Ervin J. "Jack" Davis - 89

2/24/1929 - 1/31/2019

Oregon, IL


  • Stephanie “Pfoutz” Freeze

    on 02/01/19

    Mary, Jessie, and Sissy,

    I remember growing up at your house with your dad! So many good times! I’m sending my love, hugs and prayers during this time and know that I am thinking of all of you!


    Stephanie “Pfoutz” Freeze


  • Joy Groenhagen

    on 02/01/19

    So sorry, Jesse.  You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.

  • Kathy and Jack Heather

    on 02/01/19

    So very sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. Always enjoyed chatting at The old Ace Hardware with him and Mary. He always asked about my Jack. Nice guy
  • Harry, Lisa & Jacob

    on 02/05/19

    Aunt Mary & Kids,

            Please know that our hearts and prayers are with you all. I’m sure you know that Uncle Jack always enjoyed recalling his version of ‘Cinderella’ to me when I was little. It was the ornery version, of course!  He was quite the character and one of my favorite people.  I will always remember his laugh and the sparkle in his eyes. 

    Love,  Lisa and family xoxo 


  • Sara Martin

    on 02/05/19

    So sad to hear of your great loss. I always enjoyed our banter and talks I had with Jack when he came in for eye appointments at Northwest Eyecare. It was always a pleasure. Please know I care and offer you my most sincere condolences.
    • Jesse

      on 06/03/19

      Thank you for your kind words. I am really sorry this took so long for a thank you. That sounds like my dad 100%! Very kind of you.
  • Cindi Hale Blodgett

    on 02/06/19

    Aunt Mary, Jessie and Sissy,

       Uncle Jack was the last of the Davis children. We saw him at Aunt Ruth's funeral when he and Aunt Adabelle were holding hands throughout her service. How sad his passing has brought an end to that era.

       Bye Uncle Jack! 





  • Jerry Hinrichs

    on 02/09/19

    Jack visited Bob Bechel across street from me.  We would solve all the worlds problems leaning against Bobs car.  We would tease Jack about his pronuciation of the flower peanies.  He would say piney.  Did some woodworking with Jack he was fun to work with.  We actually lived a couple houses south on fifth street and our two boys played together.  Jesse and our son John.  Jack was good man.  Mary and family sorry for your lose.

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