Major Ronald Gene "Ronnie" Davis USAF (Ret)
July 15, 1935  -  January 29, 2017

Major Ronald Gene "Ronnie" Davis USAF (Ret)


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Graveside Service
Elmwood Memorial Park
5750 HWY 277 South
Abilene, TX  79606
Saturday, February 04, 2017
2:00 p.m.
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Elmwood Memorial Park
5750 HWY 277 South
Abilene, TX  79606
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I served in the Air Force.

Ronald "Ronnie" Gene Davis, 81, passed away on January 29, 2017 at Brookdale Parmer Lane in Austin, TX.

Ron was born the son of Jot and Irene (Goddard) Davis on July 5, 1935 in Chelsea Oklahoma. He married Oneta Kaylene "Kay" Davis on May 26, 1955, in Duncan, Oklahoma. He moved to Abilene in 1963 with his family and retired from the U.S. Air Force in 1975. He then worked for Sun Oil (Texas & Pacific Oil) until 1991.
He is preceded in death by his wife, parents, and two siblings; Leslie Davis and Katherine Davis Seal.

Survivors include a daughter; Ronna Kay O'Kane and husband Casey of Round Rock, TX; and sons Randall Davis and wife Teri of Cedar Creek, TX and Mickey Davis and wife Liz, of Austin. He is also survived by seven grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.

Graveside funeral service will be held at 2:00pm on Saturday, February 4, 2017 at Elmwood Memorial Park; 5750 US HWY 277, Abilene, TX.

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  1. Shirley Wolfe DeAtley
    Lubbock, TX

    Ronna
    My mom sent me a copy of your dad's obituary. I think the last time I saw you was in Oregon back in the 70's. Wow, such a long time ago. The thing I remember most about your dad was he would always hang those silver icicles on your Christmas tree one at a time. You always had the prettiest tree. I was sorry to see that your mom passed away also. She was always so nice. We had such fun times in junior high.
    You will be in our prayers tonight.
    Shirley

  2. Alyssa
    Abilene, TX

    I'm so very sorry for your loss. During difficult times the words of Revelations 21:4 have brought me great comfort. I hope these words will bring you comfort too.

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