Marshall “Dick” Davis

Marshall “Dick” Davis

Dick passed away March 17, 2015 at his home in Allegan.

He was born February 19, 1946 in Allegan, the son of Basil and Lillian (Gleason) Davis. Dick served his country in the US Army during Vietnam. For many years he worked in maintenance at Birds Eye until his retirement in 2006. In his spare time Dick enjoyed fishing, hunting, bowling, playing pool and working on cars. On January 17, 1970 in Paw Paw he married Patricia Cubitt who survives.

Also surviving are his daughter, Stephanie (Nicholas) Edwards; his grandchildren, Nikole and Johnathan Edwards; his brother, Bob Davis, along with several nieces, nephews and cousins.

He was preceded in death by his parents and by his brother, Carl Davis.

Cremation has taken place.

Friends may visit with Dick’s family Saturday, April 11, 2015 starting at 9:00 A.M. until the time of the Memorial Service at 12:00 at the Calvary Community Church in Plainwell.

Contributions in memory of Dick may be made to his family to help with expenses.

Messages of condolence may be posted atĀ www.WinkelFuneralHome.com

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  1. Stella Waller says:

    To all of Dick’s family, my thoughts and prayers are with all of you as you go through this difficult time. Your family has been in my prayers for a long time. May you find the comfort in God’s love that only he can give!

  2. Robert and Nona Mathews says:

    Thoughts and Prayers go out to the family. Dick will be missed by all. Patty, we are so sorry for your loss. We all had so much fun together at the lake. Miss you and will be thinking of you in this trying time. Love, Bob and Nona

  3. Janene Fitzpatrick says:

    Patty & children, My thoughts and prayers are with each of you.
    Please accept my condolences. Know now that Dick is with our Lord and Savior and free of pain. Love & Hugs, Janene

  4. Frank and Nola says:

    Sorry to hear of Dick passing. He was such a nice person. Prayer’s for all of the Davis family.

  5. Stan and Sandy Janulewicz says:

    My heart aches for Pat and Stephanie as they deal with the death of the man they both loved more than life itself.
    We met Dick and Pat in the summer of 1977 and instantly bonded and became lifelong friends. We were actually more like family than friends. We did so many fun things together throughout the years. We fished a lot and I will never forget the time Dick got the fish hook stuck in his head. It was scary but we laughed ourselves to tears afterwards. We had many, many other great times together. We will miss Dick so very much. He and I had a special “brother/sister like relationship, as did Pat and I. She and Stan are like brother and sister too. This world has lost a one-of-a-kind man, who will surely light up heaven when he gets there.
    Love and kindness. We love you Pat
    Sandy and Stan

  6. Lin Cubitt Gray says:

    I’m so saddened to hear of Uncle Dick ‘ s passing. He was a fun man. He adored Aunt Patty and Stephanie and I’m sure his grandchildren. His heart and love will endure with them. Peace, comfort and blessings to you at this changing time. Love to all, Lin

  7. Maryjo Reynolds says:

    Stephanie, My deepest sympathy to you and your family. I know how hard it is to lose your Dad, but know that he will always be with you, in your heart !! Keep the good memories alive !!

  8. Pat Davis says:

    I would like to thank each and everyone of you, he loved all of you and had great times fishing, hunting, playing pool, bowling and much much more, God Bless All Of You, and Thank’s so much for giving him and I peace and glory to God, May God be with all of us during this time. love Pat or Aunt Patty love to all of you.

  9. Linda (Tuffelmire) Muenzer says:

    To Bob and his family:
    Sorry to hear of Dick’s passing. Our knowing each other goes back a few years to grade school. When ever Dick saw me we would have a short visit. Prayers to all the family.

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