Davis, Kenneth R.

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Kenneth Ray Davis of Dallas, passed away July 21, 2012, at the age of 83. He was born July 12, 1929, in Dallas. Kenneth loved Choctaw Casino and horse races, and enjoyed his coffee buddies at McDonald’s. He was nicknamed the “Leather King” from selling exotic leather to book makers.

Kenneth loved his famiy and was a life-long resident of Dallas. He was preceded in death by his wife, Patsy Katherine Davis, in 1995.

Kenneth is survived by his son, Kenneth Ray Davis, Jr. of Lewisville, TX; daugthers, Donna Banks of Dallas, TX, Kellie Isham of Royse City, TX, Karla Davis of Lewisville, TX and Kim Ridings of Flower Mound, TX; sister, Sandra Watson of Argyle, TX; nine grandchildren; and 19 great-grandchildren.

Memorial Service: 11 a.m. on Thursday, July 26, 2012 in the Brooks Family Chapel at North Dallas Funeral Home.

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5 replies on “Davis, Kenneth R.”

Fred J. Young says:

My deepest sympathy, friend from 1940 when the family lived on Merlin St., last seen and talked to at Fleta Hancock’s service. I was her brother-in-law.

PAMELA DAVIS says:

KENNY, DONNA, KARLA, KELLIE, AND KIM,

I AM SO SORRY ABOUT THE LOSS OF KENNETH. I WISH I HAD KNOW BEFOREHAND SO I COULD ATTEND THE FUNERAL. I HAVE FOUND MORE PICTURES THAT I THINK YOU WOULD LIKE TO HAVE. LOVE, PAM

Donna Lowe Cummings says:

Very sorry about the loss of Kenneth. We walked together at the mall sometimes. Bo is my brother-in -law and Kenneth would visit him at his home while I was there. I liked him a lot. Again very sorry.
Donna Cummings

PAM DAVIS says:

DEAR KENNY DONNA KARLA KELLIE KIM AND FAMILY
UNCLE KENNETH..I AM JUST NOW GETTING USE TO THE COMPUTER AGE SO THIS IS NEW TO ME.YOU WILL BE MISSED ESPECIALLY BY MALL WALKERS AND COFFEE SHOP. BUT DADDY LITTLE BO UNCLE LEROY ARE WAITING FOR YOU DADDY BEEN WANTING TO GO TO BOATS AND HORSERACING. MY CHILDHOOD AND ADULTHOOD HAS HAPPY MEMORIES WITH EVERYONE IN THE FAMILY.MY THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS ARE WITH YALL.LOVE ALWAYS PAM

Patty Tenorio says:

My Deepest Sympanthy to the Davis Family. I was so sorry to hear about your Dad. It’s been many years since I’ve seen you all or him. Lots of fond memories growing up on Klondike.

I will keep you all in my prayers.

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