Davis, John Micheal


John Micheal Davis of McKinney, Texas, passed away on Tuesday, April 22, 2014. He was 65 years old.

Memorial Service will be held on Sunday, April 27, 2014 at 2:00 p.m. in the Brooks Family Chapel of the North Dallas Funeral Home, 2710 Valley View Lane, Farmers Branch, Texas 75234.

Please send family condolences and sign the guestbook on this website.

6 replies on “Davis, John Micheal”

Eileen Clemenzi Little says:

Our deepest sympathy to the Davis family. Mike was such a big part of our Cooper High School Class of ’67. He will be missed by all.

Bo Pearson says:

Oh how my heart hurts on this occassion for my dear high school buddy and chum. We had so much fun together with a couple other of our running mates; Mike was always upbeat and kept things lively for everyone. My deepest sympathies for his family, special friends and anyone who met Mike. For if you met him, you never forgot him! I’ll always remember how he sounded when we connected a few years ago so long after we graduated from Cooper, and how he talked so much about his look-alike sons. Reminded me of what Jesus said…”if you’ve seen me, you’ve seen the Father. Rest in peace dearest friend….. Bo

Allie and Carolyn Thomas of San Antonio says:

We deeply regret hearing of the passing of Mr. Mike Davis. We will miss him very much. May God bless your family.

Reverend V. Arlen Guidroz and Robbie Guidroz says:

The many wonderful qualities of Mike Davis endeared him to many. He helped people, which is a high calling. Surprise and sadness describe just a little of our feelings over his passing. We appreciate the Davis Family very much. May the hand of Jesus Christ, our loving Lord, embrace you all. When your deepest sorrow is assuaged, you will be able to help others even more because of what you saw in Mike. God bless you.

Tommie & Mary Tutt says:

With deepest Sympathy to the family, You are in our Prayers

Larry Dobbs says:

Mike Davis was one of the nicest guys I ever met. I met Mike in 1969 after I graduated from Cooper – I knew of him as a student my sophmore year but didnt know him> Anyay we shared a couple of acres out by the base for our horses which at the time we were both really into showing and riding them. We had some good times and really found him to be a good friend. He encouraged me to go to tech which Im most grateful. I cant believe this has happened – God Bless You My Friend – See you soon. Larry Dobbs

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