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C. Harold "Hank" Davis Jr.

January 26, 1954May 29, 2021

C. Harold “Hank” Davis, Jr., 67 of Markle passed away peacefully on May 29, 2021 at his residence surrounded by his family. Hank had worked at General Motors in Pontiac, Michigan, Three Rivers, Michigan and Fort Wayne for 30 years, retiring in 2008. He was a strong UAW member and supporter. He was a member of the Markle Volunteer Fire Department as a certified EMT. Hank loved to fish, hunt, bowl and home improvements which he passed along his skills to his kids. He was a very giving person who helped anyone in need. He was kind hearted, caring and strong. Hank was raised Pentecostal and that was his faith.

Hank was born on January 26, 1954 in Pontiac, Michigan, the son of the late Cleow Harold and Lillie Mae (Ketchum) Davis, Sr.

He was united in marriage to Mona Prentice-Patterson on February 15, 1986 in Kalamazoo, Michigan. Mona survives.

Additional survivors include his children: Jennifer Davis, James (Beth) Davis, Daniel (Alisa) Patterson; a sister: Alice (Rob) Davis-Koewler; grandchildren: Jessica Davis, Jacob Davis, Isaac Keith, Colin Wilson, Damon Davis, Peyton Patterson, Garrin Patterson, Trulee Patterson; great grandchildren: Leah Jannuzzi and Aiyva Wilson; several aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews and all the friends who loved him.

He was preceded in death by a brother: Michael Davis.

No public visitation or service.

A celebration of life will be held at a later date.

Memorial donations can be made out to Markle Fire and Rescue, Markle Fish & Game Club Park or Cancer Services of Huntington County all in care of Myers Funeral Home, P.O. Box 403, Markle, IN 46770.


  • Mona M. (Prentice) Davis, Wife
  • Jennifer Davis, Daughter
  • James and Beth Davis, Son and Daughter-in-law
  • Daniel and Alisa Patterson, Son and Daughter-in-law
  • Alice and Rob Davis-Koewler, Sister and Brother-in-law
  • Cleow H. and Lillie M. (Ketchum) Davis, Sr., Parents (deceased)
  • Michael Davis, Brother (deceased)
  • Grandchildren: Jessica Davis, Jacob Davis, Isaac Keith, Colin Wilson, Damon Davis, Peyton Patterson, Garrin Patterson and Trulee Patterson
    Great grandchildren: Leah Jannuzzi and Aiyva Wilson


  • Celebration of Life at a Later Date


C. Harold "Hank" Davis Jr.

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June 4, 2021

Cleow Harold Davis, Jr. entered this world on January 26th, 1954 in Pontiac, Michigan and left this world on May 29th, 2021. He was the first child of Cleow Harold Davis, Sr. and Lillie Mae (Ketchum) and his mother was so proud to name him after his father. The family lived in Rochester Hills, Michigan where they set their roots as their family grew. In 1955, Michael Lynn was born and Harold naturally stepped into a big brother role, always looking out for him, as he continued to do until Michael’s passing in 2019. Harold became a big brother once again, when the family finally had a daughter, Bessie Allison Davis in 1966. He held his role as her brother close to his heart and they shared a beautiful relationship throughout their lives. In his last days he promised to send so many pennies from heaven that she would need an umbrella.
Raised in the Pentecostal church, Harold and Michael both were anointed with the gift of music at a very early age. Harold could play just about any instrument he picked up and was able to play by ear. Playing music, singing and being with his many uncles, aunts, cousins and twice-removed’s was once of the best parts of our family summer. I think I can speak for many of us that those are times we all remember with so much love in our hearts. Before he passed, he spoke of our family that has already went to heaven. Grandpa George Davis, his own mom, his aunts. They were waiting for him, whenever he was ready.
Harold became a father in 1973 to his daughter, Jennifer LeeMae Davis with his first wife, Sherry (Wyman). They named their daughter after both of her grandmothers. Right away Harold shared his love of music with her, from strumming lullaby’s, to walking the floor with her as a baby and singing James Taylor songs. She was blessed to look just like her mother but with her father’s incredible sense of humor and sharp wit. She is also writing this. I love you more dad.
Then in 1979, Harold became the proud father of a s

Mary Ratty

June 2, 2021

Our deepest sympathy for your loss.

Bonnie Brumbaugh

June 2, 2021

I'm so sorry to hear of Harold's passing. I will always remember his smile. He was a good man and a great friend.

Beth Thompson

June 2, 2021

Sorry for your loss. May God help you and your family. Sending thoughts and prayers.

Loretta Ciantar

June 1, 2021

My heart is broken for you Mona. Harold was such a genuine, kind person and even though I didn't see you and him a lot I enjoyed the time spent with him. Cherish the memories you made together.
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