With sincere compassion, we respectfully announce the transition of Mr. John Davis. A native of Prattville, AL, and resident of Hope Hull, AL; Mr. Davis transitioned Thursday, August 11th, 2022. He was 61. A Public Visitation will be held Friday, August 19th, 2022, from 4 to 6PM in the Chapel of J.P.F.S. A Celebration of Life Service will begin at 2PM on Saturday, August 20th, 2022 in the Chapel of J.P.S. Evangelist Vera Huffman is the officiant. A one hour Public Visitation will precede the service.
Mr. John Davis was born to Mr. Tom Davis, and Ms. Annie Bee Jones on February 19th, 1961. John as the second of nine children.
John is preceded in death by both parents, his grandparents; Mr. Andrew & Mrs. Della Robinson, five aunts, three uncles and one sister.
Mr. Davis, or “Big John” as he was affectionately called, joined Poplar Springs Baptist church in Prattville, AL. Later in life, he moved to Hopkinsville, KY where he joined Means Avenue Baptist Church. John later moved back to Alabama and joined the Friendship Baptist Church in Ada, AL under the leadership of Pastor M.L. Boyd.
Mr. John Davis leaves to cherish his memories, a wife: Mrs. Linda W. Davis; daughters: Ruby Davis, Mattie Davis, Yolanda Williams, Sarah (Raymond) Simmons and Keisha Clements; three sons: Marcus Williams, King James Williams and Keyon Williams; three sisters: Vera (Jimmie) Huffman, Mary (John) Davis and Linda (Wilburt) Foster; five brothers; Tom Davis, Robert (Marion) Davis, Gregory Davis, Deacon & Elder Derrick (Sheryl) Davis and Andrew (Shareta) Davis; aunts; Gertrude Bibb and Ernestine Vickers; three sisters-in-law: Jackie Davis, Pearl Webster and Donna Mae Williams; three brothers-in-law, devoted friends: Anthony Harris, Curtis Simmons, Johnnie Mae Jones, Darrell & Leidee Williams, and a host of other relatives, cousins and friends.
Jackson Professional Funeral Services is grateful to the Davis family for entrusting the final care and arrangements of their loved one to our caring and dedicated professionals. We solicit your continued, sincere support, and prayers for his family as they navigate through this experience.