Brown Lee Davis

November 7, 1925October 13, 2013

Brown Lee Davis Born: November 7, 1925 Died: October 13, 2013 Brown Lee Davis, “Lee”, was a loving and devoted husband to his loving wife, Jeweldine Davis of the home and a loving and devoted father to three wonderful children and their spouses: Gary Lee & Kristi Davis, Rebecca & Ken Brown and Deborah & Rick Percival. Lee had three loving grandchildren and their spouses: Tamarra & Chris Yount, Alicia & Tim Cox, and Wesley Brown. Lee also had five wonderful great children: Zoie, Britney & Caleb Yount, Claire & Jamison Lee Cox. Lee was a very devoted Pastor to his church and church family, where he had been a pastor for over 40 years at the Word of Life Tabernacle in Oklahoma City. Lee was a deeply religious man as a pastor and minister for over 60 years. Lee never met a stranger. Lee was a hard worker, as he worked in the trucking industry for over 50 years and retired from Hahn Truck Lines, where he was employed for over 25 years. He also worked hard keeping a beautiful yard and vegetable garden. Lee was born in Paden, Oklahoma and enlisted into the Army. Shortly after returning home from World War II, he fell in love with his bride of 64 years, Jeweldine Turner of Ada, Oklahoma. Lee was very much respected and loved by all who met him and came to know him. He will be dearly missed by all. In lieu of flowers, please donate to Lee’s favorite charity, the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma


  • Visitation Wednesday, October 16, 2013
  • Visitation Thursday, October 17, 2013

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G.W. Cross Jr

October 18, 2013

Prayers are with your family. I feel like brother Davis was part of our family and glad to say that but know this he is at the side of our God. Love & prayers sent from the Cross Family

Georgia "Georgeann" Gibson "Cross"

October 18, 2013

Debbie, Sister Davis and family, Brother Davis has always been a MAJOR part of our family.....YOU ARE OUR FAMILY! I was just thinking the other day about all the services we had, and how Brother Davis was always there to lend a helping hand to anyone that needed it. The "goody bags" that was made up for all of the kids at Christmas, baptizing us at the river, to anointing/blessing our children when they were babies. I remember the day Moma said he was selling the church. It was like a piece of each of us got sold with the church that day. WONDERFUL MEMORIES! Our prayers are with each one of you during this difficult time. We love you all!