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Jose Angel Davis Obituary

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Jose Angel Davis

South Houston, Texas

September 9, 1955 - October 21, 2023

Jose Angel Davis Obituary

Jose "Papo"Angel Davis, peacefully took his place as our Lord's angel on October 21st, 2023, beside his loving wife.


Jose, was a military veteran, who served in our U.S. armed forces from August 20th, 1979 - September 10th, 1990. 


He is survived by the love of his life, his spouse of 46 years, Martha Davis, two sons, Jorge Davis (Lu) and Wayne Davis, one daughter Macy Davis, (13) grandchildren: Lucianna Ania Davis, Joshua Davis, Liliana Davis (Jorge and Lu), Jabari Davis, Adam Davis, Jasmin "Goldy" Davis, Jesenia "Nena" Davis, Jaheem "Bebo" Davis, Wayne "Goldo" Davis Jr., Jaylee "Poochie" Davis, Jayne "Munchkin" Davis (Wayne Davis), Angeliz Cirilo, Messiah Cirilo (Macy Davis). (1) Great grandchild, Malcolm White. (1) Sister, Dale Davis Figueroa (Jesus "Tommy"), (1) brother, Edwin "Eddy" Davis, and numerous nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, and cousins. 


Jose Davis is preceded in death by his mother, Damacina Davis Crisostomo, his father, Jorge Camacho Davis, and his brothers, Wayne Davis and Kelvin Davis.


A Poem for Dad:


I'm just sitting here thinking about what, why, and how much you mean to me,

Remembering all the things you've done for my sister, my brother, my mother, and me.

You've been there for us from the start.

Knowing what to say to keep us from falling apart.

We were never the richest or the most privileged on the blocks.

But we were filthy rich in our hearts knowing that the true value of wealth was always actually love, care and understanding with no locks.

Taking everything that comes your way whether, hurting, in pain, or having the means whether good or bad.

You're not only our father, you are always our rock.

I can't count high enough on my hands when or every time you've gone out your way to ensure our well being.

Even after a long, late day at work, no matter the time nor the hour, we waited patiently, looking out the window for you to be home just saying... To see your face, with a big smile, or to hear your voice, oh how it still resounds.

We know now what we always knew, that you were the strength in all our weaknesses and you showed this in every waking hour of your days.

When we needed encouragement, you were the first to give it.

When we had a problem, you always had the best advice to fix it.

From cleaning a home, to clearing our yard, to working on vehicles to taking care of women/men as a partner should.

You kept us up to par on the values, virtues and understanding of growing into adulthood.

I could sit here and say, "Thank you," " I'm Grateful for you," "I Love you" from now till I die, but it wouldn't be enough.

I can only wish that if we were to endure the pain and suffering that you did, that we would or could be as tough.

I can also and always say that I care about you unconditionally, yesterday, today, tomorrow and to infinity.

But the truth is that the only person that can notarize these words and confirm the validity of our hearts and minds is God, for all eternity.


We will forever love you Dad.

We will all miss you in this imperfect world

But we know that you deserve to be at peace alone

With these words, we leave all else in God's hands to lay you to rest in the most comfortable castle, HEAVEN!!!!




To share a memory or send a condolence gift, please visit the Official Obituary of Jose Angel Davis hosted by Carnes Funeral Home.

Jose "Papo"Angel Davis, peacefully took his place as our Lord's angel on October 21st, 2023, beside his loving wife.


Jose, was a military veteran, who served in our U.S. armed forces from August 20th, 1979 - September 10th, 1990. 


He is survived by the love of his life, his spouse of 46 years, Martha Davis, two sons, Jorge Davis (Lu) and Wayne Davis, one daughter Macy Davis, (13) grandchildren: Lucianna Ania Davis, Joshua Davis, Liliana Davis (Jorge and Lu), Jabari Davis, Adam Davis, Jasmin "Goldy" Davis, Jesenia "Nena" Davis, Jaheem "Bebo" Davis, Wayne "Goldo" Davis Jr., Jaylee "Poochie" Davis, Jayne "Munchkin" Davis (Wayne Davis), Angeliz Cirilo, Messiah Cirilo (Macy Davis). (1) Great grandchild, Malcolm White. (1) Sister, Dale Davis Figueroa (Jesus "Tommy"), (1) brother, Edwin "Eddy" Davis, and numerous nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, and cousins. 


Jose Davis is preceded in death by his mother, Damacina Davis Crisostomo, his father, Jorge Camacho Davis, and his brothers, Wayne Davis and Kelvin Davis.


A Poem for Dad:


I'm just sitting here thinking about what, why, and how much you mean to me,

Remembering all the things you've done for my sister, my brother, my mother, and me.

You've been there for us from the start.

Knowing what to say to keep us from falling apart.

We were never the richest or the most privileged on the blocks.

But we were filthy rich in our hearts knowing that the true value of wealth was always actually love, care and understanding with no locks.

Taking everything that comes your way whether, hurting, in pain, or having the means whether good or bad.

You're not only our father, you are always our rock.

I can't count high enough on my hands when or every time you've gone out your way to ensure our well being.

Even after a long, late day at work, no matter the time nor the hour, we waited patiently, looking out the window for you to be home just saying... To see your face, with a big smile, or to hear your voice, oh how it still resounds.

We know now what we always knew, that you were the strength in all our weaknesses and you showed this in every waking hour of your days.

When we needed encouragement, you were the first to give it.

When we had a problem, you always had the best advice to fix it.

From cleaning a home, to clearing our yard, to working on vehicles to taking care of women/men as a partner should.

You kept us up to par on the values, virtues and understanding of growing into adulthood.

I could sit here and say, "Thank you," " I'm Grateful for you," "I Love you" from now till I die, but it wouldn't be enough.

I can only wish that if we were to endure the pain and suffering that you did, that we would or could be as tough.

I can also and always say that I care about you unconditionally, yesterday, today, tomorrow and to infinity.

But the truth is that the only person that can notarize these words and confirm the validity of our hearts and minds is God, for all eternity.


We will forever love you Dad.

We will all miss you in this imperfect world

But we know that you deserve to be at peace alone

With these words, we leave all else in God's hands to lay you to rest in the most comfortable castle, HEAVEN!!!!




To share a memory or send a condolence gift, please visit the Official Obituary of Jose Angel Davis hosted by Carnes Funeral Home.

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