The Funeral Service for the late Mr Kevin John Davis of Busselton will be held in the BUSSELTON Cemetery at 1.30pm FRIDAY (29.01.2021).
Kevin's wish was that everyone wear "Ford" gear or at least blue and white clothing.
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Fond memories of Uncle Kevin. Our visits to Busselton and Family Boxing Day were always more fun with his dry sense of humour and endless generosity. He will be remembered with a smile and sadly missed by Alec, Joan, Suzanne and Scott Romasz. Sending love to Paul and Sandi and Families x x
Dear Sandy, Paul and families, how lucky you are to have had such an amazing man in your family that you must be so proud to call Dad. Everyone’s friend, would help anyone with his kind and caring nature... and that unique, quick witted humour still gives me the giggles. A truly special friend to my darling Dad Adrian, who was affectionately known as Al Copone. Pretty sure Dad will be waiting for you with a coldy, and your darling Liz will be waiting for you for a dance,.. rest peacefully darling man xxxx Gary, Debbie and Tracy Kaeding xxxx
Thank you for being you - for your wit, jokes...and chats
Will be greatly missed by everyone
You made laugh
Sad to hear of the passing of Kevin. Our sincere condolences to Paul and Sandi.
Kevin did our family many favours, from finding good quality cars and helping with family business.
A great friend to John and Jan and a wit like no other.
Kevin lived, as a youngster, with his Mother who ran “Whisson’s Store” in Busselton, opposite the caravan park and main gates of Churchill Park.
Kevin was three years older than me and I can remember Kevin, riding his tredley, past our house in Harris Road, towing behind him a rotary lawn mower that he used to mow people’s lawns for his pocket money.
He was a hard worker as a kid, and then had a good career in the motor business, where I saw him regularly, as he attended the trade auctions in Perth.
God bless him and his family on his final trip.
Remembering Kevin for always taking the time to say hello after my head injury, therefore helping me to remind me of people I knew before my car prang and people like Kevin helped to get me back to the reasonably good life I had. Deepest and heartfelt sympathy to Paul and Sandi and families on the loss of your Dad.
DAVIS (KEVIN JOHN)
21.9.1946 - 21.1.2021 We sat beside your bedside,
Our hearts were crushed and sore;
We did our duty to the end,
Till we could do no more.
In tears we watched you sinking,
We watched you fade away;
And though our hearts were breaking,
We knew you could not stay.
You left behind some aching hearts,
That loved you most sincere;
We never shall and never will,
Forget you father dear.
Much loved father of Paul and Sandi.
DAVIS (Kevin John):
Dad you have been a wonderful father, father-in-law and poppy. You encouraged and taught us to be kind and considerate human beings. Your quick wit and desire to provide the best life for your family will never be forgotten. Your generosity and willingness to help others will also be remembered. Please say hi to Mum/Ma and Aunty Marn for us.
Paul, Renae, Monique, Alex and James.
DAVIS (Kevin John):
A golden heart stopped beating,
Hard working hands at rest,
It broke our hearts to see you go,
God only takes the best.
Now you are peacefully sleeping,
Away from all your pain,
But the love in our hearts will always remain.
You'll always be remembered,
For your constant jokes and humorous wit,
Your love for Fords, beer and bourbon,
And your grandkids you loved to bits.
Forever in our hearts you will always stay,
Loved and remembered every single day.
Much loved father of Sandi, father-in-law of Luke, and Poppy of Elli, Emily and Adam.
Farewell old mate, Broome will not be the same without you. Condolences to Big Kev's family on the loss of an unforgettable character. Rest in Peace. From your mates at Cable Beach Caravan Park.
See ya Kev, fond memories and fun times at Augusta. Pilky.
Deepest sympathy to Paul, Sandy and Family on their sad loss. Kevin's humour and wit will be sorely missed. From Management, Staff and Guests at CBCP Broome. Rest In Peace
It's sad to say goodbye to my long time friend and former business partner. Many roads travelled over the years together. You were a legend in the motor industry and a genuine sincere person, well respected by everyone. You came to me to say goodbye and then passed peacefully. You did it your way. Goodbye my friend. Sympathy to Paul, Sandy and family. Barry and Kaye Rewell and family.