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Glenn L. Davis

March 19, 1935 - March 25, 2021

Glenn Lambert Davis of Frisco, Texas passed away on March 25, 2021 at the age of 86 from complications of multiple myeloma. He was born on March 19, 1935 to Keith L. and Evelyn (Steinert) Davis in Great Bend, Kansas. 

He is survived by his daughter, Annette Lakota and Richard of Tampa, Florida; son, Alan Davis and Michael Linder of Sherman, Texas; daughter, Glenna Montana and Tom of Frisco, Texas; sister, Carol Davis-Condon of Claremore, Oklahoma; sister-in-law, Malinda Davis and family of Claremore, Oklahoma; sister, Janet Burton and Bill along with family of Beverly, Kansas; extended family, Fred Wilson of Rogers, Arkansas, Marilyn Keller of San Antonio, Texas,  Janis Jilg of Pratt, Kansas, Joe Newton of Russell, Kansas and numerous loving friends.

Glenn was preceded in death by his parents, and brothers, Marvin and Gerald Davis and brother-in-law Steve Condon.

A memorial service will be held at 2:00 p.m., Sunday, April 11, 2021, at Turrentine-Jackson-Morrow Funeral Home Chapel, 2525 Central Expressway North, Allen, Texas. The service will also be live streamed at TJMfuneral.com on Glenn’s obituary page by clicking on the following link: https://celebrationoflife.tv/blog/glenn-lambert-davis. After the service, the recorded live stream will be available for viewing at the same link location.In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Zion’s Hope (Foreign Missions Fund) which was one of the organizations dear to Glenn’s heart.  www.zionshope.org or Zion’s Hope Inc. - P.O. Box 783369 - Winter Garden, FL 34778

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Glenn was my first cousin on his mom's side. I remember the get togethers that we had at my Grandpa & Grandma's house that created memories I will not forget. He was a devoted man to Christ and raised his family the same way. To his family, we are so sorry for your loss and our prayers and thoughts are with you. Carma (Juergensen) Tinkel, April 15, 2021 I am so sorry for your loss. I wish I could have been there with you in person but I was definitely with you there in spirit. I love you guys and hope to see you very soon! Adria Longmire, April 11, 2021 Glenn was my father, and, I was very blessed to have him as my father! He was not only a Godly man, but was a good and kind soul! He taught me the basics to survive my adult life; good morals, a solid faith foundation, a great work ethic, honesty, integrity, always keep your word no matter the cost; and always be on time. These things have assisted in my successful adulthood! He worked many jobs when we were younger to meet our needs and even though times were tough, we never went hungry or without! One great thing that stands out in my mind about him is how he always gave to others, which in turn taught me how to be a giver. Something he and I shared in common was our musical ability; and, during his stint as a Pastor for 2 years, he would lead the song service and I played the piano. Our music ability was God-given and he and I shared that many times! The other thing that I would like to give tribute to him about is that he was instrumental in me finding the truth of God/s Word and having a true personal relationship with Christ; and about that same time, he introduced me to my husband (of almost 28 years now), who is also a minister of the gospel. My father told me many times how proud of me he was that I found a solid foundation in God's Word and that I am able to assist with furthering the gospel and it meant just as much to me every time he told me! I will certainly miss our chats on Sunday afternoon and I have no doubt that he is jumping, shouting, singing and dancing in Heaven and that we will all be reunited some day soon! Annette Lakota, April 11, 2021 Mr. Glenn, I told you I know the way to see you again and I will.Glen you always helped me with the Bible when I had questions that had no answers to. I will miss you physically but mentally you are so near. To Glenna and family may God be with you and letting he is good. Aloha Janes Aloha Janes, April 10, 2021 We are so sorry for your family's loss and will keep you in our prayers, that you might find some peace in wonderful memories. Stephanie and Shawn McDermott, April 9, 2021 I have had the privilege of knowing Glen Davis as a friend and Christian brother for thirty years. We first met in Arlington, TX at a Christian Men’s Fellowship. He has helped me cut firewood several times on my farm near Lake Texoma. He also helped me install a new front door on my home in Arlington. We have maintained contact on the phone throughout the years including when he moved to Florida for several years. When he returned to Texas, he moved into an assisted living retirement home in Commerce. Following hospitalization, he was in rehabilitation and moved to several different residences in the greater Dallas area. He kept me informed of visits to his sister in Claremore, OK. And to visits with his son in Sherman, TX and a daughter in Frisco. He usually had a call from another daughter in Florida each Sunday afternoon. For the last two years I have talked to Glenn by phone nearly every day. I told him that he was my consultant on religion and biblical issues. During this past year of Covid 19 restrictions and the lockdown in his living facility it has been beneficial to both of use to stay connected. I was able to visit him once at the beginning of the year at his room in Plano. He kept me informed of his doctor and dental visits during the year and his quarantines and room changes and his facility’s lockdown during the pandemic. I sure that he appreciated the many phone calls to break the monotony and loneliness of being cooped up so long. We will miss you Glenn but we also know that you are now free from the pain that you were going through the last year. We look forward to the reunion and fellowship we will experience in Heaven together in the future with the each other, friends, relatives, angels, and Christ Himself. My brother-in-Christ, we will meet again by the crystal river that flows from the throne of God.
Stanley, April 8, 2021 Please except our heartfelt condolences for your loss. May good memories which bring laughter and love sustain you through this difficult time. Gail Mead and George West, April 8, 2021