ABERDEEN - Cecil Wayne Davis, 76, died Saturday, January 25th at Sanctuary Hospice in Tupelo.  He was born November 26, 1937 in Monroe County to Clarence Davis, Sr. and Mattie Maude Guest Davis. He retired as Oil and Gas Field Specialist for Nason Construction.

   His service will be at 11 a.m., Monday, January 27th in the Tisdale-Lann Memorial Aberdeen Chapel with Rev. Todd Bowen officiating. Burial will be in New Hope Cemetery.

   He leaves three daughters, Charlotte Ann Clark and husband Paul of Hoover, Alabama, Terri Lynn Walls and husband Daniel of Aberdeen and Wanda Lynn West and husband Rickey of Amory; a son, Cecil Wayne Davis, Jr. and wife Lana of Mineral Ridge, Ohio; a sister, Thelma Williams of Adamsville, Alabama; two brothers, Clarence Davis, Jr. (Pete) of Amory and Charles Davis and wife Ruth of Aberdeen; ten grandchildren, Jennifer Self, Billy Earnest and wife, Andrea, Cecil Wayne Davis, III and wife, Ashley, Zachery Davis and wife, Simone, Sidney Davis, Ken Wright and wife Jennifer, Brittany Wright, Russ Walls and wife Haley, Brandi Tims and husband James, and Rick West; 15 great grandchildren.

   He was preceded in death by his parents; his wife, Patricia Davis and a brother, Sidney Davis.

   Pallbearers are Billy Earnest, Ken Wright, Zachery Davis, Sidney Davis, Rick West, Jr., Russ Walls, Noah Earnest, Tyler Self and Paul Self.

   Visitation is 4:00 until 6:00 p.m., Sunday, January 26th at the funeral home. 

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Marlyn Lee
My deepest sympathy to the family.

Jimmy Lee & Anne Lusk
Our thoughts and prayers are with you all in your loss.

Lionel Stegall
Our thoughts and prayers are with you all in your loss.

Linda Kay Odom Smith
 Terrie, Wanda, Bubba, Charlotte, I am so sadden by your loss. I know what a great Daddy he was to you and how much you will miss him. It is so hard to give up your parents. He leaves you with such good memories for you to cherish. Hold on to them. I pray that God gives you peace.
I am so sorry that I can not be there for you in your time of loss but am at home with strep throat and it is too contagious to expose you to it. Terrie, you were there when we lost Mary and you will never know how much that meant to me. If there is anything I can do for you or any of the family please let me know. You are such a sweet heart and I will miss your posts of you and Wayne. May God be with you thru this and every day and ease your grief. I love you, Linda Kay