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Elmer J. Davis
18 Sep 1962 - 25 Feb 2006
© Palmer Marler Funeral Home
Reprinted with permission

Graveside services for Elmer J. Davis, 43, of Cushing are scheduled for 2 p.m. Wednesday, March 1, 2006 at the Euchee Valley Cemetery with Pastor Stephen Orton officiating.

Services are entrusted to Palmer-Marler Funeral Home, Cushing.

Davis was born Sept. 18, 1962 to Elmer F. and Dorotha Ann (Collins) Davis in Fresno, Calif., and passed from this life Feb. 25, 2006 in Cushing.

He grew up and attended school in Kerman, Calif. He attended the Hope Fellowship Church in Cushing.

His hobbies included collecting teddy bears, and little trinkets. Elmer lived life to the very fullest.

He is survived by: one daughter, Crystal Silva of California; and one sister, June DeShields of Cushing.

He was preceded in death by: his parents; one sister, Anita; and two brothers, Dwain and Billy.

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