OBITUARY

Stewart Owen Davis

Col. Stewart O. Davis (U.S. Army Ret.) 66 of Marietta died Friday, October 8, 2010. Mr. Davis was a member of Johnson Ferry Baptist Church in Marietta. Col. Davis retired from the U.S. Army after 30 years of service during which he served two tours of duty in Vietnam. He was preceded in death by his son, Stewart O. Davis, Jr. Survivors include his wife, Carol Davis; daughter, Marilee Davis Gibson of Douglasville, GA; mother, Belva Davis of Tallapoosa, GA; brother, Phillip Davis of Powder Springs, GA; sister, Marcia Wallace of Duluth, GA; grandchildren, Mary Elizabeth Gibson, Davis Gibson; great-grandchild, Jacob Booker. Funeral services will be held on Tuesday, October 12, 2010 at 1:00 p.m. at Johnson Ferry Baptist Church with Rev. Art Wilder officiating. Burial will follow in Anderson Cemetery in Ringgold, GA. The family will receive friends on Monday from 6:00 until 8:00 p.m. at the funeral home. Online condolences may be made at www.hmpattersoncantonhill.com In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Foundation, Donor Services P.O. Box 4072 Pittsfield, MA 01202.

H.M. Patterson and Son, Canton Hill Chapel is honored to be serving the family of Col. Stewart O. Davis

Services

  • Funeral Service Tuesday, October 12, 2010
  • Visitation Monday, October 11, 2010
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Joe Lambert

October 6, 2011

I just heard the sad news. My sympathy goes out to the family. I always enjoyed being around Stu and Carol and the meals we shared together
Joe Lambert, Florida

Michael Adams

October 6, 2011

I first met Stewart and Mary at the 1992 Phoenix SAVE conference . . . wonderful people and good friends. Ginger and I miss you both very much.

Lee Stuart

October 5, 2011

Moose Davis belief in me as a former enlisted man, and former combat brethen, who served together in Vietnam with the famous 173rd Airborne Brigade Separate (Sky Soldiers) was why I became a Commissioned Officer. See ya on the High Ground Moose!

January 10, 2011

I spent quite abit of time working closely with Col Davis at Nortel. We had a small team tasked with a huge task. Under Stewarts leadership and humor we succeeded. I will truely miss a good friend.

Gord Podolski

Carol Davis

October 16, 2010

There are no words to express my appreciation to all of those who transported Stewart to and from Northside Clinic. I would especially like to thank Jim Neyland for taking charge and overseeing that Stewart had a ride everyday he needed to go. Thank you all from the bottom of my heart, and may God bless each and everyone of you!

-Carol Davis

October 13, 2010

I have so many wonderful memories of the Davis family.

Fred Edwards

October 13, 2010

We have lost a Great American and Soldier. Moose Davis was my ROTC Instructor at Georgia State University (1976-77). I went on to make the Army a career and he managed to remain in touch all these years. I am thankful he called me just prior to entering the hospital for his latest treatments. Sadly, however, I did not connect with him again. Moose, know that your kind spirit and sense of humor will be with me and many others forever.

October 13, 2010

What an honor it was today to participate in the last act of Col. Davis' career. Without knowing him personally I can see from the photos and guest book what a fine Soldier and Christian family man he was. My condolences to his family.
Andy Addison, MAJ, USAFR Ret.
Ringgold Georgia

Lee DeFore

October 12, 2010

Moose was a special person and touch many people with his wonderful sense of humor. I had only seen him a few times since high school, but the times that I did, he always had that big smile and fun loving spirit. I know the last year of his life was difficult, but we can now celebrate that his battle is over and rejoice in the fact he is in a better place. He will be missed.
Lee DeFore
Hoover, AL

Royce Bagley

October 12, 2010

I only saw Moose two times since we graduated, but I will always be thankful for three things that he taught me. Appreciate life, be yourself, and enjoy the time that God gives on this earth. Heaven has gained a very special man.