Scott Winfield Davis © Cheyenne Star 17 Apr 1975 Submitted by: Wanda Purcell
In memory of Scott Winfield Davis, born August 1, 1934, Reydon, Oklahoma, he passed away April 12th, 1973, in Phoenix, Arizona.
Serives were held Saturday, April 14, 1973, 10:00 a.m. in Memory Lawn Mortuary Chapel. Officiating was Rev. Dan Wingo. Musical selections were The Lord's Prayer, The Beautiful Garden of Prayer and Safe in The Arms of Jesus.
Interment was in the Resthaven Park West Cemetery, Glendale.
He left to mourn his passing, his wife, Julliett; five sons, Richard, Phillip, James Quenton and Justin; and two daughters, Sharon and Letha Davis, of the home address, 3917 West Wilshire St., Phoenix, Arizona 85009.
Scott's brothers and sisters attending were Dessie, Glennie, Lola, Earlene, Carl Gene and Vercia; and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Davis of 2524 S.W. 38th St., Oklahoma City attended the services, and Leon Davis and S. L. Burks.
Scott and Julliett had one grandson, son of Phillip and wife Vickee.
Thanks to all sending flowers and food offering from our Reydon friends. God bless each and all.
Julliett's family present were her mother, Mrs. Tandridge, two brothers and three sisters, Enis and Bill Bert, Joy and Gay.
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