Ray Lee Davis (March 6, 1946 – November 24, 2019)

Owned retail carpet business, was U.S. Navy veteran

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Ray Lee Davis

Ray Lee Davis, owner of Davis Carpet in Yukon, died unexpectedly on Sunday, November 24, 2019, at the age of 73. Ray is survived by his wife, Debbie Davis; her son, Raymond Hill and his girlfriend, Tawnya Conrad; Ray’s daughter, Candace Schwarz and husband Jim; their son, Evan and daughter, Riley Schwarz; Ray’s daughter, Carey Vincent and husband Mike; their two sons, Chase and Brady Vincent; Ray’s sister, Betty Holsonbake and husband Dale; their two daughters, Shanda Scott and Kim Bercier and husband Cub, and their two sons, Trech and Glen Allen Holsonbake; Ray’s brother, Doy Davis and wife Shirley; their daughter, Kasey Moser and husband Erick; their sons, Bart Davis and Barret Davis and wife Daesha. Ray is happily walking with his savior Jesus as he is reunited with his parents, Lee and Ellen Davis, and grandparents, Evert and Naomi Davis, which preceded him in death.

Ray was born in Oklahoma City, OK on March 6, 1946. He attended Putnam City Schools. He volunteered for the US Navy serving from December 1964-1968. In 1969, Ray’s father believed in him so much that he gave him all the money he had, which was $1,000, for Ray to start his carpet business. Ray grew it into a very successful business and just reached his 50th anniversary in business this month. Ray lived life to the fullest and was passionate about everything he did. He loved the morning coffee shop with friends, collecting guns, riding motorcycles, watching the stock market, and talking about the Bible. More than anything, he loved being with his friends and family. He loved to joke with the grandkids, pick on the great-nieces and nephews, and they loved him for it. Ray was a rock in the family and has blessed us with a legacy for which we are truly grateful.

A private family graveside service was held at the Yukon Cemetery, followed by a Celebration of Life service on Monday, December 2nd at Trinity Baptist Church, 620 N. Cemetery Rd., Yukon, OK.

Memorial donations may be made to the Dale K. Graham Veterans Foundation, https://dalekgrahamveteransfoundation.org/financial-donations/.

Online condolences may be signed at www.yandafuneral.com. Arrangements are under the direction of Yanda & Son Funeral Home and Cremation Services, Yukon, OK.