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Wayne  Davis

Wayne Davis

March 11, 1941 - May 21, 2020

Wayne Pappy Davis, 79, of Sigourney, Iowa, passed away on 21 May 2020. He was born to parents Chester and Dorthy Davis, on 11 March 1941 in Sigourney, Iowa. <br /> He graduated from Sigourney High School in 1959. <br /> He started Wayne Davis Trucking and has been an in business in the community for 61 years. <br /> Wayne is survived by Companion Karen Dalbey of Ottumwa IA, Daughter Jody Davis of Nashville TN, Daughter Amy Davis Phoenix AZ, Sister Marilyn Schroeder and Helen Dumont both of Sigourney Iowa. <br /> He was preceded in death by Parents Chester and Dorthy Davis, Brothers Robert, Harold, Harry, Don, Kenny Davis and sister Mary Niece. <br /> Pappy was a devoted companion, father and friend and will be deeply missed by all who knew him. There will be A Celebrating of Life is scheduled for 12-5pm on 5/30 at 707 200th ave Sigourney Iowa 52591. At Pappy's shop please bring your best Pappy Stories.

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    The community has lost a decent and big-hearted individual. Clint regarded Pappy as a big brother. They shared many laughs over the years while fishing, deer hunting, and 'shrooming. Me, I just enjoyed his happy face and the hugs. Our deepest condolences to Jody, Amy, and Karen as well as anyone else whose heart he touched.
    Clint & Sheri Gates May 29, 2020
    we visit Iowa every year to see cousins, we stay with Randy & Julie Tippie. Pappy & Karen always made it point to stop by when were there from Texas. Pappy was such a thoughtful person. Our sincere Condolences to Karen, loved ones & friends. He will be truly missed by so many. RIP Pappy.
    LaLane & Bill May 26, 2020
    I remember a lot please f times I would get home from work and pappy and my guys would all be enjoying a break from farming and I would come up to where they were setting and pappy would always say to me .Hi sweetheart you look tired . He always called me sweetheart .then he would offer me his chair that he had been setting in and we all would continue to visit . I will miss you pappy
    Jill Hale May 26, 2020