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Obituary- William Glenn (Bill) Davis

Mr. William Glenn (Bill) Davis, age 63, of Shelbyville and Anniston, Alabama, died Tuesday, May 16, 2006, in an automobile accident in Marshall County, Tennessee.


The family will receive visitors from 4-6 PM Friday, at Feldhaus Memorial Chapel.  Per his request, his remains were cremated.  Memorials may be made to the First United Methodist Church of Anniston, Alabama, or the American Diabetes Association.


He was born December 12, 1942, in Albertville, Alabama, to the late Dr. Joe Mercer Davis, and Jean Singleton Davis.  He was a 1961 graduate of Albertville High School, and a 1965 graduate of Jacksonville State University in accounting. He was a former member of the Kiwanis Club, president of Junior Achievement, and financial director of the Girls Scout Club.  He was a retired Certified Public Accountant, and co-owner of Nan Jay Farms in Shelbyville, engaged in the raising of Tennessee Walking Horses.  He was a member of First United Methodist Church in Anniston, Alabama.


He is survived by his wife of 42+ years, Nancy Woodham Davis, of Shelbyville, and Anniston, Alabama; a son, Bradley Mercer (Whitney) Davis, of Shelbyville; a sister, Jeannie Davis (John) Swart, of Albertville, Alabama; a nephew, Joe B. (Mary Rose) Swart, of New York, New York; a granddaughter, Payton Lyndsay Davis and grandson, Jackson Bradley Davis; grand niece, Dakota Anne Swart.


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