February 07, 1962- November, 26, 2018
It is with great sadness that Joseph Waymon Davis II’s family announces that he passed on November 26, 2018 at the age of 56 after a valiant fight with cancer. Born in Live Oak on February 7, 1962, Joe was a life-long resident of High Springs and he proudly served our nation in the United States Army. Joe’s legacy will carry on in the hearts of the those in the community that he served through his dedication to his work as a Plumbing HVAC contractor. He will be forever remembered as a tremendously loving husband, father, gramps, uncle, brother, and son—a family man who had a zeal for life, who even after his diagnosis continued his passions of hunting and barefoot water skiing. His passing represents a great void in the lives of those who knew him; his generosity, kindness, and selflessness had a deep impact on his large extended family and his many friends. May he be an example to all on a life well-lived, and may his tenacious spirit continue to dwell in our hearts. Joe is preceded in death by his father, Joseph “Waymon” Davis. He leaves behind many that love him, including his mother Violet Stalnaker; wife Tammy Davis; children Lauren Gray, Lindsay Agnew, Joey Davis, and Jaret Davis; siblings Louanne Bussey and Donnie Davis; many nieces and nephews whom he loved as his own; and grandchildren Tessa, Elias, Mika, and Zen. There will be a blood drive before and after the service to give back since Joe received blood during his battle with cancer. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to Joey’s Wings to fund kidney cancer research at www.joeywings.org.