Bill Davis

Bill Davis Obituary


Age - 82


October 8, 2023


Mena, AR

Billy Vernon Davis, Sr. passed peacefully with his loving wife at his side on Thursday, October 5, 2023 in Mena, Arkansas. He was born on Saturday, December 28, 1940 to Milam and Neely Mullins Davis in Mena, Arkansas. Mr. Davis left behind a legacy of love, family, friendship. A man of many talents, he was often referred to as a 'jack of all trades'. He spent several years in the trucking business as a mechanic and supervisor. He was meticulous in the care and upkeep of his vehicles but Billy's legacy is a vibrant lawn mowing business that was the epitome of his dedication to perfection. He

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