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Daymon Scott Davis


December 21, 2017


Daymon Scott Davis, 55, of Danville, PA went home to be with his Lord and Savior on Tuesday, December 19, 2017 at Geisinger Medical Center surrounded by his family and friends.  He was born November 1, 1962 in Danville, PA; the son of the late Kenneth F. Davis and June E. Fisher Davis of Danville PA. 

Daymon graduated from Danville Area High School in 1980.  He also attended WTTI Welding School and was certified in Health Physics. 

He served his country in the United States Air Force from 1980-1983. 

Daymon was married for 34 years to Denise E. Olson Davis, the love of his life, whom he married September 17, 1983. 

A career employee for 29 years, he was employed by P,P & L as a welder that included traveling to numerous plants.  His employment there also included teaching in the Nuclear Health Physics Department.  

He was a member of First Baptist Church of Danville where he was the Coordinator of the Wild Game Outreach Dinners. 

Daymon was a member of the Danville Masonic Lodge F & AM, the NRA and the National Wild Turkey Federation.   

An avid outdoorsman, Daymon thoroughly enjoyed hunting and fishing.  He was a national and international turkey call champion.  He loved working on cars, most notably his 1969 Firebird that he recently restored. He was an expert griller and handyman. Daymon was a devoted husband and father. Another passion in his life was mentoring children which included taking Make A Wish Foundation children hunting.  He was an amazing and compassionate man who loved sharing his faith in Jesus Christ which was his source of strength during his life.  His greatest enjoyment in life was spending time with his family whom he adored, as well as his two dogs; Han and Bear and his cat, Calli.

 In addition to his wife and his mother, he is survived by one daughter; Samantha J.  Davis, at home.  He is also survived by one sister, Victoria Krauter and her husband Steve of Milton PA and one brother, Kenneth F. Davis and his wife Teresa of South Carolina.  He is also survived by his nephew Clive Bell and his wife Heather of Danville PA whom he loved like a brother.  He is also survived by his mother-in-law and father-in-law Donald and Helen Olson of Orangeville PA as well as his brothers-in-law; Donald Olson, Jr. of Danville PA and Dale Olson of Orangeville PA.  Also surviving are his nieces and nephews; Sandy McVay and her husband Neil, Jacob Davis and Lauren Davis as well as Shawna Sanders and Brad Olson and his great-nieces and nephews; Colton, Alyssa and Taylor Bell and Brianna and Trey McVay.  Three uncles also survive him; Stan Davis and his wife Ginny, Harold and his wife Mary Ann; both of Danville and Keith and his wife Ann of South Carolina.  

Relatives and friends are invited to attend a Celebration of Daymonís Life to be held

Thursday, December 28, 2017 at 11:00 AM at First Baptist Church 12 Brookside Drive (off 642 E) Danville PA with his friend, Reverend Dawes J. Dunham officiating. Friends will be received from 9:30AM to 10:45 AM. Burial will be in the Odd Fellows Columbarium, Danville, PA.  Military rites will be accorded by the Montour County Veterans Association. 

Memorial contributions may be made to the church.

Arrangements are under the direction of Visneski Funeral Home, Inc. 42 West Mahoning Street Danville PA.  www.visneski.com


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