The next day John saw Jesus coming toward him and said, “Look, the Lamb of God, who takes away the sin of the world!
Thomas Elbert “Tommy” Davis, Jr.
December 16, 1942 – April 1, 2023
Thomas (Tommy) Elbert Davis, Jr., a resident of Amite, Louisiana, passed away April 1st, 2023 at Spicewood Cottages Memory Care Facility in Waynesville, North Carolina at the age of 80. Tommy was born December 16, 1942 in New Orleans, Louisiana. He is survived by two sons, Thomas Scott Davis and wife, DeeDee, and Steven Lee Davis and wife, Rebecca, grandchildren Harley Davis, Christine Davis, Kelsey Davis Kent and husband Thomas, Briley Davis, Solie Davis, Thomas Davis, and Levi Davis, great-granddaughter, Ripley Kent, sister, Joyce Annette Davis, and furry friend, Peanut. Preceded in death by wife, Frances Anne McElveen Davis, son, Brian Patrick Davis, and parents, Thomas Elbert Davis, Sr. and Bertha Durnin Davis. Tommy was married to his high school sweetheart, Frances Anne, for 45 years. Together they enjoyed spending time with their family, especially at the Tower Hunting Club. He retired from Koch Gateway Pipeline Company in Montpelier, LA after a 38-year career. In his younger days he was a horseman and enjoyed rodeo competition. He was an avid hunter, an accomplished archer, and a diehard LSU fan. Tommy was always generous with his time, coaching youth baseball and archery through the years. Tommy was a longtime member of Kedron Baptist Church in the Woodland community. Visitation at Kedron Baptist Church from 9:00 am until religious services at 12:00 pm on Friday, April 7, 2023. Services conducted by Brother Jacob Williams and Brother Byron Humphrey. Interment at Roberts Cemetery, Hillsdale, Louisiana. Pallbearers will be Michael McElveen, Donald McElveen, Rusty Jenkins, Keith Bergeron, Marcel Vandenoord, and Frank Campo. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association at alz.org.
I grew up knowing Tommy and Francis Ann. Tommy’s daddy worked with my daddy at the telephone company. Francis Ann went to my church and played the piano until she got married and moved to Tommy’s church. We ran across them periodically in Amite. It’s hard to believe they are both deceased.
Mary Ann Caldarone
Funeral Thursday at McKneely Funeral Home of Hammond
READ the BIBLE TODAY
- April 5
- Acts 9: 1-19
- ” What my friends need most is . . . . “
Pray for people who are trying to decide which church is the best match for them and/or their family.. This can be a difficult choice, but it is always an important choice.
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Countries, like people, can go through very trying (and often dangerous) times. Our people seem to be insecure in philosophy and ways. Pray they learn to lean on God.
Scripture for Prayer Meeting tonight – Romans 10: 1-13
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