Lynn Davis, 84, passed away with his loving family surrounding
him, Sunday, May 14, 2017. He was most likely welcomed by
his Mother on Mother’s day, what a wonderful celebration
that must have been! Jack was born November 17, 1932 in
Los Angeles, California to Oliver James Davis and Fonda
Alida Jolley Davis. He was their only child. His parents
loved him very much and made sure he had everything in life
he wanted and needed. Jack graduated from George Washington
High School in Los Angeles, CA. He always had great friends
and relatives around that were like brothers and sisters
to him. Jack was awarded a scholarship to play basketball
for Arizona State University, in Tempe, AZ. Early in the
season at ASU he suffered a severe knee injury. After the
knee operation and recovery, Jack was called to serve in
the U.S. Navy during the Korean War. After his Naval service,
Jack was called to serve as a Missionary for the LDS Church
in the French Mission (France, Switzerland and Belgium)
for 2 ½ years. He loved to tell about the memories
of his mission and speaking French his entire life.
Jack and Barbara met at BYU in the Knight Mangum Hall cafeteria
in 1959 where she wanted to join her roommates in line in
front of Jack. He was very happy to let her get in line
in front of him, but gave her a bit of a teasing about butting
in front of everybody, of course he took the opportunity
to get better acquainted with her, and soon after, they
had their first date. Jack married Barbara Dee Wilkinson
in the Los Angeles Temple on Feb. 27, 1960. Jack served
in student government and many clubs at BYU. Jack graduated
from BYU in 1961. He was and will always be a TRUE BLUE
LIFE LONG BYU COUGAR FAN.
Jack started his career in business as a Computer Programmer
at NCR, in El Segundo, CA., Hughes Aircraft Co., General
Electric in Phoenix, Arizona and later in sales at GE and
International Management with Calcomp and General Automation.
In 1976, Jack and Barbara moved to Alpine, Utah with his
children to take a management position with Beehive International,
but also to give his children a better opportunity to succeed.
Jack was a very successful business man, he created many
businesses that helped the computer industry launch. He
was able to travel all over the world and always loved working
and progressing in all areas of his life.
Jack served in the LDS Church faithfully and was committed
to help in any capacity he was asked, most of all he will
be remembered for his service as a dedicated Home Teachers
and serving with Barbara as temple workers in the Mt. Timpanogos
Temple. Jack had a full and successful life in work, serving
in the Gospel, and leading and guiding his family. Jack
was admired by associates everywhere he went. His strong
values and integrity was noticed by everyone. Jack Davis
will be missed by many many friends and loved ones.
Jack is survived by his beautiful wife Barbara Davis, their
8 children, Scott Davis (Cindy), DeeLyn Kittell, Mike Davis
(Chris), Merrianne Bullock (Geoff), Alison Nelson (Steve),
Kathy Brown (Rob), Jackie Webb (Paul), Holly Strong (Casey),
PLUS 40 Grandchildren, and 14 Great Grandchild with more
on the way. Jack was preceded in death by two grandchildren,
Mae Dee Davis (Granddaughter), Robert Max Brown (Grandson),
His Parents, Oliver James and Fonda Davis, and many ancestors
that he helped with their genealogy work. We will miss you
Dad/Grandpa! We love you! Our Family will be Together Forever!
Funeral services will be held at 11:00 am on Saturday,
May 20, 2017 at the Cedar Hills West LDS Stake Center Chapel,
4580 West Cedar Hills Drive, Cedar Hills, Utah. A viewing
will be held from 9:00 to 10:30 am at the church prior to
services. Interment will be at the Provo City Cemetery.
Was born July 24, 1931 in Richmond Indiana at the home
of James Thurman Reed and Mae Euphemia Holmquist. Catherine had three
younger brothers; Robert Joseph, James Thomas, and Richard Allen Reed.
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