Shelly Hopkins

August 26, 2019

You loved baseball and my boys and they both loved right back. Cooper will forever think you hung the moon. Fly high my friend and Hotty Toddy!

Daytin Crabb

August 26, 2019

You were my first baseball coach and made me love baseball. I will miss you.

Jeremy Wigginton

August 25, 2019

Brad I never met someone as happy as you were. I never seen you without a smile and a laugh. So happy you got to live out your dream of ownership of your own business. Even though it was only for a short while. Fly high buddy and hit one out of the park for me..

Damon Adams

August 25, 2019

It is a terrible shame and tragedy that a beautiful soul, that never met a stranger, has his life cut so short by a cursed tragedy. Thanks for all the golf lessons, Buddy. I am a better person for having known you. Peace and eternal love for .you, B-RAD!

Michael Cutchens

August 25, 2019

Brad, You were a good person and great friend, thanks for all the memories, may God bless your soul and your family. Michael Cutchens

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