Don W. Davis

Covington, GA Mr. Don Wesley Davis, age 63 of Covington, passed away in his home on Saturday, July 18, 2020. Born in Atlanta to the late James and Virginia Davis, Don grew up in Forest Park. Don is survived by his children: Brett & Erin Davis of Bogart and Hope & Kenny Jenkins of Locust Grove and stepchildren: Ambre Hentosz of Douglasville and Branson Daniel of Ocala; 8 grandchildren: Kinsley, Judd, Greyson, Izzy, Maddie, Gabby, Serinity and Kayden; siblings: Rocky & Anita Davis of Jackson and Debbie & Richard Babb of Fayetteville; and many nieces and nephews. Don was preceded in death by his brother Tony Davis.

Don had a love for people, sports and coaching. His life revolved around his family and friends and his greatest joy was being Big Daddy to his grandchildren. Don never met a stranger and made friends everywhere he went. He had the biggest heart that he shared with everyone. A celebration of life will be held at Rock Springs Church in Milner, GA on Saturday, August 1, 2020 at 11:00AM. Haisten Funerals & Cremations, McDonough, GA (770) 914 -8833

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