Condolence From: Jim Lawrentz, Mansfield, OH
Condolence: We were very sorry to hear of Bruce passing. Our prayers go out to the entire Davis family. The Lawrentz family
Condolence From: Celia Anderson-Transou, Wooster, Ohio
Condolence: To the Davis Family (my family),
How it hurts so much to know that a wonderful and beautiful soul was taken by our great enemy “death.” My heart, love, thoughts and prayers go out to you during this time of need. “Huey” as he Bruce was referred to when we were all young and going fishing, always had a smile on his face and was truly my big brother! Going to miss him but know that we will see all of our loved ones again one day soon and when we do, what a wonderful and joyous time that will be. So until then, take your rest my dear brother, see you again very soon!
Condolence From: Deanna Ralph, Columbus, OH
Condolence: So very sorry for your loss. I am a member of the dementia group, although I have not been on much. My husband has dementia and has for 3 years, he is 83. He has had pneumonia for the past month, now in rehab. The dementia has gotten worse.
I pray that God will strengthen you in the days to come with your new life without your husband and the special care he needed.
Condolence From: Robert Bacon, Washington, DC
Condolence: Dearest Davis Family,
During this difficult time and beyond, please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers. We wish you comfort in the knowledge that he is at peace now, but still always with you. May your sorrow be replaced promptly by happy memories.
We love you,
The Bacon Family
Condolence From: David Larson, Hanover, Maryland
Condolence: My best and dearest friend is now at peace.
Condolence From: Deborah Farris, Rock Hill, South Carolina
Condolence: My heart felt condolences love and prayers to all the families Bruce you will be remembered and memories will be cherished rest in peace beautiful writings of his life and true words
Condolence From: Ivy Amos, Mansfield, Ohio
Condolence: My deepest sympathy to your family. May God keep his loving arms around all of you. Bruce was a very kind and talented person. He will be missed.
Condolence From: Victor Bonds, Pontiac, Michigan
Condolence: Bruce was an exceptional cousin. Throughout our life, a phone call from him made our day even when he would share that he was work and the call would be brief. Certainly, we will miss him because everything that he did to assist our family, his actions were always done above and beyond. Most of all, we ask God to continue to sprinkle his love, strength and kindness toward us at this time.
Sandra Dickerson, Mr. & Mrs. Arthur (Janie) Smith, Victor Andre' Bonds, Mr. & Mrs. Maurice (Tanya) Bonds
Condolence From: Michael Davis, Raeford, North Carolina
Condolence: May the Good Lord comfort you and give you peace during your time of bereavement! No more pain and suffering
Condolence From: Michael Swarn, Mansfield, Ohio
Condolence: To the Davis Family, I can say, you have the blessed Insurance that Bruce is in good Hands. I can hear God say, "enter into My Kingdom, thou good and faithful servant". I would like to offer my condolence to each of the Family Members, to his wonderful wife, children, grand children, relatives and friends. May God give you peace and comfort during this time of transition. In these times of uncertainty we must keep trusting in the Lord, for He is our strength and our provider; He is the Great I AM. May God bless you and keep you all so near to His heart. My salute to my good friend.