Live Stream will be available at on our facebook page\n\nWith a heart full of love and a spirit that radiated joy, George Loyd Davis lived a life that was as vibrant as his personality. Born on April 28, 1930, in Atkins, AR, George's journey of 93 years was a testament to his funny, humble, loving, and generous nature. He was a beacon of light and laughter in the lives of all who knew him, a man who cherished his family and served his community with unwavering dedication.\n\nA loving husband to Donna Davis, whom he married on September 8, 1956, George was a pillar of strength and a source of endless humor for his family. His daughters Rhonda (Bill) Cain and Anita (Frank) Gray, and his grandchildren and great-grandchildren were the apple of his eye. George was a doting grandfather and great-grandfather who relished every moment spent with his family. He enjoyed coon hunting in his younger days with his good friend James Rodgers, and later found pleasure in raising Black Angus cattle. But nothing brought George more joy than watching his grandchildren play sports.\n\nA faithful member of the Pine Ridge Freewill Baptist Church, George served as an ordained Deacon, setting an admirable example of what it meant to be a Godly man. His devotion to his faith was a shining light for his children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren, teaching them the importance of following God. He was a humble man, always ready to lend a helping hand to anyone in need. As Proverbs 19:17 says, "Whoever is generous to the poor lends to the Lord, and He will repay him for his deed." George lived this verse every day, touching countless lives with his generosity.\n\nGeorge was preceded in death by his parents, James (Anthony) and Mamie Davis, his sister, Lora Beth Holdeman, brother James Davis, and great-grandchild, Brittany Meyers. He leaves behind a legacy of love and laughter, which will continue to live on through his wife, Donna Davis; his daughters, Rhonda Cain and Anita Gray; his sons-in-law, Bill Cain and Frank Gray; his grandchildren, Taylor Cain (Callie), Parker Gray (Carlee), and Kaci (Mike) Evans; his great-grandchildren, Alayna, Callen, Brantley, Ramsey, Abby, Lilly, Luke, Audry, Rosaria; and great-great-grandchild, Noelle.\n\nWe invite family and friends to share their memories and upload photos of George on his memorial page. His life was a beautiful journey, filled with laughter, generosity, and love, and we would be honored to remember and celebrate him with you.