John Davis Death – The death of John Davis was announced to the public by Whit Davis Lumber Plus today, June 18, 2023. Davis spent years serving in the capacity of Chief Executive Officer at Whit Davis Lumber Plus. The company was established by his father, Whit Davis and mother, Miriam in 1953. He passed away after battling cancer for a long period of time. The family members and the Whit Davis Lumber Plus ,mourn the death of their beloved Chief Executive Officer.
Who was John Davis?
John was a man of integrity, which is just one of the many qualities that made him such a terrific person and well-respected leader. He guided Whit Davis Lumber Company to where it is now, bringing it to where it is now. Even in his last days, John spoke of the blessings that God had given him and was aware of his eternal home. He passed away on father’s day with his family members surrounding him during his last moments.
For more than 58 years, John was married to Sue, the woman who was the love of his life. They were blessed with three children: Stacey, Dan, and Paul. The two of them made an excellent pair and were rewarded with three children. Oh, how he adored his wife and children, but those grandchildren and great-grandchildren held a very special place in his heart.
About Whit Davis Lumber Plus
In 1953, Whit Davis and his wife, Miriam, established Whit Davis Lumber Plus in Jacksonville, Arkansas. It is a business that is still owned and operated by the Davis family. Since its inception, the company has firmly established itself as a frontrunner in the Central Arkansas market for supplying customers and contractors with high-quality supplies for home repair and construction projects. In 1953, Whit Davis and his wife Miriam contributed a sum of money equal to $25,000 toward the acquisition of the assets of a modest company known as Oliver Lumber Company.
After that, they changed the company’s name to the Whit Davis Lumber Company, and during those early days, the only other adult employees in addition to Whit were Miriam, who was in charge of keeping the finances, and the yard-man/truck driver. In 1953, while he was in the sixth grade, current CEO John A. Davis-III had only 15 minutes to get to work after school. At the time, he was the company’s president.
John Davis obituary and funeral arrangements will be released by family members
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