Mark James Davis, 47, passed away December 29, 2007. Survived by his mother, Frances A. Davis; siblings, Kathy (Tony) Bacino, Carla (Gary) Clerkin, Mike (Liz) Davis, Patricia (Wayne) Halligan, Muriel Ann Davis, Mabel (Ross) Reineke, Allan (Robin) Davis, Mary Frances Davis, Linda Lee Davis and Georganna (Pete) Morlan; aunts and uncles, Mary Jo/Don Hallock, Georgia Russell; nieces and nephews, Todd (Amanda) Clerkin, Tracy (Earl) Wolfe, Jewel (Juan) Castro, Michael Davis, Lance Sjodin, Keith Reineke, Amanda Reineke, Mallory Davis, Marissa Davis and Christine Morlan, numerous cousins, and numerous friends in Pueblo and Colorado City, Colo. His father, George Albert Davis; brothers, George Albert Davis, Jr. and Keith Edward Davis, preceded him in death. Mark was born in Boise City, Okla, April 16, 1960, to George and Frances Davis and passed away at Parkview Hospital. Mark served in the U.S. Navy as an electronic technician on two nuclear submarines. Mark worked for 25 years for Clerkin Roofing. Mark's request was to be cremated, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium, with no viewing. His ashes will be scattered in the Greenhorn near the grave of his dog, Savannah, where they often walked and explored together. This is how the Davis family will remember Mark. Memorial service, 10 A.M. Friday, January 4, 2008, at the Montgomery & Steward Chapel. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Kidney Cancer Association through Montgomery & Steward Funeral Directors, 1317 N. Main St., Pueblo, Colo. 81003. Online condolences, MontgomerySteward.com

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  1. Dear Linda,
    I was so very sorry to receive the news about your brother. I can only imagine the pain in your heart and in the hearts of your family members. If you ever need someone to talk to or a shoulder to cry on, I offer you my ear and my shoulder.

    Yours truly,
    Maria Castillo

  2. Dear Linda,
    I just wanted to express my sincere condolences for your loss. Anyone who cherishes the life of his pet gets my deepest respect. It sounds like your brother was a feeling man. Peace and Blessings, Linda Nelson

  3. To Linda and all her family,

    Please know that you have my heartfelt sympathy and prayers during your time of grief. May good memories and the love and sympathy of friends, colleagues and family help you through this difficult time.

    Marilyn Vito

  4. My heartfelt condolences to all who loved Mark. I didn’t know him, but the obituary here gives one an idea of the kind of person he was,and I”ll think of him and Savannah walking together.

    May his good acts live on in the memories of his family and friends.

    Take care,
    Nancy

  5. I learned of Mark’s death in the Plainsman Hearald from Springfield. I am sorry of his death at such a young age. Please accept my sincere sympathy. Carla and I were friends for many years in school and Frances, what a dear soul. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Beverly Hale Winsett

  6. Muriel and family,
    Extending my deep and heartfelt sympathy. I have you in my thoughts and prayers.
    Vicki Ricks

  7. Muriel and Patty and the family of Mark. I am sorry to hear of your loss. Your family is in my prayers.

  8. I knew Mark and Savannah for many years when they lived in Colorado City. I have wonderful memories of Mark, he always had a happy attitude and a great laugh. I remeber his nick name being “Moosehead” because he liked that kind of beer. I remember seeing him drive down the road with Savannah right next to him in his old truck, both happy as can be. His truck broke down one night on I25, it was late and I was headed home from Pueblo with a car load of friends, we stopped and loaded Mark and Savannah in for the ride, it was a great time. I’ll remember Mark fondly. My deepest sympathy to you all.
    Tina (Townsend) Little

  9. Linda and family–my sympathy and prayers are with you at your loss.
    Linda, I wish you a brighter 2008!
    Sincerely, Sandy Bierbrauer

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